Real Estate and Business Partner Peter Kline recently contributed his insights to the Law360 article, “4 Tips For Advising Tech Companies on Real Estate Deals.” Published on August 18, the article notes the proliferation of buying and leasing activity by tech giants like Facebook, Apple and Google over the past few years and explores how working on deals for these companies can be different than those a real estate attorney might be used to.
Under the heading, “The Need for Expansion Drives Many Details,” Peter explains, "They (technology companies) seem to want specialized improvements that are beyond what we normally see. Beer gardens. Game rooms. Things like that. Some of them are specialized and need to be removed. They’re very inflexible in changing the forms of leases they’ve used in the past."
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