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Commercial real estate transactions will look different in future

In New York and elsewhere, the commercial property market will no doubt experience technological advancements and quickly changing business environments in the future. In fact, throughout the United States, those active in commercial real estate are already encountering new technologies as well as design features. Here is a glimpse at what real estate market players can expect to see in the coming years when engaging in commercial real estate transactions.

First, some developers of real estate are revamping corporate parks and old malls, forming beautiful mixed-use developments instead. In addition, industrial space creators are expecting massive impacts from brand-new technologies, such as robots for warehousing purposes and autonomous vehicles. These types of technological evolutions are paving the way for new industries and markets that carry great potential.

The technological changes taking place in the business are also altering how developers construct and design commercial space. Thus, companies must be able to accurately pinpoint their individual niche areas and remain up to date on the industry evolutions that are constantly taking place. For instance, developers today are searching for ways to leverage existing commercial spaces to produce sustainable, high-quality office environments that more appropriate fit with the workflow needs of tenants and with employees' needs.

Commercial real estate is a complicated animal, but it is also exciting for those who can take advantage of the changes taking place within it. Of course, seemingly small mistakes during commercial real estate transactions can end up harming buyers or sellers financially, or they may cause their deals to fall through altogether. A qualified attorney can provide the guidance needed to navigate these types of transactions successfully in New York.

Source: poughkeepsiejournal.com, "Area's commercial real estate presents opportunities, challenges", Laurence P. Gottlieb, April 1, 2018

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