American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To sublet (property).
- v. To rent (property) under a sublease.
- n. A lease of property granted by a lessee.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In law, an under-lease; a lease granted by one who is himself a lessee or tenant. For some purposes, a sublease for the entire remaining term of the sublessor is deemed an assignment rather than a sublease.
- To underlease.
- n. A lease on something made by someone who already leases it.
- v. To lease something that is already leased; to sublet.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Law) A lease by a tenant or lessee to another person; an underlease.
- v. lease or rent all or part of (a leased or rented property) to another person
- n. a lease from one lessee to another
- sub- + lease (Wiktionary)
“The amount of sublease space in a market can affect the extent to which landlords can push up rents, because their "direct" space is competing with short-term sublease space that is often much cheaper, and tenants have more bargaining power.”
“That has pushed the so-called sublease space available up to 1.8 million square feet in the second quarter from about one-third that amount a year earlier.”
“& Co. and Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. have put huge chunks of office space on the so-called sublease market, which adds to supply and depresses prices.”
“The report shows 215,000 square feet of office space available for sublease, which is low compared to a peak of 700,000 square feet of sublease space in 2002, shortly after an economic downturn in 2001.”
“Playboy Enterprises Inc. has put its Lake Shore Drive headquarters space up for sublease, a step likely to rekindle talk that Chicago could lose a ...”
“Playboy Enterprises Inc. has put its Lake Shore Drive headquarters space up for sublease, a step likely to rekindle talk that Chicago could lose a corporate headquarters.”
“The sublease offer comes as Playboy's directors are weighing a proposal from founder and majority owner Hugh Hefner to take the company private.”
“Impacts related to the sale of mortgage- and asset-backed securities and plans to reduce its work force by 1,400 employees and consolidate its real estate through moves such as lease terminations and sublease arrangements walloped its latest result.”
“Mr. Menashe will continue to sublease space to individual food retailers and restaurants, including many of those currently there.”
“The Rube Goldberg plan is for the taxpayer-funded Kansas City Planned Industrial Expansion Authority to lease the project to a development company, which will sublease the project to another company, which will then sub-sublease the project to the federal government.”
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