COMMERCIAL LEASING


The principals, brokers and staff of HelmsleySpear have represented landlords and tenants in the leasing of millions of square feet of office, medical and retail space throughout the United States for over 140 years. In representing owners, HelmsleySpear develops and directs aggressive leasing campaigns which carefully position an office property for full occupancy. In representing tenants, HelmsleySpear brings its ownership experience to bear on behalf of its clients, negotiating competitive leasing transactions which ensure the tenant’s long-term beneficial occupancy and financial success.

HelmsleySpear’s leasing department is broken up into two areas comprised of The Agency Group and The Promotional Group. While The Agency Group focuses on ownership services at the property level, tenants and the brokerage community, The Promotional Group addresses the specific needs of tenants. Both groups avail themselves of the firm’s important market information.

It is the team effort of both Agency and Promotional brokerage that rounds out our team approach to leasing and problem solving. While some companies approach their leasing services by assembling many individual teams in-house who compete against one another, HelmsleySpear brings together an organization of professionals who are dedicated to delivering results in a group effort with all members working in a cooperative manner to help support the needs of our clients.

HelmsleySpear takes an owner's approach to all the buildings that it manages and leases. In that regard, the firm offers expertise in marketing and leasing, and takes a proactive approach to leasing space prior to its availability. With our progressive Space Management System, we monitor the entire building and put the owner in a strengthened bargaining position by delivering information in advance of when decisions are needed to be made. By tracking market rates and by monitoring where and when space becomes available, we assist our clients in making the optimal decisions—whether to renegotiate with an existing tenant, to distribute space on a given floor for maximum potential, or to offer space on the open market.