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The airport is asking for a minimum annual guarantee of C$215,000, with percentage rents of 8% at the main floor coffee outlet and second floor full-service outlet, plus 9% at the second floor quick-service outlet.
It includes a number of potential opportunities for the guaranteed annual withdrawal amount to increase, such as quarterly step-ups, a 7% minimum annual guarantee for the first 10 contract years (if there are no withdrawals in the previous contract year and no more than one withdrawal since contract issue) and a 200% cumulative guarantee after 10 years (assuming no withdrawals during the 10-year period).
In addition to paying Los Angeles World Airports a minimum annual guarantee of USD4.
Minimum annual guarantees from port tenants provided for $274 million in 2011, accounting for nearly 66% of total port revenues and providing over 1.
Other features of Airport Retail's winning bid include: -- commitment to "street pricing," in which they charge prices comparable to those found in greater Boston, -- Boston- and New England-themed store design featuring local products, -- strong financials, with minimum annual guarantee of $1.
Fitch notes the port's strong minimum annual guarantee agreements (MAGs) and other fixed lease payments, which comprise approximately 81% of the seaport's revenue base and are long-term in nature.
The agreement provides for a minimum annual guarantee as well as a percentage of all L Rex sales incorporating the Nocopi technology.
Minimum annual guarantees from port tenants provided for $268.