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Our goal is to get the best possible real estate solution for every tenant we serve. That means not only the best lease terms, but the best space to fit your unique requirements. We partner with you – get to know you – and get to know your needs. Then we put our years of experience and customized process to work getting you optimum space for optimum value.

Tenant Advisory Group, LLC, is a best-in-class Chicago Commercial Real Estate Broker comprised of knowledgeable, experienced corporate real estate consultants. Our strategic consulting, paired with our new lease and lease renewal negotiation expertise, ensures that we will get you the best deal out there. With our years of experience in negotiating commercial lease terms, we can help our clients get more out of their building leases.

If you are considering – or currently are – renting business premises, contact us to see how we can help you get the most value out of your space. Whether you are looking for medical offices for rent, industrial buildings for rent, Chicago warehouse space or any other type of commercial space, we have the knowledge to guide you.


Chicago is home to a variety of diverse neighborhoods. Finding the perfect location for your business can be difficult. Below are 4 of our favorite neighborhoods that range in everything from style to price. South Loop Price: $$$$ The South Loop can be on the pricy side, but the historic buildings and beautiful surroundings certainly […]

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“When is the right time to negotiate my lease,” is one of the most common questions when it comes to commercial real estate. The answer is simple: now! A company’s business should fuel its real estate needs, not the other way around. The real estate should support the business.   A common misconception is that […]

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1) What is “Additional Rent,” and how is it affected by the lease type? Your rent is calculated from two subfigures: base rent and additional rent. Base rent is the rate of payment that allows the tenant to possess the subject premises. Any other charges beyond the base rent are known as additional rent. The […]

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2) Should “Build-Outs”  be in my contract?  Who pays for the build-out? Build-Outs are required when the leased space needs to be upgraded or remodeled for the tenant’s commercial needs. Due to the major expense of any construction on a space, this is something that should be a part of the lease. The landlord can […]

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3) How is my rental rate determined? The cost of a space is determined by several extraneous factors. Whether the market is down or up, square footage is the only really reliable way to gauge your rental fees. Office and retail spaces are calculated on a per square foot/per year basis. Industrial rents are usually […]

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