What is the average square foot price for commercial property in Santa Fe, NM?

Asked by Rick Klotz, Santa Fe, NM Sat Apr 12, 2008

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Vince Varela,…, , Santa Fe, NM
Tue Apr 29, 2008
There are many types of property that fall into the category of "Commercial Property" Here is a brief list of major property types: Office, Office Warehouse, Retail, Big-Box Retail, Storefront Retail, Strip Retail, Industrial, Warehouse Industrial, Manufacturing Industrial (small & large), Multifamily (apartments, live/work), Mixed use (various definitions), and Special Use (Hospitals, Care Homes, etc). There are even more subcategories.

To summarize:
1. No properties are the same, each has its features and drawbacks, some drawbacks can be fixed or mitigated and some cannot.
2.Buyers, Owner/ Users, and Investors have different perspectives and unique needs when it comes to conducting their business successfully or maximize the value ot their investment.
3.The value of Commercial Real Estate is driven by the scope and extent of use (zoning), availability, demand, Technology, and financing.
I would be happy to sit down with you to conduct a "Needs Analysis", this will help to focus on the necessary and subjective factors you want and need in a commercial property.
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Danielle Mon…, , San Jose, CA
Fri Sep 5, 2008
What is the average square footage pricing for a family life center located in east san jose that is total 33,000 square feet
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Leslie Of Tr…, , San Francisco, CA
Tue Apr 29, 2008
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Frank O'Maho…, Agent, Niwot, CO
Sat Apr 12, 2008
Of course, the answer is, it depends! However, working numbers for warehouse space would be about $150 sq ft, for office space $225 psf and for retail, well the sky is the limit, but around $275.
Hope that helps. I'm working on several commercial transactions at the moment, and would be happy to give more information.
Frank O'Mahony
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