New York Commercial Lease Agreement
The New York commercial lease agreements are allowed for the use of any landlord-tenant relationship that involves the usable space for business or personal use by an individual or entity. The landlord’s first objective when identifying a potential tenant is to determine if they are suitable for the premises by checking all local zoning laws to ensure that the space meets all local ordinances. From there the landlord will usually ask to see the individual or entity’s credentials with the rental application and view their income profile, past income and corporate tax filings, references for landlord history, and any other information such as bank accounts to view and verify balances. Once a tenant has been approved and the terms are agreed upon may the parties come to a written lease ready for signature.
Landlord or tenant should refer to the New York Supplement for Commercial Leases.
- Generic Short Form – PDF | Word
- Ground – PDF | Word
- Office – PDF | Word
- Retail – PDF | Word
- SubLease – PDF | Word