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Gabriel Safar, founder and CEO of LeasePilot Gabriel Safar, co-founder and CEO of LeasePilot

NEW YORK CITY—Historically, the tenant-landlord relationship has been fairly transactional: the tenant occupies a space and pays the landlord rent to use it, in a deal that often lasts years or even decades. With more and more companies growing rapidly and offering employees flexible work arrangements, tenants expect more from their landlords. Commercial property owners are now adopting a more tenant-centric mindset to stay competitive.

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