Commercial Warehouse for Lease - A Broker's Definition
What is commercial warehouse for lease? What is commercial warehouse for rent? They are the same and they are different. “Commercial” is just a description of the property to indicate an exclusion of residential uses. “For rent” and “for lease” while basically synonymous, “lease” actually refers to a contractual agreement between a tenant and landlord. “Warehouse” has many meanings in the sense that a “warehouse” can be used for many purposes and in many manners. Here are few examples of Commercial Warehouse for Lease:
- Distribution Warehouse: Typically dock high warehouse with fire protection sprinkler systems and warehouse clear heights over 24’. The high clear is to accommodate pallet racking. Users of distribution space normally require minimal office finish.
- Flex Warehouse: With a higher percentage of office finish, Flex Space is combination of warehouse and office finish, sometimes 50% of each. Warehouse Renters of this space can be high tech, assembly and light manufacturers.
- Manufacturing Industrial Warehouse: For me, the word industrial conveys images of heavy cranes and steel being moved, modified and shipped. Manufacturing Warehouses often are crane served with overhead bridge cranes or jib-cranes. The buildings are chiefly made of metal and require heavy power.
These are just a few examples.
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