Definition of Tenant Improvements

  1. Tenant Improvements means all improvements to be constructed in the Premises pursuant to this Work Letter;
  2. Tenant Improvements means improvements, fixtures and equipment associated with

Examples of Tenant Improvements in a sentence

  1. Tenant shall be solely responsible for ensuring that the TI Construction Drawings reflect Tenants requirements for the Tenant Improvements.
  2. Tenants maintenance and repair obligations shall include (a) all leasehold improvements in the Premises, including any Tenant Improvements, any Alterations (defined in Section 7.2), and any leasehold improvements installed pursuant to any prior lease (the Leasehold Improvements), but excluding the Base Building; (b) any Supplemental Systems serving the Premises, whether located inside or outside of the Premises; and (c) all Lines (defined in Section 23) and trade fixtures.
  3. Tenant acknowledges that any casualty insurance carried by Landlord will not cover loss of income to Tenant or damage to the Tenant Improvements or Alterations in the Premises installed by Tenant or Tenant's Trade Fixtures or personal property located within the Premises.

Definition of Tenant Improvements in Office Lease

Tenant Improvements means all improvements to be constructed in the Premises pursuant to this Work Letter;


Definition of Tenant Improvements in Loan Agreement

Tenant Improvements means the Base Tenant Improvements and Tenant Extra Improvements (if any) installed or to be installed for Tenant pursuant to Exhibit B.


Definition of Tenant Improvements in Office Lease Agreement

Tenant Improvements means the improvements to the Premises that are more particularly described in the Plans and Specifications, as such term is further defined in Section 1 of the Lease.