Closing stores

In the life cycle of premises comes a point where you have to pass it to a new tenant.

There are different standards for the transfer of the premises. In practice, most often we encounter the two types: the so-called shell and core, ie. premises with no finishes preserved, only connection points, and as-is, so a place as it is. In the latter case, most often all moving parts are removed, primarily furniture, and are left all the built-in elements.

It is important to pay attention on these issues when signing a lease. The need for demolition work after taking over the premises is not just an additional cost, but more importantly the time that set back the opening day.