Office Properties Sample Clauses

Office Properties. The term “Office Properties” shall have the meaning given to such term in Section 3.6(a) hereof.
Office Properties. Landlord's Remittance Address set forth in the Basic Lease Information Section of the Lease is hereby deleted and replaced with the following: EOP - MARINA BUSINESS CENTER, L.L.C., P.O. BOX 60077, DEPARTMENT 12282, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90060-0077. Further, Tenant's Billing Address set forth in the Basic Lease Information Section of the Lease is hereby deleted and replaced with the following: CancerVax Corporation, 5931 Darwin Court, Carlsbad, California 92008, Attention: Accounts Payable.
Office Properties. Collectively, the Properties improved primarily with office Improvements, which Office Properties as of the Closing Date are identified as such on Schedule II.
Office Properties. We may acquire and develop office properties for rental operations. In each case, these office properties must meet our investment objectives and may include low-rise, mid-rise and high-rise office buildings and office parks in urban and suburban locations, especially those that are in or near central business districts or have access to transportation. Specifically, we may acquire office properties that may benefit from enhancement or repositioning and development assets. We may purchase any type of office property, including properties that require capital improvement or lease-up to enhance shareholder returns. Location, condition, design and amenities are key characteristics for office properties. We focus on major metropolitan areas and other markets and submarkets that are poised for high growth potential.The terms and conditions of any office lease that we enter into with our tenants may vary substantially; however, we expect that a majority of our leases will continue to be standardized leases customarily used between landlords and tenants for the specific type and use of the property in the geographic area where the property is located. All prospective tenants for our office properties are required to submit a credit application.Retail Properties. We may acquire and develop retail properties for rental operations. In each case, these retail properties must meet our investment objectives and may include malls, power centers, strip centers, urban retail, and single tenant properties with credit or non-credit tenants. Specifically, we may acquire retail properties that may benefit from enhancement or repositioning and development assets. We may purchase any type of retail property, including properties that require capital improvement or lease-up to enhance shareholder returns. Location, condition, design and amenities are key characteristics for retail properties. We focus on major metropolitan areas and other markets and submarkets that are poised for high growth potential.The terms and conditions of any retail lease that we enter into with our tenants may vary substantially; however, we expect that a majority of our leases will continue to be standardized leases customarily used between landlords and tenants for the specific type and use of the property in the geographic area where the property is located. All prospective tenants for our retail properties are required to submit a credit application.Industrial Properties. We may acquire and develop ...

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