I own a building in New York City. A cell phone carrier offered me $1,250 per month to lease about 100 square feet of space on my roof. I'd like to get more but they said they are also talking to a few other potential landlords. I want to get a fair price but also I don't want to lose the antennas to the buildings next to me. I saw that you guys help owners with leases and I am wondering how much you charge because it's not listed anywhere on your website.
My other question is, if an individual carrier has an cell antenna lease, can they sublease to have other carriers share the ground space within their footprint and put up additional antennas? Does this generate more money for the Landlord? And how many other carriers can sublease and how much additional monthly rent goes to the Landlord on a building rooftop? My rooftop is a two thousand five four hundred square feet.
Also, will they damage my roof with these antennas? Thanks!
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