Definition of Tenant Extra Improvements. Building Standard Improvements

  1. Tenant Extra Improvements. Building Standard Improvements means painted drywall for straight room partitions, ceiling grid, carpet of a quality customarily provided by Landlord to Building tenants, building standard lighting fixtures, sprinkler coverage and HVAC for a normal office distribution using the Buildings customary materials and equipment, assuming an open floor plan or perimeter office lay out for up to one hundred five (105) people per floor. In instances where this Lease refers to Tenant Extra Improvements as a standard for the provision of services, maintenance, repair or replacement by Tenant or Landlord, such reference shall be to the difference in required services, maintenance, repairs or replacements between the Tenant Improvements as constructed in the Premises and the Building Standard Improvements, had the Building Standard Improvements been constructed in the Premises.

Definition of Tenant Extra Improvements. Building Standard Improvements in Basic Lease Information

Tenant Extra Improvements. Building Standard Improvements means painted drywall for straight room partitions, ceiling grid, carpet of a quality customarily provided by Landlord to Building tenants, building standard lighting fixtures, sprinkler coverage and HVAC for a normal office distribution using the Buildings customary materials and equipment, assuming an open floor plan or perimeter office lay out for up to one hundred five (105) people per floor. In instances where this Lease refers to Tenant Extra Improvements as a standard for the provision of services, maintenance, repair or replacement by Tenant or Landlord, such reference shall be to the difference in required services, maintenance, repairs or replacements between the Tenant Improvements as constructed in the Premises and the Building Standard Improvements, had the Building Standard Improvements been constructed in the Premises.