During this pandemic, many businesses have moved out of the office and into private homes. While this at first was a temporary precautionary solution to keeping office workers safe, more and more business people have chosen to stay at home. This has put a question on many people’s minds: is keeping an office space worth it? The reality is, it’s up to how your business wants to operate. But there are lots of tenants that are slowly but surely arriving back at the office or considering an entirely different space for a corporate refresh. This is where a business park comes in. A business park was once the most sought-after area to place your business since it was often accompanied by convention centers and hotels for market professionals to reside in during business meetings. And despite the pandemic’s adverse effect on commercial real estate, a business park is still a great place to have your office space. Here’s why.
A Business Park is Less Costly
Most business parks were made in an area that is perfectly suitable for office spaces: relatively isolated, quiet, and promoting a professional environment. With that in mind, there’s no need to have to conform to the surrounding city architecture or housing requirements that can raise the prices of the real estate tax and fees. In addition, all properties within a business park are specifically built with businesses in mind, so you won’t have to spend much money and energy converting the space.
A Business Park is Customizable
That being said, if you do desire to pursue customizing your business park space, it is very easy to do so. The spaces of a business park are usually very “bare-bones” when you first purchase them, meaning a very open space aside from some meeting rooms or cafeteria areas. This means that you as a business owner essentially have free reign to customize it however you deem fit for your company’s corporate image and appeal. Usually, business park real estate agents and leasers encourage a level of customization to space since it makes your office and the business park as a whole look much more appealing.
Usually, a park is built close to major cities or areas of industry for easy access when needed. This means that they are built with commuters in mind. Most business parks also provide ample parking space and close access to good lunch spots in town to leave employees feeling satisfied with their work situation.
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