"We are looking for a financial institution as an anchor tenant," he said.
"I look at an arena as the anchor tenant for a much larger program."
"We were supposed to be the anchor tenant," he said.
"It all depends on where the anchor tenants want to go," he said.
The authority, in turn, would be the anchor tenant for Tower 3.
It contains 160 stores, five of which are anchor tenants.
Our Home is one of the very first anchor tenants located inside the mall.
The building is notable for being completed without an anchor tenant.
Developers usually find a deal with an anchor tenant before beginning construction.
National Bookstore is one of the anchor tenants inside the mall.
The building has been known under a series of names in the past as its main tenants have changed.
Disney would also be the main tenant in the retail and entertainment area of the complex.
The new policy calls for the Government initially to be the main tenant of the private space station.
Most small companies do not get the opportunity to go into a new building as the main tenant, much less have a say in its design.
Although there is no new main tenant the towers will be built.
Salomon Brothers, which was to have been the main tenant, withdrew in 1987.
At the time, there still was hope that Amtrak would be the main tenant in the new station.
A sports store and gym now serve as the main tenants.
The main tenant of the ground floor and basement (Adler fashion) closed in 2006.
The main tenant of the building was the Toronto Star.
For the time being, Sears is the primary tenant of the tower, which will continue to be the company's headquarters.
Facing the loss of the hall's primary tenant, Simon was forced to offer the building for sale.
For many years, the primary tenant had been Reed Smith law firm.
The primary tenant since the building's opening has been the Ottawa 67s junior men's team.
The team, which won a division title in 2003-04, remains Centre 200's primary tenant to this day.
The primary tenant is that leaders should love those they serve as leader.
Soon after, the primary tenant decided to keep the space.
Actually, many primary tenants may never have to deeply discount their space.
The arena seats up 17,174 for its primary tenant, the Ducks.
The decision held that the apartments were not being occupied by the primary tenant, the hospital.
When the prime tenant moves out, though, the roommate also must leave.
No longer can a substandard building attract prime tenants simply because of a stellar address.
"I don't think he's going to have any problem over the long run of renting that place with prime tenants."
A Chandler's shoe store had been the prime tenant in a small building on the site.
Even so, there could be problems if the prime tenant is indeed getting far less for the space than he owes the landlord each month.
Studies have shown that a price cause of homelessness is eviction by the prime tenant.
That is true even if the subtenant remains in the apartment without the prime tenant's consent.
If the apartment is furnished, the prime tenant can charge 10 percent more than the allowable rent.
"And there is certainly no authority for the prime tenant to increase the rent to $1,000," he said.
The arrangement you have with the prime tenant probably is not a valid sublet.