Alcoholic Beverages, Cooking & Personal Appliances 

and How to Recognize a UL Certification 

How to Recognize a Genuine UL Mark

​Whether a UL Mark comes in the form of a label or is die-stamped, silk-screened or molded into a product, it needs to contain the following 4 design elements to be verified as legitimate:

  • The UL trademark: the letters “UL” arranged diagonally (descending left to right) within a circle, with a small ® symbol directly below the "U",  NOT arranged side by side.

  • The word “listed” printed either below or beside the circle in all capital letters: LISTED,  NOT “Approved” or “Pending”
  • A 4-character alphanumeric control number or a 4 to 6- digit issue number. In the case of the issue number, it may or may not be preceded by the phrase “Issue No.” as well as 1 or 2 letters.
  • A product identity phrase that concisely names what the product is.
  • Additional signs of a genuine UL Mark are:
    • A UL file number (which will often have the letter “E” as a prefix).
    • The manufacturer’s company name or logo.
    • Applicable electrical ratings.
    • Information designating the product’s Catalog, Model, or Type designation

Alcoholic Beverages

Alcoholic beverages are not permitted in conference rooms or any other common areas of the building, without prior authorization and written approval from the Landlord. Please allow a minimum of 5 business days for Landlord to review and approve Tenant’s request. In addition, Landlord may require a license agreement be executed between parties and all legal costs, both Tenant and Landlord, may be the responsibility of the Tenant.
Landlord reserves the right to exclude or expel from the Building any person who, in the judgment of Landlord, is intoxicated or under the influence of liquor or drugs, or who shall in any manner do any act in violation of any of the Building’s Rules and Regulations. 

Cooking on Premises

In addition, Tenant shall not use the Premises for cooking (except for commercial rated Underwriting Laboratories (UL) approved microwave reheating, dishwashers, refrigerator, and coffee makers and be free of frayed wires, loose connections and/or broken sockets). These appliances are recommended to be plugged into a dedicated GFI outlet so as not to trip circuit breakers or interfere with the operation of other equipment.   No grills are permitted on the property unless approved by Landlord in advance. No candles, incense or other flammables or open flame are permitted in the Building or on the Property grounds.  (Per Section 17 of the “Building Rules and & Regulations”) 

Personal Appliances 

NO residential appliances are allowed in Tenant’s Premises, i.e. coffee pots, refrigerator or microwave. They must all be commercial rated Underwriting Laboratories (UL) listed.
If Tenant elects to install these items, they are only permitted within designated kitchen or coffee stations. They are not permitted within any private offices, cubicles, and work or storage areas.
Tenant must have the approval of Building Management, in advance, for the location of these items so we may ensure compliance with applicable building codes, including but not limited to plumbing, electrical and fire codes.
Tenant will be responsible for the cost to install plumbing lines, dedicated circuits, or changes to fire life safety system for these items, if applicable.