Deep Due Diligence Key To Successful Adaptive Reuse Projects
February 22, 2018

Deep Due Diligence Key To Successful Adaptive Reuse Projects

Putting old buildings to good use is way more complicated than what people might imagine. It goes beyond cleaning them up and finding tenants. You have to expect the unexpected. 

And just because the price is right, that does not mean the building is right for the project envisioned.

Shift Workspaces founder Grant Barnhill recalls buying the old Cathedral High School for $60/SF. He had planned to redevelop the property into shared workspace — a plan that did not work out, so he ended up selling the building. If he…

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