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Jim Travers

It’s tough to be a commercial tenant in Los Angeles. In the 40 years I’ve been a commercial broker here, I’ve seen my clients face ever-increasing rents, and most leases are designed by landlords, for landlords. As just one example — recently most leases have changed the way space is measured, so that they charge tenants for your elevator shafts and stairwells, even lobbies.


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