If your company currently uses commercial properties and warehouse space in the Miami, Fort Lauderdale, or West Palm Beach, you have a variety of warehouse space for lease and office space for lease options. In order to best take advantage of the variety of options for rent, it is important to look at exactly what the needs of your business are. One of the questions many businesses face is whether to have your warehouse at the same location as your commercial office space or to have it in a different location.
One of the benefits of having a warehouse on site is the convenience of being able to see what is going on in both locations at the same time. Interaction between office and warehouse staff can also help to streamline day-to-day activities at your company.
However, this convenience comes at a cost. Sometimes, commercial parks won’t have any facilities that can serve as a fully-fledged warehouse. Other times, even if the capacity is available, it is cost-prohibitive. In addition, commercial zones are often far from heavy industrial zones, such as seaports and airports. It might be more beneficial to have your warehouse close to areas such as these that they will interact with on a regular basis instead of being close to office staff who can effectively communicate with the warehouse via phone or e-mail.
Whatever type of warehouse you choose to utilize, always speak with a reputable company known for property management in South Florida before ever leasing commercial real estate in South Florida. Firsthand knowledge of the market will help you get the best value for your money, as well as all of the logistical considerations you might not have even thought of. For more information about professional office space and warehouse space in Miami and South Florida, visit the Genet Property Group website, or call us at 954-572-9159.