...estate business, it's standard operating procedure to give new tenants a tenant inducement allowance as an inducement or incentive for them to sign a lease. A tenant may get a few months free rent, a tenant improvement allowance whereby the new tenant's renovations (paint, wallpaper, partition construction, etc.) are partially or completely paid for, free parking spaces, etc.
I don't see anything unusual about OPCO paying the full lease payment from day one but PZN gives OPCO tenant inducement allowances (e.g. $4000 a bed for ramp-up allowance, $4.5% for successful third-party marketing costs, etc.) I'd find it incrediby unusual if there were no inducement fees at all.