In addition, the landlord can argue that the government's continuous security presence has destroyed its right to dispose of its rights to control and use the common areas
. Although the landlord may arguably retain the "bare legal right" to dispose of the common area
should it desire to sell the building, the government's permanent occupancy of the common areas
for security purposes has rendered this right worthless.
The Willamalane Park and Recreation District has started work to transform a rundown common area
into a new park.
Working with the provider for Mather Pavilion of Evanston, Ill., architect Mithun won high marks for achieving an impressive level of "residential character" for a common area
with a core area renovation cost of just $55 per square foot.
The boutique hotel was built in 1985 and ING Clarion plans a $1.9 million renovation project that will preserve the hotel's charm while upgrading the common area
and guest rooms, as well as modernizing the elevators.
In fact, each neighborhood is themed after a particular common area
that is located within it.
If anyone challenged him on his measurement, he would explain that since each tenant uses his lobby, each tenant must pay for its proportionate share of that common area
The building consists of three structures--two three-story facilities and a common area
connecting the two main structures, one of which is designed for the future addition of a fourth floor.
We were responsible for common area
renovations, including the hallways and corridors, and later took over the exterior waterproofing of all three buildings.
The common area
hallways are patterned in a zigzag fashion, creating private entry alcoves leading into spacious interiors.
New construction will consist of three state-of-the-art buildings, two three-story facilities and a common area
connecting the two main structures.