Second Floor. (a) The Subleased Premises do not include any portion of the second (2nd) floor of the Building (“Second Floor”). Attached hereto as Exhibit A-1, is a floor plan of the Second Floor, divided into eight (8) quadrants, each of approximately 5,000 rentable square feet (each, a “Quadrant”). Sublandlord shall not construct a barrier restricting Subtenant’s access to the Second Floor, and while Subtenant and Subtenant’s employees shall have the right to walk through the Second Floor and to the extent necessary to perform maintenance or repairs, Subtenant shall have no right to use any portion of the Second Floor for any other purpose whatsoever (including, without limitation, for meetings, storage of personal property or materials, as a “break” or “lunch” area, or otherwise).
Second Floor. Subject to delays caused by events of Force Majeure as provided in the Lease, and within sixty (60) days (subject to receipt of all required governmental permits and approvals) of receipt from Tenant of final, approved plans and working drawings (the “Second Floor Plans”), Landlord agrees to build out the second floor portion of the Demised Premises in accordance with the Second Floor Plans. The Second Floor Plans shall include: A Reception Area which will have a glass exterior and entranceway, hardwood flooring, and be approximately 12 foot by 19 foot. A Large conference room approximately 19 foot by 22 foot with an overhead projector mounting as well as an electric projector screen. A Small conference room approximately 14 foot by 20 foot. Two Proposal Rooms each approximately 17 foot by 22 foot. A Server Room approximately 10 foot by 15 foot with at least 25,000 BTU of cooling, sufficient dedicated electrical outlets, both 110V and 220V, and tiled flooring. A Kitchen approximately 14 foot by 20 foot, with tiled floors, base and overhead cabinets, counter top, a sink, a dishwasher, an ice maker, a stove, a microwave and full size refrigerator, as well as sufficient electrical power. A Copier Room approximately 14 by 20 foot with tiled floors, two dedicated 30 amp circuits, a closet, and built in counter tops on one wall. The aforementioned room dimensions are subject to the actual configuration of the Demised Premises and thus may change, once the Second Floor Plans have been prepared. In addition, within ninety (90) days after substantial completion of the build-out of the second floor pursuant to the approved Second Floor Plans, Landlord agrees to repaint and re-carpet the second floor portion of the Demised Premises.
Second Floor. Commencing on the effective date of this Fourth Amendment (the “Second Floor Temporary Premises Commencement Date”), and continuing until the “Temporary Premises Expiration Date,” which shall be the later of (x) the Termination Date, and (y) if the New Lease terminates prior to the Commencement Date, July 31, 2020, Landlord shall lease to Tenant and Tenant shall lease from Landlord the entire second floor of that certain building at the Project located at 9363 Towne Centre Drive, San Diego, California (the “9363 Building”), consisting of approximately 22,105 rentable square feet and as more particularly shown on Exhibit A attached hereto (the “Second Floor Temporary Premises”). The period commencing on the Second Floor Temporary Premises Commencement Date through the Temporary Premises Expiration Date may be referred to herein as the “Second Floor Temporary Premises Term.” Tenant acknowledges and agrees that all of the terms and conditions of the Lease shall apply to the leasing of the Second Floor Temporary Premises, except that: (a) the term of the lease with respect to the Second Floor Temporary Premises shall be as set forth in the first sentence of this Section 4(a); (b) Tenant shall not be required to pay Base Rent with respect to the Second Floor Temporary Premises; (c) commencing on the Second Floor Temporary Premises Commencement Date, Tenant shall commence paying Tenant’s Share of Operating Expenses with respect to the Second Floor Temporary Premises (which is equal to 49.10%) and Tenant shall be responsible for paying for Utilities for the Second Floor Temporary Premises and for obtaining and paying for its own janitorial services for the Second Floor Temporary Premises; (d) in addition to Tenant’s payment of Tenant’s Share of Operating Expenses with respect to the Second Floor Temporary Premises, at any time during the Second Floor Temporary Premises Term that Tenant is the only tenant in the Building, Tenant shall be responsible for all electricity costs incurred with respect to the Building, (e) Landlord shall not be required to make any improvements to the Second Floor Temporary Premises or provide any tenant improvement allowance with respect to the Second Floor Temporary Premises, and Tenant shall accept the Second Floor Temporary Premises in its “as is” condition; (f) notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in Section 22 of the original Lease, Tenant shall not have the right to sublease any portion of the Second Floor Temporary...
Second Floor. Tenant’s identifying signage shall be provided by Landlord, at Tenant’s cost, and such signage on its entry door to the premises on the second floor of the Building shall be comparable to that used by Landlord for other similar floors in the Building and shall comply with Landlord’s then-current Building standard signage program.
Second Floor. The second (2nd) floor of the Subject Building (the “Second Floor Subleased Premises” or “Second Floor”) consisting of approximately 30,385 rentable square feet of office space as outlined on the Space Plan and generally referred to therein as Areas A, A-1, B, C, together with approximately 4,990 rentable square feet of warehouse space generally referred to in the Space Plan as Area D, for an aggregate of 35,375 rentable square feet of office and warehouse space combined. Areas E, F, and G, containing the mechanical room, the electrical closet, and certain space otherwise referred to as warehouse space, are excluded from the rentable area of the Second Floor.
Second Floor. Tenant acknowledges that there are presently three (3) control areas (“Second Floor Control Areas”) on the Second Floor of the Building. Presently, one (1) Second Floor Control Area is assigned to Praecis Pharmaceuticals Incorporated, who occupies the West Wing of the Second Floor, and the remaining two (2) Second Floor Control Areas shall be shared by all tenants (including Tenant hereunder) occupying the South and East Wings of the Second Floor. Tenant shall be entitled to maintain Tenant’s Proportionate Share of Hazardous Materials of the remaining Second Floor Control Areas, which shall mean 100.00%, which is a fraction, the numerator of which shall be 38,511 rentable square feet (representing Tenant’s Second Floor Premises) and the denominator of which shall be 38,511 rentable square feet (representing the total rentable area of the South and East Wings of the Second Floor).
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Second Floor. The second floor of the INI is the student space. It includes a kitchen area, quiet study room, INI library, interview rooms, project room, media center, shower room, wellness/lactation room, lockers, and a printer.INI students are able to access the INI Student Floor 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, except in the case of holidays, scheduled events or maintenance, which will be communicated in advance to students, or in the case of building emergencies. This access is conditional upon compliance with A Tartan’s Responsibility (https://www.cmu.edu/coronavirus/students/tartans-responsibility.html) and CMU’s Minimum Requirements (https://www.cmu.edu/coronavirus/return/min-requirements.html). Exterior DoorsA. Entrances and ExitsThere are three entrance/exits at the INI. They are:• Henry St. (main) entrance/exit• Winthrop St. entrance/exit• Henry-side Winthrop Level entrance/exitB. Emergency ExitsThere is one exit at the INI for emergencies only. Opening this exit door will set off the building alarm. The door is marked as emergency exit.• Winthrop St. stairwell emergency exit Restricted AreasA. Students may not access the following:• DEC@Henry and DEC@CIC outside of class time and INI-sponsored events• Winthrop Level reception desk, staff offices, staff kitchen, and conference rooms outside of regular business hours, except by prior appointment• INI First Floor outside of regular business hours, except by prior appointment• Closets (supply, wiring, data, and electrical) on all floors• Thermostats on all floors• Wiring for INI technology on all floors• Alarm keypads• Garage• Basement• RoofPlease note: Removing any items from the Winthrop Level Reception Desk or from any staff office/area constitutes theft and will be referred to Campus Police.Students are not authorized to control the thermostats in the INI building. If you are concerned about the temperature in any of the spaces, please send an email to ini- email@example.com. C. INI BUILDING SAFETY & SECURITY Emergency & Non-Emergency ProceduresA. Reporting Emergencies & Calling for HelpDuring Business Hours (Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)Students should report emergencies (such as leaks, electrical faults, flooding, power outages, etc.) to the nearest INI staff member.After Business Hours (Monday – Friday, 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 a.m. and Saturdays & Sundays)Students should report emergencies to Campus Police by using the blue light emergency call boxes or by calling from a personal phone. • Blue ligh...