Class

Trading down the class of property you lease could smash your occupancy costs.

Match business requirements to what you need, not want.  The savings might just be dramatic.  Often, Class B properties differ only modestly from Class A properties within the same market.  “Class B” may be a little older, away from the corner, or lacking drive-up appeal; however, these properties represent a significant value … and a chance to reduce costs in a tough economy.

To compare, click here for a chart of the differences between Class A and Class B average rental rates in selected markets.  For examples of how these rate differences can translate into significant savings for varying office sizes, click on 7,500 SF, 20,000 SF, or 60,000 SF.