New Cell Tower


I recently took control of a piece of property that has a cell tower on site.

Is it possible to build an additional tower on the site to bring in new cellular tenants?

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Oct 17, 2014
Why do you need to build another tower?
by: Anonymous

Can't you just simply lease space below the lowest antennas? Why do you need to build another tower?

Oct 17, 2014
Do the math.
by: Anonymous

If you can bring additional carriers to the site and you want to provide the "steel", if the math works out, why not. It's your land and steel. Might get more rent. But all the maintenance for the steel would be yours.

This is why ATT has sold it's lease positions to Crown castle. And in 2030 has the option to buy the steel as well.

Zero maintenance for ATT later. More rent for Crown?? More carriers??

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