4 Ways Suburban Office Landlords Are Luring Tenants

By Andrew McIntyre (October 16, 2015, 5:13 PM EDT) -- As millennials continue to show a predilection for living and working in downtown cores, suburban office landlords are working feverishly to reposition and repurpose their buildings to keep or attract tenants, and lawyers find themselves helping to prepare more incentives in leases, given the difficulty of convincing companies to lease in the suburbs.

While part of the strategy is replicating the creative, amenity-rich experiences commonly found at downtown properties, suburban landlords are also taking advantage of their extra space and luring tenants with ample parking options as well as access to nature trails.

Here, Law360 looks at four ways suburban landlords...

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