Working With Anchor Tenants In Shopping Center Leases
Major shopping centers usually have one or more large anchor tenants to help attract customers into the center. These tenants are extremely important to the long-term financial health of the shopping center. Anchor tenants have very specific concerns and expectations about the operation of the shopping centers they select, and often these specific concerns and expectations are discussed in great detail before the company signs any agreements with the developers of the shopping center.
At Corfield Feld LLP, we help anchor tenants with all issues related to shopping center leases. Our professional team has handled countless simple and complex leasing issues for large businesses. We understand the unique concerns of anchor tenants, and we are committed to helping you protect your interests at every step of the process.
Practical Solutions To Complicated Leasing Issues
We are a results-focused law firm. Our attorneys will meet with you and get a clear picture of your specific goals. Whether you are negotiating a new lease or need to modify an existing lease, our lawyers will help you obtain the terms you want.
Our practice includes helping anchor tenants:
- Work with the anchor tenant form lease to meet the needs of a specific transaction
- Review the underlying documents (CC&Rs, Use Restrictions, etc.)
- Enforce the rights and obligations under current leases, including concerns involving the maintenance and pass through charges of common areas at the shopping center
- Litigate leasing disputes that arise during the course of business
We have represented many large corporations and Fortune 500 companies in matters involving shopping center leasing issues. Our attorneys understand how important it is for you to find answers to your problems as quickly as possible.
We review your entire situation to determine the options that you have available to you. We provide you with practical advice that helps you make a decision that is in the company’s best interests. As experienced litigators, we are not afraid to take your case to trial if necessary to protect the future of your company.
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If you need help with an issue related to your shopping center lease, please call one of our lawyers at 949-444-5306 or send us an email. From our office in San Juan Capistrano, we represent clients throughout Southern California.