Definition of Building II Tenant Improvements


Building II Tenant Improvements means all interior improvements, special lighting, interior demising walls, floor and wall coverings, furniture systems, security systems, telephone and data cabling, excess HVAC for computer rooms, equipment, etc. desired by Tenant for Building II.
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Examples of Building II Tenant Improvements in a sentence

Tenant shall incorporate only new materials and equipment into the construction of the Building II Tenant Improvements.
Tenant will revise the proposed Final Building II Tenant Improvements Plans and Specifications and resubmit the plans for Landlords approval.
Tenant will revise the proposed Building II Tenant Improvements Design Development Plans based on Landlords comments and resubmit the plans for Landlords approval.
If Landlord rejects the proposed Final Building II Tenant Improvements Plans and Specifications, Landlord must specify in sufficient detail the reason(s) for Landlords rejection.
Landlords approvals under this Section 2(c) of this Amendment may not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned, or delayed, except that any portions of the Building II Tenant Improvements that require structural attachment(s) to Building II or attachment(s) to any Building II MEP system are subject to approval by Landlord in its sole discretion.