Unison's mission is to create lasting value for cell site owners from their wireless
leases – cell tower ground leases and rooftop antennae leases as well as other types of wireless leases. We're the leading independent cell site company in the nation - by almost any measure - but principally by the number of cell site owners who choose the Unison Program.
The Unison Program is designed for cell site owners who want to get maximum value from their site. Unison buys wireless antennae leases and cell tower ground leases from cell site owners – this initial step provides tax efficient capital to the property owner and financial protection from cell site risks such as carrier consolidation, technology and site decommissioning. The Unison program can include sharing of the new wireless lease rent from the site with the cell site owner. Discover how Unison can help you create, capture and protect the value of your cellular lease.
To benefit from the Unison program, a cell site owner must:
Unison provides cellular lease management services which include cell tower lease management and antennae site lease management services. Unison also purchases cellular phone towers and provides cellular tower lease management services. These cellular lease management services are more fully described in the Portfolio Management section of this website.
We've grown since 2003 by purchasing more than 3,500 sites and more than 4,000 wireless carrier leases. Our nationwide network of wireless lease experts - who know your local market and want to share their knowledge - can customize the Unison Program to create financial opportunity for you. We are financed by very substantial capital commitments from TowerBrook Capital Partners L.P. and American Securities Capital Partners L.L.C.
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