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How to Improve a Commercial Property Part 2

Part two of a series on commercial architecture explores some tips to improve a business, or more to the point, how to improve a commercial property.

How to Improve Commercial Property

We know commercial architecture.  We know how to design a building so that it fits into building codes for a city, as well as establish budgets, set up contractors and other things.  However, we know some other things that you wouldn’t think we know.  One thing is how to improve commercial property.  First off, if you expand your commercial property, it goes a long way to leasing space or even selling it.  However, it isn’t just about adding space, it’s adding the right sort of space.

For example if you’re in a light or heavy industrial area, adding more warehouse space makes great sense, adding retail space, not so much.

This concludes part two of our series. For more tips on how to improve a commercial property, be sure to read part one and part three of this series as well.

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How to Consult an Commercial Architect Part 1: Commercial Architecture

Consulting a commercial architect is a good idea for any additions to your business.  This article is part of a three part series.

Commercial Architecture

An architect can help with a project, regardless of how big or small it is

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Go to cities with a strong industrial and/or business base, and what do you see?  You will most likely see a bunch of buildings designed by a commercial architect.  Even in developing nations, from Shanghai to Scottsdale, commercial buildings are an important part of the skyline of any city.

Skyscrapers are what most people think of when they think of commercial buildings,  however, sometimes commercial architecture can be retail plazas or industrial parks.  Some commercial buildings are designed for office space, and some for machinery.  And in some cases, commercial real estate can be a restaurant or night club.  Whatever  the purpose these buildings serve, all commercial property has several commonalities.

Commercial Architecture and the Needs of Business

For one thing, full business centers are one of the best indications that the economy is rebounding. Each of these buildings should be safe, comfortable, connected, and accessible.  Any commercial building should be designed with the need of the businesses as part of the design.  For example, if the space is used effectively, such as for conferences, lobby design, and office allocation then it can be deemed a well-designed building.

Because of the unique needs of businesses as opposed to homeowners, commercial architectural plans are quite different than plans for, say a three bedroom home.  One thing that businesses have to adhere to far more closely are environmental concerns.  Nowadays setting up a business is a lot more complicated.  Reducing carbon emissions, energy efficient design, and environmental impact studies are all concerns now with commercial architecture.

In our next article, we will explore some of these changes in the way commercial architecture has changed.  In addition we will also explore more about the specialties that a commercial architect has to offer.

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