• Warehouse Locations for Lease

    We have assisted businesses with lease negotiations on warehouse space that make sense for their bottom line.

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  • Restaurant Locations for Lease

    We have assisted many restaurant owners with leases that make sense for their bottom line. We can assist you too!

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  • Retail Locations for Lease

    We have assisted many businesses with finding visible retail locations that make sense for their business and bottom line.

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Tenant Representation

Landlords and their leasing agents work to ensure they get top dollar for new leases while limiting their risk and liability. That is why you need Retro Commercial to assist you with your commercial real estate needs and act as an advocate. We work for you, not the landlord!

Retro Commercial is a proven market leader in the commercial real estate industry and it reflects in the unique approach we take when representing our tenants and buyers. Over the past decade and a half, we have worked ethically and honestly to ensure that we get our clients the best deal possible. We take time to understand our clients, their business model, competition, and negotiate terms that will allow them to be successful.  We consider ourselves part of our client's team as an External Real Estate Department, and advocate for them. 

We represent tenants and buyers in all industry types with their lease or purchase negotiations, regardless of size. We have assisted tenants and buyers with projects ranging from 250 square feet of office space, to 5,000 square feet of turn key restaurant and retail space, and 6,000 square feet of medical facility space. We make our clients and their financial goals a priority!

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Our team would be happy to learn about your business, goals, and real estate needs. We invite you to schedule a free, no obligation commercial real estate consultation with us. 
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Tenant Representation Services

Anchor Tenant Development
Contractions and Consolidations
Expansions in the Existing Facility
Feasibility Studies
Financing and Lending Options
Lease Buyouts and Terminations
Lease vs. Purchase Evaluation
Lease-to-Own Structuring
New Building Construction
Property Due Diligence
Purchase and Sale Agreements
Renewals and Restructurings
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