time frame

From the start of rent negotiations, to tower construction and the landlord seeing the first rent check, how long does it typically take, say, for a suburban area in the pacific northwest?

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Oct 01, 2013
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by: Tower Genius

It depends on the site, the zoning, the carrier, the attorney's, the neighborhood response the construction manager and a plethora of other things. Take whatever timeframe the site acquisition representative told you and add 3 to 6 months to the back end of it just to be safe. Typically from initial site identification to the first cell tower rent check is 1.5 to 2 years. Double that in San Francisco or anywhere you have morons running things.

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