Sprint Tower at 5425 Santa Monica, Los Angeles, CA

by Calvin Lee
(Los Angeles, CA)

We have an existing Sprint/Nextel tower that was erected in 2002 with Nextel.

I hear that unless the tower that Nextel erected does not get updated to 4G, it would mean that they will not renew the lease. Is this correct?

Our lease also is bias in a way the Leasee gets to cancel the lease anytime for any reason. Is there a way to change that back?

Can we also bring other carrier to co-exist in our rooftop?

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Aug 04, 2012
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by: Tower Genius

Calvin let's take a look at the cell site and the Sprint lease on Monday. Has Sprint been in communication with you lately? You are obviously in an extremely high traffic area and this is certainly an important site for them.

Tower Genius's Wireless Landlord Anger Management Hotline: 1-888-313-9750

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