Bicycle Rack Sample Clauses

Bicycle Rack. The City will install one (1) bicycle rack (Class 2) for 10 bicycles at 2180 Xxxxxx, and a second Class 2 rack if demand warrants it.
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Bicycle Rack. The Applicant, prior to issuance of an Occupancy Permit, shall be required to install an on-site rack/facility to support bicycle use. The City Code Enforcement Officer, pursuant to this Condition, is authorized to approve the final location of the bicycle rack.
Bicycle Rack. Tenant shall cause its employees, subtenants, licensees, invitees and guests to store their bicycles on the bicycle rack currently located outside the Building adjacent to the loading dock by the Washington Street side of the Building. Landlord agrees to repair, replace and maintain such bicycle rack (or another bicycle rack in another location on the Real Property) during the Term in a manner comparable with other First Class Office Buildings.
Bicycle Rack. Landlord agrees to maintain, or to cause to be maintained, a bicycle rack or racks, on the land upon which the Project is located or within the Building, which the occupants of the Project shall be permitted to use. As of the date of this Lease, bicycle racks are located as shown on Exhibit AA. Landlord shall have the right to change the location of any bicycle rack from time to time during the Term.

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