new antennas on existing tower

by Patrick
(New york, upstate)

What is the going rate or where do i find out the going rate for add on antennas in new york?

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Additional Antennas on Cell Tower
by: Tower Genius

Patrick, is it an AT&T Cell Tower or Verizon Wireless site where they are upgrading to LTE antennas? Or is it a tower management company owned cell site like Crown Castle or American Tower? Or is the cell tower's anchor tenant a wireless carrier and you are getting a new tenant?

What does your subleasing language state in the lease? Do you control the ground space or are you entitled to a portion of subleased rental?

Where is the tower located?

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