A unique looking office not only attracts attention for your business, but it also makes it easier for people to remember where your business is located. As you decide on where your business will be located, there are some very unique types of buildings you can use that will accommodate your needs and make your business memorable to everyone.
Older historic buildings have a unique look to them that makes people just want to go inside and check them out. Even if your business does not primarily rely on foot traffic, you can still benefit from putting your office in an historic building. Be sure to hire a reliable historic building restoration company to make sure that your building retains its charm, but also allows you all of the modern amenities you will need to run a competitive business in the modern age.
A School Or Church
Schools and churches in your area do not come up for sale often, but they can be a bargain when they are put on the market. Many school districts offer cut-rate prices on old school buildings just to get rid of them, while church groups are often forced to sell at a low price because they cannot afford to hold onto their buildings. The great thing about using a school or a church for your office is that you can retain the beauty of the building while still making it into your company’s new home.
A Large Residential Home
Some residential areas are also zoned for light commercial activities, and that includes a quiet office for a growing company. Large residential homes that can also be used as offices offer a quiet setting to do business that can be considered very unique to your clients.
An Old Retail Store
When a retail store goes out of business, the building is often sold at a discount. The sales floor can quickly turn into an office area with some cubicles and computer work areas, and there is plenty of room in the storage area to keep all of the excess equipment and office supplies your company will need.
A memorable office will make sure that your company stays in the minds of its customers. When you spend the time to find a unique office setting for your company, you are already setting yourself apart from the competition.
29 year old Quality Assurance Manager Lester Adney from McBride, has numerous passions that include rescuing abused or abandoned animals, business and yoyo. Will soon carry on a contiki voyage that will incorporate visiting the Kasbah of Algiers.