Retail Leasing

Northgate Commercial’s retail leasing professionals have helped retailers expand into new markets through proven leasing services and solutions. They have also aided Landlord’s in their search for prospective tenants to occupy their commercial property.

Tenant Representation

Site Selection

Our seasoned tenant representation team combines expert market knowledge with in-depth research to support market expansion and site selection.

Lease Terms

To ensure that your business thrives, we craft and negotiate crucial lease terms to minimize maintenance and NNN expenses, and deliver polished tenant improvements.  From stand-alone buildings and retail shopping centers, to professional office, and medical spaces, the leasing team has successfully executed deals for tenants from a local to national scale.

Landlord Representation

Polished from years of successful retail leasing and active market involvement, the Northgate Commecial leasing team is prepared to address all leasing assignments. Our professionals understand the subtle signs and crucial elements to retail leasing and shopping center success. This indispensable knowledge is vital in finding the right tenant for our client’s property and retaining key retailers when leases come up for renewal.


Key Strategies to Success

Northgate is fully engaged with every Landlord, Tenant, and Vendor that we bring to the table.
In addition to online marketing, we develop a strong rapport with every contact.

The Northgate advantage includes:

  • Over 11,000 contacts (local, regional, national)
  • Proactive daily calling scheduals
  • Thorough tenant prospecting and qualifying
  • Weekly market drives and tenant tours
  • Void analysis mapping
  • Relentless pursuit of logical prospects

Online Marketing

Northgate subscribes to online commercial leasing services including but not limited too Costar,Loopnet, and Property Line, all of which are valuable and useful tools to expose the property deeper into the marketplace.  Additionally, Northgate works with local businesses, non-profit entities, and city governments to further expose the asset.