Commercial Facility Types: PART II
These structures include townhouses, condos, apartment complexes, hotels, multi-family homes or large single-family mansions or estates. Also included in complex residential are duplexes and timeshares and buildings with mixed used.
The primary use for commercial buildings is retail, office, mixed-use and warehousing. These buildings include administrative offices, medical offices, research and development, call centers and non-profit or social services. Also included in this category are grocery stores, cafeterias, salons, laundromats and shopping malls.
A special type of structure that could fall into any of the above categories are historical buildings. These are buildings that are at least 50 years old and holds a certain level of historical significance.
Rest assured that before we step foot onto a commercial property that we are already thinking about concerns you might have during the restoration process such as interruptions to business and safety concerns.