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A New Perspective in Corporate Real Estate, Fulton County, GA

Client Success


When negotiating a 70K sq. ft. lease, landlord balked at giving our client a right to offset against rent any portion of the $4.5M improvement allowance that landlord failed to pay. Landlord argued that giving an offset right would affect their ability to finance its project. We would not move forward without the offset right, pointing out that the allowance was already included in the amount landlord was borrowing from the lender. After the landlord relented and granted the right, the offset issue had to be addressed directly with the lender in a nondisturbance agreement. When landlord was later unable to fund the allowance and went into receivership, the offset right in the lease and the nondisturbance agreement saved our client significant damages, as the tenant improvement allowance was funded as free rent.

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Our ability to consistently partner with clients and maximize their savings is exhibited by our extensive list of long-standing clients across the nation - many of which have been with us for decades. Our approach is well-established and uniform across the firm, so every attorney has your business interests at heart. Several on our team come from a background of working as in-house counsel in major corporations, which gives us a unique understanding of the budget and time constraints you’re up against.

These additional case studies show how Husch Blackwell has helped clients add value to their bottom line through real dollars.



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