One of the most prevalent drivers of our economy in the last three years has been the collective uncertainty of the business world. It doesn't have its own metric or symbol on Wall Street but it nevertheless factors into countless decisions made in offices around the country every day.
Deciding where to locate your company’s offices can be a complex process. Whether you are moving to a new Denver office or establishing an office for the first time, locating a business involves many factors. From size and ease of access to the image you need to convey, where you locate your business can play a large part in determining its success.
Denver Commercial property landlords generate the majority of their income by collecting rent from tenants. They are overwhelmingly a collection of straight-forward business owners providing a valuable product to the business world.
In contrast, Denver commercial office tenants look for ways to keep occupancy costs low and their physical space as productive for business as possible. Thus, it's critical that tenants weigh every real estate decisions against their bottom line. In doing so, they should hire and maintain experienced tenant representation.
There is no under-estimating the importance of careful, long-term business planning when relocating a company. But what about when it comes to planning for the actual move? It is critical that in the months while planning an office relocation that decision makers formulate a plan as equally well-orchestrated when it's time to temporarily halt operations and head to the new office.