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  • Writer's pictureRaphael Collazo

What is Work Letter in Real Estate?

A work letter is a document that outlines the terms and conditions for tenant improvements to a commercial property. In a commercial lease, a work letter is often included as a separate document or as a part of the lease agreement itself.


A work letter typically includes detailed specifications for the tenant improvements that are to be made to the property, including the scope of the work, the materials and finishes to be used, and any other requirements or restrictions. It may also include provisions for the payment of the costs associated with the tenant improvements, such as whether the landlord or tenant is responsible for paying for the work and how the costs will be allocated.


Work letters are an important part of the lease negotiation process in commercial real estate, as they help to ensure that both the landlord and tenant have a clear understanding of the terms and conditions under which the tenant improvements will be made. They can also help to protect the interests of both parties by establishing clear guidelines for the completion of the work and the allocation of costs.


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