insurance (TENANT AND VENDOR)

Tenant Insurance Requirements

In accordance with Tenant’s Lease, your company is required to furnish Building Management with a Certificate of Insurance naming the respective entities for the Landlord and Building Management as additional insured, and showing proof of liability and hazard coverage with the specified amount that is listed per your lease agreement.


Insurance Description                     Amount of Coverage
Public Liability                                      2 Million per aggregate
Business Interruption                                       6 Months

Tenant should submit certificate of insurance via email to management office: 

                         ginger.sneltjes@cushwake.com

The certificate should name the following as additional insureds:

  • Landlord: Pembroke TCM Atria LLC
  • Building Management: Cushman & Wakefield, U.S., Inc.      

Vendor/Contractor Insurance Requirements

Landlord requires all on site Vendors / Contractors, whether contracted by Building Management or by the Tenant, to provide us with an original, current Certificate or Insurance for the Building. This Certificate must have additional insured language that reads exactly as stated below:


The certificate should name the following as additional insureds:

  • Landlord: Pembroke TCM Atria LLC
  • Building Management: Cushman & Wakefield U.S., Inc., 



Please list the certificate holder as Cushman & Wakefield U.S., Inc. and email to the management office:

                                                   ginger.sneltjes@cushwake.com     

    

The following are the insurance limitations that are required of our vendors / contractors.

Vendors / Contractor will be required to maintain, at all times and at its sole expense, the following insurance. All such Insurance shall be written through insurance carriers acceptable to Building Management and Landlord, and licensed in the state these services are to be performed.


  • Worker’s Compensation Insurance with statutory limits and employer’s liability coverage of not less than $500,000.
  • Commercial General Liability insurance with limits of at least $1,000,000 per occurrence plus $2,000,000 general aggregate.
  • Excess Umbrella coverage $2,000,000
  • General Liability AND Excess Umbrella must total $4,000,000.
  • The foregoing insurance shall cover, but not be limited to, the following:
    • Premises-Operations
    • Products/Completed Operations Hazard
    • Contractual Liability
    • Broad Form property Damage
    • Independent Contractors
    • Personal Injury Liability


The liability insurance policy or policies required here under shall name Building Management and Landlord as Additional Insureds. Each policy shall be endorsed to provide that a written notice of cancellation, lapse, or change of Vendor / Contractor’s insurance will be sent to Building Management and Landlord but Vendor / Contractor’s insurance carrier at least 60 days prior to the effective date of such cancellation, lapse, or change.


Vendor / Contractor agree to provide replacement cost property insurance to cover all equipment and supplies that it owns and brings onto the Building. 


Vendor / Contractor shall hold Building Management and Landlord free and harmless from and against any and all liability to Vendor / Contractor or third parties resulting from the loss of, or damage to, property or equipment owned or rented by Vendor / Contractor which is used, or contemplated for use, by Vendor / Contractor in the performance of the Work, including liability caused in part, but not exclusively, by the negligence of Building Management or Landlord, but excluding liability for any loss or damage to such property or equipment caused exclusively by Building Management’s or Landlord’s negligence. 

rent payment and accounting

Rent Payment & Accounting Procedure

Tenants will receive a monthly statement as a courtesy; however, per Tenant’s lease agreement, payment of rent and operating charges are due on or before the first of each month, regardless of receipt of statements.


The statements are sent approximately on the 20th of the month and would include charges for the Rent of premises, Operating Expense and Real Estate Taxes for that month, as well as, any miscellaneous charges incurred for the periods prior to that month. Please submit any changes to the billing address and/or contact in writing to the Building Management office.


Remember payments not received on or before 1st of the month may be considered delinquent and subject to late fees/interests.  If you have any questions or concerns about your account, please contact the Building Management office. 

Remittance Address

Please contact Building Management for this information.

Electronic Payment / ACH

Electronic payment via wire / ACH is available.  If your company chooses to utilize this payment method, please note that the Building Management office requires a notification of payment sent.  Please contact Building Management for further details.   

tenant improvements and construction

Any Tenant improvement, including but not limited to, construction due to expansion, remodeling, plumbing or electrical work performed after move-in must be coordinated through the Building Management office to ensure that all work meets building, safety and fire code requirements while maintaining architectural quality control.


If you are contemplating any such work, please contact the Building Management office as soon as possible to reduce delays and ensure timely completion of your project. 


Building Management works with a number of contractors that are familiar with and have previous experience with the Building and can coordinate the project. 


If Tenant chooses to contract with an outside vendor, Building Management must be notified in writing of any work, including submission of plans, in advance of work beginning.


  • Refer to lease for Tenant’s obligations.


  • Contractor and Sub-contractors must provide insurance certificates and list Landlord and Building Management as additional insured.


  • Contractor and sub-contractor must sign off that they have read the Building’s construction rules and regulation and this document must be submitted to management prior to work commencing – contact management for copy of document.


  • All work must comply with city, state and federal regulations, including obtaining permits.  All final permits and certificate of occupancy, if applicable, must be submitted to management once project completed.  


  • A copy of the contractors’ executed contract, final plans showing all changes if any, invoices, and lien waivers must be submitted to Landlord once project is completed.


Any work initiated without the approval of the Landlord is subject to removal at the Tenant’s expense. This procedure is strictly enforced, as both the Landlord and Tenant may incur substantial risk if work does not meet all applicable legal requirements. 

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