New Age Leasing:
Shared Workspaces, Food Halls, and Pop-up Stores and the Reshaped Retail Landscape (OnDemand)
Originally held on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 | 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
OnDemand: $149 for Members | $249 for Nonmembers
Members who are Recent Law Graduates, Newly Admitted Lawyers (admitted
for the first time in any state or country 2017-2019),
In-House/Corporate Counsel, Judges, or attorneys that practice within
the Government, Academic or Not-for-Profit sectors attend this program
New York: 2.0 Skills
New Jersey: 2.3 General
California: 1.5 General
Pennsylvania: 1.5 General
Please Note: Newly admitted NY attorneys cannot fulfill ethics or skills credits through our on-demand programs under OCA rules. For more information on this, please see http://www.nycourts.gov/attorneys/cle/changes_for_2016.shtml.
In the current economy, a real estate attorney needs to be familiar with
more than the standard lease. Shared office space, food halls, and
pop-up stores represent the "new age" of office and retail leasing. As
the catch phrase goes, "we're not in Kansas anymore." Whether
landlord or a tenant, the savvy real estate attorney needs to have a
keen awareness of novel issues involved in negotiating these "new age"
leases. Shared workspace agreements can seem more like a hybrid license
-- dealing with both real estate and technology components. The
“co-working” explosion requires a transformation of the standard office
lease to give the provider flexibility to successfully operate a shared
office space. Food hall agreements have unique issues which relate to
the permanency and fluidity of location as well as to the mix of
well-curated vendors. Pop-up stores can be a great way for landlords to
generate rent from empty retail space and also provide retailers with a
means to create a buzz and to quickly and economically try a new concept
or location and no matter what the use, the lease has to reflect a
business deal that is consistent with the retail real estate realities
of 2018 and beyond.
This CLE panel will discuss each of these growth areas and provide
guidance as to issues that distinguish it from negotiating a standard
lease. The program will provide practical drafting and negotiating
techniques from both the landlord's and tenant's point of view. This
program is a must for anyone who practices real estate law and wants to
be current with the new trends and realities of leasing.
Click Here to View Program Agenda & Faculty
Jeffrey A. Margolis, The Margolis Law Firm
Diane Schottenstein, Schottenstein Law Firm