Op/Ed by Michael Bull and Bob Kane
If you are leasing restaurant space, you know the importance of your location and the lease. While there always were many factors to consider, leasing has become more complicated in today’s economy. For instance, during the go-go days many tenants did not consider the possibility their landlords might be foreclosed on — and now some restaurateurs are learning the hard way what the impacts of that can be. Here are some key issues restaurant tenants should consider when leasing ...
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