Tenant Finish Case Study Boulder, Colorado

Hillcrest Glass, flat glass and glazing contractor

Background:
Tenant finish allowance is the amount of money which a landlord agrees to give the tenant to remodel the tenant’s space. It’s usually expressed as a dollar amount per square foot. The amount is subject to negotiation between the landlord and tenant. This amount and the work to be done is a key to completing a commercial property rental agreement.Tenant finishes in Boulder county properties have become increasingly sophisticated and are very time sensitive. Because commercial space vacancies are up, landlords are extremely anxious to meet tenant demands and get a lease signed.

Tenant finishes for our glass company include:

  • All-glass entrances, sliding doors and conference rooms
  • Commercial doors and entrances
  • Glass railing
  • Mirrors
  • Glass shelving
  • Interior glass for doors and sidelites
  • Decorative specialty glass and acrylic

The Projects:
Hillcrest Glass was awarded the contracts for custom glass and glazing for the following tenant finishes:

  • Colorado Athletic Club – 29th Street – Boulder, Colorado
  • Pedal to Properties – 2528 Pearl St. – Boulder, Colorado
  • The Peloton Sales Office – 1685 38th St. – Boulder, Colorado
  • Pharmion- 2525 28th St – Boulder, Colorado
  • Infoture – 2060 Broadway St. – Boulder, Colorado
  • Grant & Grant – 275 S. Main St. – Longmont, Colorado
  • All City Solutions – 436 Main St. – Longmont, Colorado
  • Country Financial – Interlocken – Broomfield, Colorado

Special Considerations:

  • Very tight schedules
  • Need to work around other trades and coordinate schedules
  • Often have unique materials and designs
  • Remodels & retro-fits of older buildings often yield surprises

Conclusion:
Hillcrest Glass has long term relationships with many contractors who do tenant finishes. These projects are very rewarding as they prepare buildings for a new venture to begin.

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