Definitions for "ANCHOR TENANT"
Major tenant in a shopping center that serves as a magnet to attract customers to the center.
A prime tenant in a shopping center, such as an established department store, which attracts the bulk of customers to the center. Smaller tenants are referred to as satellite tenants.
The most reliable, and usually the largest, tenant in a shopping center. The strength of the anchor tenant greatly effects the availability of financing for the shopping center. The term may also be used to describe a tenant in an office building, industrial park, etc.
a lead organization that has the financial resources and mandate to build the fiber network for its own exclusive purposes