how to lease my small tower

by Dave Prindiville
(Sacramento CA)

110 foot tower

110 foot tower

I own a tower adjacent to my warehouse, and over the past ten years it has been leased to Skytel Communications. Recently they backed out of the two years remaining on the lease because of financial hardship.

Can you help in releasing the tower? It is a 110 foot small, narrow tower located in Sacramento . Photo's attached.

Please respond .

Thank you,

Dave Prindiville

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Jan 24, 2011
Lease your small tower to 4G carriers
by: Anonymous

The site may be good for Clearwire or Lightsquared. It's all the rage now regarding 4G and these providers will be looking for rooftops or existing towers to deploy their antennas.

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