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Generally, landlords prefer to define the tenant’s use clause very narrowly in order to have control over its property, the profits derived therefrom, and its tenant mix.
When evaluating whether to permit a certain type of use, landlords won’t ordinarily consider whether the use will increase operating expenses of the building or add to traffic in the lobby of the building.