rengotiating a cell tower lease renewal

by J Hecht
(Madison, WI)

How do I know the value of our current cell tower lease that we are currently negotiating for renewal? It is on a 10-story building in a fast-growing market with one of the larger carriers that is trying to gain market share. There are other large new buildings in the area that may offer comparable height/zoning code authorizations with cell towers on them.

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Jul 08, 2018
So many factors to consider...
by: Stephen

Building location covers what?
How does particular cell site fit into the network?
Is it a carrier that is possibly merging? Sprint or T-Mobile?
Zoning requirements?
Building height?
Competing sites?
Current rent?
Time remaining on lease?
Cost to decommission and relocate the cell site to neighboring rooftop?
Future small cell development?

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