West Alton Tower Lease Buyout

CIS Communications recently helped a local landowner segregate, market, and divest a multi-tenant American Tower wireless ground lease. We were able to assist the owner in inking a deal for not only the highest monetary value, but also the least onerous ongoing terms. When monetizing a lease, it is important to not only obtain the […]

Mapaville Tower

CIS Communications is proud to announce the completion of DISH Wireless’ colocation onto our Mapaville tower site, which is located in Jefferson County, MO. In 2019, DISH entered an agreement as part of the Sprint/T-Mobile merger in which DISH would acquire Sprint’s prepaid wireless businesses, including Boost Mobile. In 2020, DISH officially purchased Boost Mobile […]

NGA South Tower Site

CIS Communications is pleased to announce the completion of AT&T’s colocation onto our newest tower site, CIS-MO-041 NGA South, which was erected in late 2018.  The tower is located in the City of St. Louis, and is situated directly to the east of the new National Geospatial Agency (NGA) campus, which is currently under construction.  […]

In-Building Coverage Solutions

Today’s environment requires reliable indoor cellular coverage in residential homes and commercial buildings.  It is not a luxury, it is a necessity, and many factors contribute to the reduction of reliable cellular signal strength.  Fortunately, CIS has products that can alleviate these issues, which is why we are pleased to have partnered with the largest […]

American Legion

We are pleased to announce the closing of a ground lease monetization for a U.S. military veteran based not for profit. CIS was engaged by this organization to pursue the sale of a single tenant SBA ground lease. After a thorough lease review, detailed RFP process, and sell side negotiation/closing support, CIS was able to […]

Site Deployment Case Study

Site Deployment Case Study

CIS was engaged by JB Towers to perform full site deployment services for a client in Evansville, Indiana.  Their client required a very specific tower height and location to optimize their operational needs, and Evansville had adopted a zoning code that effectively prohibited towers of this height in many areas of the city due to […]