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A Guide to Office Building Classifications; Class A, Class B, Class C

July 6, 2008

Tweet When considering office space, tenants will find that office buildings are generally classified as being either a Class A, Class B, or a Class C building. The difference between each of these classifications varies by market and class B and C buildings are generally classified relative to Class A buildings. Building classifications are used […]

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The Incredible Growing Office Building

November 24, 2007

Tweet It used to be that when a new owner of an office building or office park set out to “add value”, it meant getting contractors involved to make improvements to anything from upgrading lobbies and common areas to improving lighting. Now, more and more landlords are turning to architects to help them “add value” […]

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BOMA: The Standard For Measuring Office Space

September 17, 2007

Tweet In most parts of the country, the most common method for measuring office space and determining the gross leasable area is the BOMA (The Building Owners and Managers Association) standard. It is the most commonly used method as it provides Landlord’s with the ability to capture all common areas when calculating rentable square footage. The 1980 standard […]

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