Roof lease rates for cell tower antennas in New York City

by Abraham
(NYC)

Approached by a wireless phone company for internet 4g cellular antennas, possibly Sprint. We are in lower Manhattan and they offered us $1300 per month and they are saying they only need a small leased area, much smaller than a typical cell site. Is this a fair price or are we getting a low offer? My cousin has a Verizon cellular lease in Midtown and is currently getting over three thousand dollars monthly.

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Jul 19, 2010
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Fair Price?
by: Tower Genius

That's what you can get in NJ, Queens, Brooklyn Bronx, Staten Island. You should be able to do better in Manhattan.

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