State facilities and land

Leasing services in state-owned facilities

  • Needs assessment and planning assistance (timing, square footage, functionality, cost forecast, strategy and best options)
  • Market research and site search to find leased space that aligns strategic business, financial and operational objectives
  • Interpreting terms and conditions of your lease
  • Political notifications
  • Drafting and soliciting Requests for Information (RFI)
  • Facilitating personal tours of prospective properties
  • Providing comparison of landlord proposals and guidance for decision making
  • Negotiating lease terms and drafting lease agreement
  • Lease administration such as lease audit or operating expense reconciliation and lease enforcement as requested by customer
  • Facilitating scheduling of Capital Projects Advisory Board reviews as needed
  • Providing access to third party brokers and working with the client agency to determine best options for external brokerage​
Additional lease-related services for a fee:
  • Office relocation planning and coordination
  • Interior space planning services for private sector leases
  • Interagency service agreements
  • Tenant Improvement (TI) coordination

Services for purchase or sale of real estate 

How private owners and realtors lease to the state

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Phase 1 - Planning

Phase 2 - Searching for space

Phase 3 - Negotiating

Phase 4 - Preparing lease agreements

Leasing agents find space in both DAS-owned facilities and privately owned facilities. 

DAS-owned buildings have two rent models: uniform rent and self-support rent. ​

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If you are a tenant in a DAS-owned building

Projects submitted by 5 p.m. Friday will be reviewed  at the following Wednesday meeting.   
 
If you currently lease space in a privately-owned building

​In certain cases, both forms may be required. 
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  • Office relocation planning and coordination
  • Interior space planning services for private sector leases
  • Interagency service agreements
  • Tenant Improvement (TI) coordination

Services for purchase or sale of real estate 

How private owners and realtors lease to the state​

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Energy
Energy conservation expectations Tenant Handbook ​

Water

On July 27, 2016, Governor Brown issued Executive Order 15-09 directing state agencies to reduce water consumption by 15 percent or more across all state-owned facilities on or before December 31, 2020.

As the state explores avenues to conserve water in its own assets, we kindly ask tenants in state-owned buildings to look for warys to reduce non-essential water consumption wherever practicable.

Visit www.drought.oregon.gov  to learn more about drought conditions in Oregon and suggestions for water conservation.    

Sustainability

Learn more about sustainability efforts in state government. ​


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