Buying an Industrial Property
Industrial Properties include manufacturing, warehousing and distribution centers.
Industrial buildings are often owner or user-occupied, and multi-tenant industrial parks include a collection of single- or multi-tenant buildings. These range from manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and distribution centers to high-tech office sites.
Industrial properties can be complex with regard to the physical characteristics of the buildings and the operational requirements of the intended business. Commercial Professionals can provide information to help you assess the property as it relates to your needs. Commercial Professionals can help you facilitate the search, and help conduct the analysis and negotiation of the property. They also have access to other local resources that can assist you with evaluating the electrical power requirements, ceiling and roof heights, dock versus grade loading, truck turnaround, lay down yard requirements, environmental issues, fiber optic availability, rail sidings and more. In providing all of this information, the Commercial Professional can help you define and locate the property that aligns more closely with your resources, expectations, and location requirements.
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