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With the vague details it's hard to answer, but here's the best I can give you. Me and my father own a retail/office building. We have had several tenants in the past trying to combine their services in a manner very similar to what you described. None lasted in business longer than 4 months. Something always seemed to go wrong. Ultimately the only one you will be able to depend upon is yourself to see to it that your business succeeds, and the others (company "A" and "B"), no matter what you might think, have much less of an interest in your business surviving. I'm not saying that it won't work, I'm just saying that In the past two years, I've seen several try that route, and to this date, it hasn't even worked once.
Good Luck.
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