Construction provisions are normally recorded in the construction work letter to comply with the lease agreement. The work letter is actually an abbreviated construction contract. For example, if a tenant has a particularly high or low credit rating, their rent may be significantly lower or higher than the market average. Or it`s not uncommon for a tenant to get a favorable rent in exchange for approval for a longer rental term. A Build to Suit rental agreement consists of several broad elements: 1) the lessor`s work letter indicating the work to be done by the lessor before the tenant takes possession, 2) other essential rental conditions for the Build-to-Suit part such as the delivery date and other rent improvement indemnities for the tenant`s extension and 3) a thorough understanding of the obligations of landlords and tenants after delivery. This is the biggest advantage of using a Build-to-Suit leasing contract. A Build-to-Suit property is built to a tenant`s particular specifications, which can be a particularly strong advantage for businesses with unique real estate needs. A tenant can ask the developer to build a property of the desired size and with the precise layout that allows him to manage his affairs in the most efficient way possible. Duration of a rental contract, a fixed and non-cancellable period. The specific elements of a construction corresponding to the lease agreement are not limited: the second method is to calculate the rent on the basis of an open book cost, the final rent being calculated as a percentage of the cost of the project.

The percentage is multiplied by the total cost of the project and the result is the annual rent for the initial term of the lease, subject to negotiated increases over time. Performance timing is a critical topic in a Build-to-Suit lease agreement, and a schedule with clearly identified services is a must and should be included in agreements. As a general rule, the parties set a withdrawal date (often motivated by the need for the tenant to remove its existing premises until a given date) from which all the actors concerned must work backwards and harmonize their performance. The schedule will likely include milestones for the planning, construction and occupancy phases around which a schedule will be established, such as for example. B securing financing and authorizations, picking, pouring foundations and completing structural steel. . . .