Thank you for your prompt reply.
In my situation, the dominant exterior wall are more than 70% glass windows. The bricks though are the exterior wall. So do I use the bricks are the exterior dominant surface or the glass as the exterior dominant surface to measure store area?
Thank you again.
In a 2 story building mixed use that was built in 2006, where the tenants upstairs are - a big dental office, an accounting office, and downstairs, a medical office, a Tully's coffee shop and a Restaurant(my Space). It is safe to say more than 50% of the Rentable are considered Office Space in the building.
In my lease, Calculations of Rentable area was based on Boma Standard Methods measuring Floor Area in the Building and all other Building common areas not located on my floor. It also stated that Rentable Space is measured from the outside of all exterior walls or perimeter walls.
So my question is:
Can the Building Owner use the store area calculation to measure my Restaurant space for Rentable Area which is measured from the outside exterior walls or should he used the Boma Office standard which is measured from the inside glass line to inside surface walls instead since most Rentable in the building are Office Space? Assuming it was based on 1996 Boma since building was built in 2006?
Thank you in advance.