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Real Estate Restart Guide
Every year, Hunter College admits individuals and organizations onto its campuses with license agreements for Retail and Space Rentals. The college will continue to make space available in a safe way for long and short-term space rentals.
Moving forward, Hunter College will follow the General Safety Guidelines of the College and NYS Forward for industry-specific guidelines in order to resume retail and space rentals that provide safe on-campus experiences. We will work closely with our licensees to ensure these safety practices are followed.
Hunter College offers third-party renters the ability to book space at each of our properties. Rentals will be managed to meet the capacity levels targeted by the college during different stages of the plan. When possible, rental populations will be provided with separate entry and exit or scheduled during an off-peak time.
There are a number of large spaces on our campuses that can be made available on a limited basis for rentals. These include large outdoor spaces such as the Terraces on Main Campus as well as auditoria, the Kaye Playhouse, and performance and rehearsal studios throughout the North Building and Thomas Hunter Hall.
- Utilize New OGC-approved License Agreements
- Campuses shall be responsible for negotiating the agreements,
- The license agreement will provide that the cost and care of the safety and security of the licensee, its personnel, guests and invitees shall be the responsibility of the licensee and not the University, college, or related entity.
- The agreement shall not require the college to incur any additional responsibilities that might indirectly place a strain on University resources, including University Public Safety services.
- The agreement must provide that the sanitization and restoration of campus property and facilities shall be the responsibility of the licensee and subject to standards developed by the college with the support and cooperation of the University, and shall in all cases address union harmony.
- Agreements must be executed by an officer of the respective college or related entity.
- Reporting and Noncompliance
- If we are made aware of a COVID-19 virus outbreak associated with the licensee or the event covered by the license, our Rentals Team will tell our Coronavirus Campus Liaison who shall notify the Office of the COO and the OGC.