Retail, Restaurant, and Entertainment Leasing

Leases in these industries entail particular complications due to locality-specific regulatory issues and the remodeling and installation the leasing party may require (for instance, for restaurant seating and kitchens), which in turn necessitates longer lease terms and earlier notice to vacate.

Agreements often include sizable initial deposits and negotiated yearly rent increases. Our team is prepared to assist you through these complexities.

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Our Skilled Attorneys Have Negotiation Experience

The attorneys at our firm are expert at negotiating and drafting business leases. We will work with you to determine the best course of action for your specific situation, whether that means getting a better price on your monthly payment or being able to hold off on committing to a specific lease duration until after opening, so you don’t end up stuck in a location or space that isn’t right for you!

We Understand the Unique Issues Involved in Commercial Real Estate

When you’re looking to lease your commercial property, remember that these agreements are drastically different from other types of commercial leases.

You’ll need an alcoholic beverage control license and various permits- our attorneys will provide you with the necessary expertise and service to navigate these issues.

Landlord/Tenant Disputes

Even when a lease for a retail space, restaurant, or entertainment venue is drafted properly, there is always the potential for a future dispute.

Our attorneys know how to resolve these issues quickly and to our clients’ benefit.