Tenant Improvements

Example Definitions of "Tenant Improvements"
Tenant Improvements. Those improvements to the Premises, if any, to be constructed by Tenant pursuant to the terms of the Work Letter Agreement attached as EXHIBIT C.
Tenant Improvements. The improvements to the Premises to be constructed by Tenant pursuant to EXHIBIT C.
Tenant Improvements. All improvements, alterations, and work to be installed or performed by Tenant pursuant to the Final CDs with respect to refurbishment or construction of improvements in the Premises
Tenant Improvements. Any and all permanent improvements, furnishings, fixtures, equipment, wiring and finishing that Tenant may desire in the Premises that are approved by Landlord, such approval not unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed
Tenant Improvements. All interior portions of the Building to be constructed by Landlord for Tenant pursuant to this Agreement and the Approved Construction Plans, including but not limited to, electrical systems, heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems ("HVAC"), plumbing and fire sprinkler systems (to the extent the electrical, HVAC, plumbing and fire sprinkler systems are not included in the Building Shell), interior partitions, millwork, floor coverings, acoustical ceilings, interior painting, and... similar items View More
Tenant Improvements. The improvements constructed to prepare the Premises for occupancy by Tenant as described in Exhibit D.
Tenant Improvements. Any Alterations desired to be completed by Tenant in the Fifth Amendment Expansion Space or the Original Premises.
Tenant Improvements. All improvements, alterations, and work to be installed or performed in or made to the Premises as shown on the Final CDs
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