Rentable Square Feet definition

Rentable Square Feet as used in the Lease will be deemed to include: (a) with respect to the Premises, the usable area of the Premises determined in accordance with the Method for Measuring Floor Area in Office Buildings, ANSI Z65.1-1996 (the "BOMA Standard"), plus a pro rata portion of the main lobby area on the ground floor and all elevator machine rooms, electrical and telephone equipment rooms and mail delivery facilities and other areas used by all tenants of the Building, if any, plus (i) for single tenancy floors, all the area covered by the elevator lobbies, corridors, special stairways, restrooms, mechanical rooms, electrical rooms and telephone closets on such floors, or (ii) for multiple tenancy floors, a pro-rata portion of all of the area covered by the elevator lobbies, corridors, special stairways, restrooms, mechanical rooms, electrical rooms and telephone closets on such floor; and (b) with respect to the Building, the total rentable area for all floors in the Building computed in accordance with the provisions of Subparagraph 1(a) above. In calculating the "Rentable Square Feet" of the Premises or the Building, the area contained within the exterior walls of the Building stairs, fire towers, vertical ducts, elevator shafts, flues, vents, stacks and major pipe shafts will be excluded.
Rentable Square Feet means the deemed rentable area of the Building or any portion thereof, computed on the basis of the current standard employed by Landlord on the date hereof with respect to the calculation of the deemed Rentable Square Foot area of the Building; provided, however, that in no event shall such deemed Rentable Square Footage constitute or imply any representation or warranty by Landlord as to the actual size of any floor or other portion of the Building, including the Premises.
Rentable Square Feet. Rentable Square Footage," "Usable Area," "Usable Square Feet," and "Usable Square Footage" will be calculated under the American National Standard Method for Measuring Floor Area in Office Buildings, ANSI Z65.1C1996 (revised and adopted June 7, 1996) or successor standard(s), adopted by the Building Owners and Managers Association International (BOMA).

Examples of Rentable Square Feet in a sentence

  • Rentable Square Feet is calculated using the following formula for each type of Space (e.g., office, warehouse, etc.) included in the Premises: ABOA SF of Space x (1 + CAF) = RSF.

  • If a portion of the Premises is recaptured, the Rent payable under this Lease shall be proportionately reduced based on the square footage of the Rentable Square Feet retained by Tenant and the square footage of the Rentable Square Feet leased by Tenant immediately prior to such recapture and termination, and Landlord and Tenant shall thereupon execute an amendment to this Lease in accordance therewith.

  • Rentable Square Feet is calculated using the following formula for each type of Space (e.g., office, warehouse, etc.) included in the Premises: NUSF of Space x (1 + CAF) = RSF.

  • In Figure 21.10 "Estimating Slopes for a Nonlinear Curve" , we have computed slopes between pairs of points A and B, C and D, and E and F on our curve for loaves of bread produced.

  • Otherwise managed buildings must choose Gross Square Feet (G), Rentable Square Feet (R) or Usable Square Feet (U).• Rentable Square Feet (R): The rentable area, SF, as determined using ANSI/BOMA Z61.1-2010, Office Buildings: Standard Methods of Measurement or IFMA/ASTM E1836-01, Standard Classification for Building Floor Area Measurements for Facility Management.


More Definitions of Rentable Square Feet

Rentable Square Feet with respect to the Project shall mean the total rentable area for all floors in the Building and the other buildings in the Project, computed in accordance with the provisions of Subparagraph 1(a) above, including the entire lobby and other areas within such buildings as described in Subparagraph 1(b) above.
Rentable Square Feet. See Exhibit "C".
Rentable Square Feet means the actual rentable area of the Premises as computed in accordance with Office Buildings: Standard Methods of Measurement and Calculating Rental Area (ANSI/BOMA Z65.1-2010), as promulgated by the Building Owner’s and Manager’s Association International. B. Tenant intends to use the Premises for the purpose of medical services and ancillary uses, and other lawful purposes (“Permitted Use”).
Rentable Square Feet and similar terms shall mean Rentable Area as determined in accordance with the American National Standard Method of measuring floor space in office buildings as published by the Building Owners and Managers Association International dated June 7, 1996 ("BOMA").
Rentable Square Feet with respect to the Terminal Complex shall mean the number of square feet of space in the Terminal Complex that is rentable to tenants, including office and administrative space used by AUTHORITY. Untenable areas committed for leasing to a future tenant when renovated, as shown on Exhibit B, shall not be considered rentable during the period of such commitment until the lease period commences. The Passenger Transfer System is not considered as Rentable Square Feet but shall be considered as Public Space for the purpose of rate calculations.
Rentable Square Feet means the standard for "Rentable Area" as promulgated by the Building Owners and Managers Association International and approved by the American National Standards Institute, Inc. on June 7, 1996 (reference number ANSI/BOMA Z65.1-1996).
Rentable Square Feet. The deemed rentable area of the Building or any portion thereof, computed using the standards set forth by the American National Standards Institute, Inc. and Building Owners and Managers Association International which are currently employed by Landlord with respect to the calculation of the deemed Rentable Square Foot area of the Building; provided, however, that in no event shall such deemed Rentable Square Footage constitute or imply any representation or warranty by Landlord as to the actual size of any floor or other portion of the Building, including the Premises. In the event Landlord or Tenant measures the Premises to confirm the size of the Premises according to the standards set forth in this paragraph the parties agree to execute any documents or amendments reasonably necessary to evidence any revision to the Premises size, if any. Rules and Regulations: The rules and regulations attached to this Lease as Exhibit B, and such additional rules and regulations as Landlord may adopt from time to time.