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Case
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Reference no. 9-812-056
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 2011
Version: 17 October 2011
Length: 27 pages
Data source: Field research
Topics: Leasing; Negotiation

Abstract

It is the August, 2011 and Shanghai and China are in a real estate bubble. But the office leasing market seems to be still healthy. Camille Ping has a 2000 square meter tenant prospect, Advanced Furniture Systems, to move into Corporate Avenue, a new 67,000 square meter first class office building which is part of the Shui On Land Taipingqiao development in Puxi. The landlord and the tenant have agreed upon a letter of intent and Camille, also known as the 'Iron Lady', has sent a draft lease for the tenant's review and signature. In response, the tenant's lawyer has sent back a detailed written response raising 25 questions. The leasing broker is anxious to close the deal. Camille has to decide how to proceed with the negotiation and how to respond to the myriad of issues raised in the tenant's lawyer's letter.
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Abstract

It is the August, 2011 and Shanghai and China are in a real estate bubble. But the office leasing market seems to be still healthy. Camille Ping has a 2000 square meter tenant prospect, Advanced Furniture Systems, to move into Corporate Avenue, a new 67,000 square meter first class office building which is part of the Shui On Land Taipingqiao development in Puxi. The landlord and the tenant have agreed upon a letter of intent and Camille, also known as the 'Iron Lady', has sent a draft lease for the tenant's review and signature. In response, the tenant's lawyer has sent back a detailed written response raising 25 questions. The leasing broker is anxious to close the deal. Camille has to decide how to proceed with the negotiation and how to respond to the myriad of issues raised in the tenant's lawyer's letter.

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