03 Nov What You Need to Know About Commercial Building Improvements
What You Need to Know About Commercial Building Improvements
If you are thinking of leasing a commercial building for your small business, there are a few things you should know about building improvements.
Commercial building improvements are changes made to existing building and typically done by the landlord unless otherwise negotiated in the terms of your lease agreement. These improvements are done to benefit the tenant and the commercial space. Improvements can include flooring, wall coverings or paint, updated bathrooms or kitchens, new ceilings, replacing air conditioning units, private cubicles, and any other interior items found in a commercial building, office space, restaurant, or industrial building.
The cost of commercial building improvements will be negotiated between the landlord and the tenant, and you will find them will be spelled out in detail, in your lease agreement. However, depending on the landlord and the terms in your lease, you may be able to renegotiate these costs or receive a reduction in monthly rent costs, if it means you will be renewing your lease agreement. But this is a conversation you will want to have with your landlord, if your commercial property needs tenant improvement.
Although the costs are negotiated, the tenant typically has a say in who is hired and what is done for building improvements. Improvements can run between $5.00 and $15.00 per square foot, but the final cost will depend on how the work that is being done, what is being updated and the materials selected.
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