PSF Sample Clauses

PSF. In addition tenant pays pro rata share (derived by dividing sf of premises by all premises then Leased by Duke) for Common Areas including Taxes, Parking Deck, Lighting of Parking Deck, Security Personnel, plus an administrative charge of 3% for providing such service. In addition, tenant shall pay for upfit and equipment in Mail Room and Phone Room, the Security System and the Parking Deck Systems amortized solely among the leases where Duke is the tenant at an annual rate of 8.75% over a period of 14.5 years. Renewal Options — None Termination Options — None Parking — 64 Financial Disclosure — None Abatements — None Guarantor — None
PSF. In addition tenant pays pro rata share (derived by dividing sf of premises by all premises then Leased by Duke) for Common Areas including Taxes, Parking Deck, Lighting of Parking Deck, Security Personnel, plus an administrative charge of 3% for providing such service. In addition, tenant shall pay for upfit and equipment in Mail Room and Phone Room, the Security System and the Parking Deck Systems amortized solely among the leases where Duke is the tenant at an annual rate of 8.75% over a period of 14.5 years. Renewal Options — None Termination Options — None Parking — 11 spaces Financial Disclosure — None Abatements — None Guarantor — None 24 Early Termination Option: Tenant may terminate at last day of 5th lease year with 180 days notice 25 Premises is 2,078 — rent is paid on 2,221 which includes 143sf of common area.
PSF. Tenant's Base Rent obligation pursuant to this Lease shall be payable in monthly installments as follows (the "Base Rent"): Monthly Total Monthly Total Period Payment Payment 09/12/00 - 09/30/00 19 days $1,350.33 $1,350.33 10/01/00 - 12/31/00 3 months $2,132.10 $6,396.30 01/01/01 - 01/31/01 1 month $3,870.23 $3,870.23 02/01/00 - 12/31/01 11 months $34,751.59 $382,267.49 01/01/02 - 12/31/02 12 months $34,751.59 $417,019.08 01/01/03 - 12/31/03 12 months $34,751.59 $417,019.08 01/01/04 - 12/31/04 12 months $34,751.59 $417,019.08 01/01/05 - 01/31/05 1 month $34,751.59 $34,751.59 02/01/05 - 06/30/05 5 months "$Market" & 750.00 "$Market" &3,750.00 Total: $1,683,443.18 & "Market" Rent 2/1/05 - 6/30/05 All Base Rent shall be due on the first day of each month in advance. If this Lease shall commence on any day other than the first day of the month, then that month's Base Rent shall be pro-rated so all future monthly rents shall be due on the first of the month. In addition to the above Base Rent Tenant covenants and agrees to pay to Landlord all other sums and additional rents that may become due as set forth in this Lease or our existing October 13th 1995 and April 14th 1998 leases up through January 31st 2001, including overage provisions as applicable. Tenant shall immediately pay to Landlord a penalty of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars each time that Tenant issues and delivers to Landlord a check or draft that is not honored for any reason or returned for insufficient funds by Tenant's financial institution. If Tenant does not pay this penalty and replace such "bounced check" within ten (10) days of written notification from Landlord then such inaction by Tenant shall be considered a material breach of this Lease which may result in its early termination. Should Landlord not receive Tenant's monthly rental payment "in hand" on or before the 10th day of the month, then Tenant shall pay to Landlord as additional rent, a late penalty fee equal to five percent (5.00%) of the outstanding rent owed for that rental period. If Tenant does not pay this late fee and past due rent within ten (10) days of written notification from Landlord, such inaction by Tenant shall be considered a material breach of this Lease which may result in its early termination.
PSF. In addition tenant pays pro rata share (derived by dividing sf of premises by all premises then Leased by Duke) for Common Areas including Taxes, Parking Deck, Lighting of Parking Deck. Security Personnel, plus an administrative charge of 3% for providing such service. In addition, tenant shall pay for upfit and equipment in Mail Room and Phone Room, the Security System and the Parking Deck Systems amortized solely among the leases where Duke is the tenant at an annual rate of 8.75% over a period of 14.5 years. Renewal Options — None Termination Options — None Parking — 185 Financial Disclosure — None Abatements — None Guarantor — None 3 With approximately 900 in staff, the Duke Clinical Research Institute (‘DCRI’) is the world’s largest academic clinical research organization. DCRI combines the clinical expertise and academic leadership of a premier teaching hospital with the full-service operational capabilities of a major contract research organization. DCRI has conducted studies at more than 3,592 sites in 63 countries, including the largest fibrinolytic trial in history. DCRI has more than 507,700 patients enrolled and has completed 4,300 publications.
PSF. Landlord and Tenant shall work together to determine fair allocation of renovation costs associated with Tenant's use for this space.
PSF. Live Loads (A) Parking Garage................................... 50 PSF (B) Typical Office Floor............................. 50 PSF (C) Ground Floor..................................... 100 PSF (D) Typical Office Floor Interior Drop Panels at Columns....................................... 200 PSF (E) Mechanical Equipment Room........................ 150 PSF or equip wt. (G) Roof Snow Load................................... 30
PSF. In addition tenant pays pro rata share (derived by dividing sf of premises by all premises then Leased by Duke) for Common Areas including Taxes, Parking Deck, Lighting of Parking Deck, Security Personnel, plus an administrative charge of 3% for providing such service. In addition, tenant shall pay for upfit and equipment in Mail Room and Phone Room, the Security System and the Parking Deck Systems amortized solely among the leases where Duke is the tenant at an annual rate of 8.75% over a period of 14.5 years. Renewal Options — None Termination Options — None Parking — 14 Financial Disclosure — None Abatements — None Guarantor — None 15 Duke Image Analysis Laboratory (DIAL) department of Duke University. DIAL is provides comprehensive imaging support in research studies and clinical trials to various agencies. Among these are pharmaceutical firms, biotechnology and medical device companies, Clinical Research Organizations, government and academic research organizations. The capabilities of the lab include protocol development, site training and certification, and image archival and analysis for a variety of modalities including magnetic resonance imaging, magnetic resonance spectroscopy, computed tomography and nuclear medicine.
PSF. Subject Property is a multi-unit strip center that fronts the busy S. 6th St corridor. It has traffic counts of 30,500 AADT, with access to I-55 and I-72 minutes away. Several nearby attractions include Starbucks, Taco Bell, KFC, U-Haul, DaVita Dialysis, Hertz, Walgreens, and a County Market-anchored shopping center Springfield is the capital of Illinois. It is located in central Illinois and is accessed by Interstate 55 and Interstate 72. It is approximately 202 miles southwest of Chicago and 92 miles northeast of St. Louis. The historic US Route 66 crosses Illinois from Chicago to East St. Louis, which includes Springfield. LEASE RATE NNN ESTIMATE ZONING PARKING SPACES $16.50 / SF / NNN $6.25 / SF 65 CBCDR.COM COLDWELL BANKER COMMERCIAL DEVONSHIRE REALTY | SPRINGFIELD, IL | 217.547.6650 LOCATION AREA OVERVIEW The subject property is located in Springfield, IL. The property has access to Interstate 55 & 72 within minutes from the site. The immediate trade area has a high density population, with several retailers, making this location in high demand.. POPULATION 1-MILES 3-MILES 5-MILES 2010 Population (Census) 5,499 57,154 120,855 2021 Population 5,364 54,998 118,516 2026 Population (Projected) 5,334 54,838 118,896 HOUSEHOLDS 1-MILES 3-MILES 5-MILES 2021 Households 2,498 24,120 51,934 2026 Households (Projected) 2,484 24,053 52,074 INCOME 1-MILES 3-MILES 5-MILES 2021 Per Capita Income $26,196 $30,081 $33,995 2021 Median HH Income $44,634 $51,686 $60,108 CBCDR.COM COLDWELL BANKER COMMERCIAL DEVONSHIRE REALTY | SPRINGFIELD, IL | 217.547.6650 AERIAL CBCDR.COM COLDWELL BANKER COMMERCIAL DEVONSHIRE REALTY | SPRINGFIELD, IL | 217.547.6650 SITE & FLOOR PLAN SITE PLAN FLOOR PLAN INTERIOR CONTACT BLAKE PRYOR Brokerage O: 217.547.6650 C: 217.725.9518 bpryor@cbcdr.com CBCDR MAIN OFFICE 201 W. Springfield Ave., 11th Floor Champaign, IL 61820 PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS • 30,500 AADT along S. 6th St • Great Visibility • Mostly Open Layout • Near Several Retailers/DestinationsGood Co-Tenancy Mix

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  • Floor Load The Tenant shall not place a load upon any floor in the Premises exceeding the floor load per square foot of area which such floor was designed to carry and which is allowed by law. Further, Tenant shall not move any safe, vault or other heavy equipment in, about or out of the Premises except in such manner and at such time as the Landlord shall in each instance authorize. The Tenant’s machines and mechanical equipment shall be placed and maintained by the Tenant at the Tenant’s expense in settings sufficient to absorb or prevent vibration or noise that may be transmitted to the Building structure or to any other space in the Building.

  • Shift Allowance In addition to the wage specified in sub-clause (1), read with sub- clause (12), a normal shift worker shall, in respect of his shift hours worked in any week, be paid an additional 12,5% on such wage.

  • Turn-Over After the occurrence and during the continuance of any Default (including the commencement and continuation of any proceeding under any Bankruptcy Law relating to any other Loan Party), each Guarantor shall, if the Administrative Agent so requests, collect, enforce and receive payments on account of the Subordinated Obligations as trustee for the Secured Parties and deliver such payments to the Administrative Agent on account of the Guaranteed Obligations (including all Post Petition Interest), together with any necessary endorsements or other instruments of transfer, but without reducing or affecting in any manner the liability of such Guarantor under the other provisions of this Guaranty.

  • Check Meters Developer, at its option and expense, may install and operate, on its premises and on its side of the Point of Interconnection, one or more check meters to check Connecting Transmission Owner’s meters. Such check meters shall be for check purposes only and shall not be used for the measurement of power flows for purposes of this Agreement, except as provided in Article 7.4 below. The check meters shall be subject at all reasonable times to inspection and examination by Connecting Transmission Owner or its designee. The installation, operation and maintenance thereof shall be performed entirely by Developer in accordance with Good Utility Practice.

  • Tenant Improvement Allowance Items Except as otherwise set forth in this Tenant Work Letter, the Tenant Improvement Allowance shall be disbursed by Landlord only for the following items and costs (collectively the “Tenant Improvement Allowance Items”):

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