Crown Castle takes buys ATT leases.

by Steve

My lease with ATT is now a CC lease. It terminates in May 2018. Can I go back to ATT and negotiate directly with ATT for a new lease. CC is crying that there is not enough room to pay me what I want.

It is a prime (tower built in 1988) location in one of the most high density freeway and surface street traffic locations in Los Angeles, and maybe the country. The East LA Interchange.

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Aug 03, 2017
Hire a Telecom Lease Genius.
by: Tower Genius

We speak telecom and are EXPERTS in dealing with Crown Castle and AT&T. In this industry you get what you pay for. Half the "consultants" and "Advisors" that claim to knowledgable about the industry have never built or zoned a cell tower, and have less than 1/10 of the experience we have.

Why on earth would you let the AT&T lease come close to expiration here anyway? You need to call us.

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