JAMES GUERRERO ARCHITECTS, INC
To rent out an office for your buisiness is a common practice, but perhaps even more common is that there's one particular aspect that isn't quite suited to your professional needs. Perhaps it's a lone office on a floor that you want to be an open floorplan, perhaps it's an open floorplan orn a design where you need separated offices and conference rooms. Regardless, tenant improvements can be the best way to deal with these challenges, especially when your office is perfect in every other regard.
The real estate definition of Leasehold improvements, also known as tenant improvements (TI), are the customized alterations a building owner makes to rental space as part of a lease agreement, in order to configure the space for the needs of that particular tenant. "
Tenant Improvements can require a good deal of negotiation between the owners and the tenants in terms of cost and payment, but both benefit from the resulting situation: the owner creates a space where a tenant can stay for a long period of time, the tenant gets the workspace that they need in order to remain a successful local firm.