putting antennas on our condo rooftop

by Ann
(1720 Harrison Street Hollywood, Florida 33020)

We are an 18 story building in Hollywood Florida located around Young Circle. We currently have 2 antenna companies on our rooftop and are interested in at least 2 more. Can you advise us what the procedure is. Thank you...Ann B

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Mar 08, 2012
Figure out how the other carriers are providing coverage
by: Airwave

You need to figure out how the two other carriers are providing coverage to the area and why they are not on your rooftop. Pull up an aerial map of your building from Bing or Google and you can usually spot the cellular equipment on the rooftop.

First of all, you need to make sure that the subleasing / subletting language in your lease allows you to bring additional carriers to your Premises without having one of the existing tenants squeeze them into their leased area and have all the benefit.

Let's say you already have Sprint and AT&T on your rooftop, and you'd like to get T-Mobile and Verizon wireless and you have figured out that they are leasing rooftop space from a competing building down the street. It's a bit unorthodox, but you can submit a real estate contact form to them directly by going to this link on our website http://www.cell-phone-towers.com/Cell-Tower-On-Your-Property.html and tell them that you have an approved site and they can also lease space from you at a discounted price, or even give them a rent abatement for the first few years. You need to give them an incentive to move to your building.

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