white box

I need a definition of a commercial white box.
In Leasing Property - Asked by John C. - Oct 24, 2011
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Dan T.
Broker/Agent
West Bend, WI

The term "white box" in most cases, refers to a commercial space with the basic four walls a finshed or unfinished ceiling and limeted lighting and floor covering. The space does not include any special build out a tenant may need. Any buildout is negotiable as to who is going to pay for it and as to how it is done.

Oct 24, 2011
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Joe D.
Broker/Agent
Crown Point, IN

Dan is pretty much right on, but don't be afraid to ask. It is one of those terms that is a bit vague.

Nov 2, 2011
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Michael L.
Broker/Agent
Altadena, CA

And just so you know, since you asked, a grey box is more simple than a white box, sometimes without doors or windows, just walls and a roof

Nov 15, 2011
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