We’re back with another round of currently available restaurant space specimens for you to check out for your restaurant business plans. Why showcase available restaurant properties, specifically? Existing restaurant real estate can be ideal for new restaurateurs seeking available space on a budget. That’s because restaurant locations that are closing, but are already outfitted for an operational…
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How to Value Engineer Your Commercial Construction Project
If you’ve been reading the APS blog, then you know that we feel strongly about the merits of making your design decisions in collaboration with your builder, as early in your commercial construction process as possible, to get a head start on value-engineering your project.
Restaurant Properties, Not-From-Scratch
We’ve said it before, existing restaurant real estate can be ideal for new restaurateurs seeking available space on a budget. That’s because restaurant locations that are closing, but are already outfitted for an operational restaurant business, can leave behind $200-300k in new construction equivalent value in the form of plumbing, ventilation, electrical, grease traps and otherwise….
Managing Your Project Timeline… In Spite of Delays
How long does it take to open a commercial space, 6 months or 2 years? It may come as a surprise to you that it might easily take 2 years from start to finish without prior knowledge of, and planning for, delays!
What even is pre-construction, and why do you need it? Let’s break it down.
San Diego Commercial Properties Expo Recap
Its’s too late to qualify for the raffle now, but if you missed us at the booth, you can still get in on our first rate offerings!
Who’s On Your Pre-Construction Team?
The architects, engineers, interior designers and draftsmen on your pre-construction team are the visionaries that should be introduced to the design of your space with as many building elements known as possible.
Evaluating Hidden Costs on Your Commercial Property
Drawing on our team’s experience, here are some of the least obvious but most prevalent examples of hidden costs of commercial property acquisition.
The TI Permit Process: Avoiding Scope Creep
When your plans are not clearly communicating field conditions and your construction needs, additional work that’s unnecessary can still be required through permitting.