lease (something) to (someone or something)

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lease (something) to (someone or something)

To rent a property to some person, group, or company. We actually lease the land to the oil companies while the dig for oil, and we get a percentage of the profit should they find anything. I'm leasing the office to my son-in-law while he gets his business set up.
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lease something (out) to someone

to rent something to someone. The company leases cars out to its customers. Can you lease this building to me for two years? Lease out only the first two floors.
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1.168(i)-2 targets gets a commonly used tax-exempt leasing structure known as an "accelerator" or "replacement lease." Under the 1984 Pickle-Dole legislation, property leased to a tax-exempt entity (including foreign entities) must be depreciated over a recovery period not less than 125% of the lease term.
* Substantially all the SPE's activities involve assets to be leased to a single lessee.
Over 175,000 square feet had been leased to tenants such as St.
At Aviation Plaza, which Levin leases and manages on behalf of SSR Realty Advisors, 8,350 square feet was leased to Southern Smokehouse, which joins restaurateurs Boulder Creek, Appleby's, Checkers and Starbucks.
The third story of approximately 120,000 square feet is leased to Caldor as part of a six store transaction, for 25-year term that is expected to begin between October of 1993 and November 1994.
In the Bronx, the Alexander's Third Avenue store was net leased to an affiliated corporation of the Conway Stores for 30 years.