Cell sites rental in PR after hurricane

by Jose Romero
(Manati PR)

I did have a contract from ATT to build a cell tower in my land, never happend. The contract was cancelled 2 months ago cause hurricane affects the towers in the island. I'm wondering: does my land have cell site value or possibilities for future rentals? Do cell towers has future in this market for lands like mine? T

Jose Romero

Ps. I can send the picture via email since I can't upload the photo from my phone.

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Apr 25, 2018
Project was likely placed on hold.
by: Stephen

Jose, you should reach out directly to AT&T to let them know that you are still interested. Due to the widespread damage to the electrical infrastructure there, they likely placed the entire project on hold, not just your tower lease but surely many others. They will probably be back, but you may need to wait a year or two because they do not move fast.

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