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Managing Rent Relief Through COVID-19

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The notoriously competitive rental landscape in New York City commands premiums from business tenants who now find themselves in contractual limbo...

 

Managing Rent Relief Through COVID-19

Program offered in cooperation with FACCNYC
April 29, 2020 at 12:00 Noon (CDT)

This program is FREE for FACC members
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DISCUSSION

The notoriously competitive rental landscape in New York City commands premiums from business tenants who now find themselves in contractual limbo. Unable to access their office space, with teams dispersed remotely, their overhead continues to grow as their budgets and profits hang in the balance.

Guest speakers Deborah van der Heyden and Paul Ferraro of JLL with Jason Aster of KBA Lease Services address the complexities of a post-COVID-19 world with a focus on the inevitable future workplace changes and how to best prepare for the eventual return to working in the office.

 

MEET THE PANELISTS

Deborah van der Heyden & Paul Ferraro: JLL is a global, full-service real estate services firm. Deborah and Paul’s tenant representation-only team at JLL manages portfolios for corporations with strategic occupancy services that include support of lease transactions, cost-reduction strategies, project management, alongside other services offered by JLL. 

Jason Aster is an attorney and senior leader at KBA Lease Services, the nation’s pioneering lease audit advisory firm which uniquely combines legal, forensic accounting, operational, and facilities acumen to ensure tenants are getting what they expected out of their lease deals.  In addition to fixing tactical and accounting-type errors, KBA enhances ROI by resolving issues that are not, on their face, landlord errors but are actually rooted in opaque lease language and overall inequitable financial treatment.  

 

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