New York City is a fascinating and dynamic retail market. It is also one of the most competitive and challenging markets, requiring a careful and methodical approach to leasing to avoid potential commercial and legal pitfalls that can be costly to tenants.
In this podcast, Frank Cerza and Cristina Meng, attorneys in Pepper's New York office and members of the Real Estate Practice Group, discuss some commercial and legal considerations retailers should address at the outset of their negotiations to ensure that they obtain a lease that is comprehensive and properly protects their interests.
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