What are our 5 Different Types of Commercial Space?
At Silver Star Properties, we have a wide variety of properties to meet all of your particular business needs. Our goal is to help you find a space that promotes your business’s success, energizes your team, and supports your growth.
There are 5 primary types of commercial space we offer which you can learn about below.
Commercial office space is the perfect place to call home for your business if you have white-collar or desk job workers. Our office buildings offer a plethora of amenities to tenants, from meeting rooms, to tenant lounges, or on-site gyms and cafés, our Dallas office space for lease caters well to many different types of business.
Pictured: Silver Star Properties 13th floor office tenant lounge at Gateway Tower in Dallas Texas.
Gateway Tower is one of our premier office buildings. Offering unique shared amenities to its tenants, such as Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization (air cleaning technology), an on-site fitness center, sauna, and a Parks pantry snack station.
Retail buildings are used by operators focused on B2C sales and merchandising. For example, restaurants, big-box stores, “mom and pop” shops, and grocery stores are all great retail commercial space uses.
Pictured: Silver Star Properties Chelsea Square Shopping Center in Houston, Texas.
Chelsea Square Shopping Center is a premier retail location located near several major class A power centers and neighborhood centers filled with national tenants just East of the Willowbrook Mall area. It’s ideal placement makes it a high traffic center for all tenants.
Pictured: Silver Star Properties Richardson Heights Shopping Center in Richardson, Texas.
Richardson Heights Shopping Center is a premier retail location located near several other major power centers and neighborhood centers filled with national tenants. It’s ideal placement and top tier tenant mix makes it a high traffic center where tenants can build a strong customer base.
If you are looking to lease an Industrial building, it’s likely that your business needs crucial logistical operations space that offers open space for large usage of material goods. Examples of industrial space usage include warehouse storage, manufacturing centers, showrooms, distribution centers, and data centers.
Demand for leasing business flex spaces has grown significantly in recent years. We find that our tenants thrive in a flex space when they are looking for a versatile and adaptable space for varying usages. A flex space, or “flexible space,” is a property that combines warehouse, office, and/or retail spaces into one property.
An example of a common flex space you may find familiar with is a car repair shop. There’s the garage where mechanics service customer vehicles but also a designated office space to fulfill transactions with clients.
No matter your varying space needs, our leasing agents are here to guide you and answer all your questions to find the perfect space.