How landlords are increasing revenue
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For years, commercial property owners have rented out their spaces to single businesses, depending on how many offices or units their property had. In the fast few years we have seen landlords becoming increasingly savvy with dividing up their space. What used to be a large industry warehouse, is now a unique work space with a vast number of offices and working spaces. What used to be a large empty building may now be hub for 10 to 20 small restaurant counter spaces for people to come enjoy a culinary experience. These opportunities are not only great for the landlord but also for the tenants. You may have someone who wants to start a new business but does not have the funds to rent a big space. Renting a small space is perfect for them and new start ups. The market right now is very popular for people looking for small spaces. The risk for new businesses are minimized and the opportunities are increased for creativity and new ideas.
Some people are calling these places indoor food halls, restaurant markets, etc. Whatever you decide to call it. The experience is amazing and diverse. Here are some pictures below of these places