When a commercial property in Miami is properly managed the value of that property can be maintained and even effectively increased over a short period of time. Most importantly, when a property management team works with a real estate owner to maintain a structure or building in top condition, the likelihood of selling a retail outlet, an industrial building, office space or perhaps land is substantially improved. Here are 3 Commercial Property Management Tips when it comes to successfully managing a piece of commercial real estate in today’s highly competitive world.
Parking Lots And Driveways Free Of Debris
For example, first impressions are everything today and that is why the outside appearance of a physical structure is so incredibly important. The outside of a commercial piece of real estate should communicate to prospective businesses, tenants or buyers that the property has been properly cared for and maintained. From the simple things such as pulling weeds and maintaining fresh bark around trees and bushes to keeping sidewalks, parking lots and driveways free of debris and leaves, there are many aspects of outside care and maintenance that should be considered. Even ordering pressure-washing services on occasion can increase overall outside visual appeal.
Have Lasting Impressions On Prospective Tenants
In short, owners of retail outlets, industrial buildings, strip malls and virtually any other type of commercial space should do what is necessary to make sure that a commercial structure is presentable from the outside in every way possible. As with the outside of a commercial type structure, the inside of a building can have lasting impressions on prospective tenants or potential buyers. The inside of any commercial structure should be appealing and welcoming in every respect. An interior space is most impressive when it conveys a sense of safety, security and comfort. A lack of general overall care can detract from brand acceptance and overall revenue generation.
Partnering With An Experienced And Focused Manager
Considering these simple yet important interior and exterior image-improvement strategies and working with a dedicated and experienced Miami commercial property management team can serve a real estate owner well. In short, partnering with an experienced and focused manager of properties in the commercial venue in South Florida is a smart and profitable proposition for businesses of any size. A detail-oriented team of managers who specialize in commercial real estate can help generate interest in a property. They will help owners to prepare a property in the right way so that finding a tenant is easier and more assured. Historical data has proven time and again that working with a professional manager of properties in Miami makes smart financial sense.
Elecon Wire | 4760 NW 165th Street in Miami Gardens has only one spot left before the complete building is leased out! The remaining space available is approximately ±23,000 SF with an office space of ± 1,500 SF. This industrial warehouse real estate location is ready to move in and also offers a secured parking lot with gates.
* Landlord will consider short term users – office/warehouse space
Located less than 1/2 mile from the entrance of the Palmetto Express, this property is within Palmetto Lakes Industrial Park. It’s centered location is just 2 miles from the Golden Glades Interchange and Turnpike entrance.
Bob Edge is the commercial real estate broker responsible for locating American Airlines to Fort Worth, Texas in 1979.
Over the last four decades, Robert T. “Bob” Edge became one of the best-known figures in Dallas commercial real estate.
The vice chairman of Cushman & Wakefield of Texas Inc. founded the company’s Dallas office in 1974 and worked on some of the area’s biggest real estate deals.
Edge, who celebrated his 40th anniversary with Cushman & Wakefield in September, died over the weekend. He was 81.
Edge represented some of Dallas’ biggest and most prominent office building tenants, including Mobil Oil, FedEx and Celanese.
He was the real estate broker for American Airlines when it moved its headquarters from New York to Fort Worth in 1979. Edge had met the airline’s CEO, Al Casey, at a golf tournament and pestered him for years about moving to Texas.
Edge played a key role in Cushman & Wakefield’s Dallas office until recently.
“A recent example of his high character can be found in his daily efforts to mentor some of our young professionals, giving them a wealth of knowledge on which to build their careers,” said Steve Everbach, the top officer at the Dallas office. “He was an example for us all to follow and will be sorely missed.
“Bob was involved with many of the largest and most impactful real estate transactions in the area, solidifying his place among the Dallas real estate legends.”
Edge started in the real estate business in Dallas in 1959 as a fresh graduate of Texas A&M University.
In 1965, he moved to California to work for the huge Tishman Realty and Construction firm.
The fourth-generation Texan was lured from Los Angeles back to Dallas in 1974 to help save a troubled downtown skyscraper. The 56-story First International Building, now Renaissance Tower, had opened its doors just in time for an economic downturn.
Prudential Insurance Co., which put up the money to build the $50 million Elm Street office tower, brought in Edge and New York-based Cushman & Wakefield to try to rent out the almost empty high-rise.
For two years, Edge didn’t find a single tenant for the property. “I thought I’d made the worst career decision of my life,” he often recalled.
That was until Mobil Oil signed an 11-floor commitment to the building in 1976. Edge said at the time it was “one of the larger, if not the largest office lease signed in the country this year.”
Wayne Swearingen, a Dallas real estate leader, recalls sitting down to meet with Edge soon after he moved to Dallas from California.
“I wanted to get to know him because I knew our future competition would come from big national companies like Cushman & Wakefield,” Swearingen said. “One of the neatest things about Bob was his willingness to share information and advice.
“If I had a problem with a client and needed to bounce it off someone,” Swearingen said, “I would call him and he would always help me.”
Over the years, Edge was honored with the local real estate industry’s Stemmons Service Award and was inducted into the Dallas Real Estate Hall of Fame. In 2009, the North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors and Real Estate Professionals created a scholarship to honor Edge.
Edge was raised in Kilgore and originally enrolled at the University of Colorado to study petroleum geology. He decided he’d be better off with a career in business and transferred to Texas A&M.