SDI: Recalculating Building Rentable Square Footage (RSF) According to BOMA 2017
Now’s the time to revisit your building’s rentable square footage! On October 16, 2017, BOMA International released the 2017 Office Standard – the real estate industry’s de facto standard for measuring buildings’ rentable square footage. Depending on a combination of factors including your building’s vertical penetrations, decks/terraces and inter-building areas, the 2017 standard can change your current RSF.
Read BOMA Chicago’s FOUR WAYS ACCURATE SQUARE FOOTAGE CAN IMPACT A PROPERTY’S FINANCIAL POSITION AND ACCOUNTING PRACTICES authored by SDI’s Bob Ladner.
For 20 years, SDI has specialized in helping commercial real estate portfolio owners and property managers maximize the revenue generation potential of their properties. Trusted by the nation’s top real estate developers, owners, and managers, SDI has assessed over 200M square footage of properties across the United States, adding over $285M in revenue for our clients.
Read our blog post on How BOMA 2017 Can Change Your Building’s Rentable Square Footage (RSF).
Contact us today to discuss how BOMA 2017 can impact your building’s rentable square footage.