Pantry Sample Clauses

Pantry. Landlord shall not unreasonably withhold, condition or delay Landlord’s approval of an Alteration consisting of the installation of a pantry in the Premises for the purpose of warming food for Tenant’s personnel and business guests (but not for use as a public restaurant). Any vending machines that Tenant installs in the Premises and that involve plumbing connections shall have a waterproof pan located thereunder, connected to a drain.
Pantry a) The landlord will provide a sink with hot & cold water and a 6’ Caesarstone with full height backsplash from surface of countertop to bottom of upper cabinet of tile or metal laminate, with drop down to 32” at sink location for ADA (color selected by tenant counter and laminate base and overhead cabinets. Sink height and facet type shall meet ADA standards. At Pantry and Lunch room add new plastic laminate pantry base and hanging cabinets. Base cabinets shall be 36” high with drop down to 32” at sink location for ADA. Furnish and install all required blockings and grounds.
Pantry. Landlord shall furnish and install eight feet (5’-0”) of plastic laminate base and upper pantry cabinets. Appliances to be provided by Tenant SCHEDULE B
Pantry. A large pantry unit for warming of sack lunches for the personnel is planned in the lower floor of house 2. Over and under cabinets in normal scope with factory painted cabinet frame. Kitchen furnishing of the type Myresjo kitchen. White painted surfaces. Countertops of laminate. Disk drainer of rust free stainless. Refrigerator with freezer, microwave oven, and dishwashing machine in the expected arrangement. Tile between countertops and upper cabinets. Electrical outlets for coffee maker equipped with a timer. On the office floor there is a smaller coffee pantry per the plan. Over and under cabinets in normal scope with factory painted cabinet surfaces. Kitchen furnishing of the type Myresjo kitchen. White painted surfaces. Countertops of laminate. Sink of rust free stainless steel. A refrigerator/cooler with a freezer and a dishwashing machine. Tile between the countertop and the upper cabinet Electrical outlets for coffee maker equipped with a timer. Signature: Xxxxxxxx 0X 3(7) Lessee: Sony Ericsson Mobile BRIEF TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION Communication AB Property: Kv Xxxxxxxxx 0, Xxxxx 1 and House 2 Lease Contract nr. 6710-101.1 Lease Contract nr. 6711-101.1 Space for café in lower floor house 2 Space shall be used for preparation and sale of lunches and a café business. Kitchen portion will be designed as a preparation kitchen with the ability to keep warm food that has been prepared at another place P is responsible for planning to organize this space and to ensure that the appearance is in accordance with the standards of the house. WC/shower and personnel room is installed by P in accordance with the standards of the house. L supplies and installs all equipment/furnishings as well as equipment in the environmental room, equipment receiving, dish room, preparation, serving and seating area. L is responsible that all requirements by authorities are fulfilled for the locale. P will install general lighting in the locale according to the standards of the house. For the lessee specific electrical installations a separate fuse box will be installed in the locale so that L can connect their installations. The locale has a total cooling capacity of max. 15 kW. If L’s installations cause the temperature limits in the contract to be exceeded, L is responsible to remedy this. The ventilation is prepared with a separate exhaust from the locale, so that the lessee can connect their own special ventilation. Ductwork is installed. Max 3 units floor drains correspondi...
Pantry. Walls, Ceiling, doors (A/B), floor,
Pantry. The lessor shall provide the lessee with the cupboard.
Pantry. Landlord shall supply countertop with drawers, sink, outlets in accordance with codes, and overhead cabinets.
Pantry. 8’ 3” x 5’ 7” (2.50m x 1.70m) With original stone coloured brick flooring. Large amount of shelving space. Utility Room 9’ 6” x 6’ (2.90m x 1.83m) Fitted grey worktop and white sink unit with white cupboards under. Xxxxxxx oil fired central heating boiler. Concrete flooring. Window to rear elevation. First Floor Landing Providing access from stairs to all first floor rooms, large window to rear elevation, C/H radiator, beige carpet to floor. Access via stairs to second floor and adjoining areas. Master Bedroom 22’ 2” x 11’ 4” (6.74m x 3.46m) Exposed beams to ceiling. Window to rear elevation with window seat to front elevation. C/H radiators. Beige carpet to floor. Leading to en suite. En Suite 8’ 7” x 7’ 5” (2.62m x 2.26m) Window to front elevation. White suite comprising bath with mixer taps & shower attachment; electric shower over bath with folding glass shower screen; wash hand basin and Saniflo L.F.W.C. Wall fitted C/H towel ladder. Xxxxxx point & light. Tiled splashbacks. Beige carpet to floor. Second door giving access to Bedroom 2 if required. Bedroom 2 15’ 10” x 13’ 9” (4.83m x 4.18m) max. Exposed beam to ceiling. Two double & 1 single built-in wardrobes. C/H radiator. Windows to front and side elevation overlooking parkland. Pink carpet to floor. Access to Master En Suite if required. Bedroom 3 10’ 11” x 10’ 3” (3.32m x 3.12m) Window to side elevation overlooking parkland. C/H radiator. Beige carpet to floor. Family Bathroom
Pantry. Tenant may not undertake any "cooking" activities in the Demised Premises or have a kitchen therein, but Tenant may have a pantry in the Demised Premises and may use therein a dishwasher (provided the use of an ordinary kitchen grade type dishwasher shall be considered ordinary water consumption, but the use of an industrial or commercial type dishwasher shall not be considered ordinary water consumption) hot plates, refrigerators, freezers, sinks, toaster ovens and microwave ovens, provided that no such use shall require use of a flue or other means of venting, a rotoclone, or similar type equipment by reason of cooking, frying or otherwise and that Tenant also make such Alterations as are necessary in Owner's reasonable judgment to prevent noise, vibrations, water, or odors from such equipment from interfering with the Building systems or use or occupancy or enjoyment of the Building by Owner or other tenants.

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