I would like to find a place for lease that has been converted from commercial to residential. What would be the best terms or area to search?

Asked by Digitalimaginationsbdev, Sun Sep 23, 2012

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Rentals Gone…, Agent, Washington, DC
Tue Feb 12, 2013
I think the channel-side, Ybor or st Pete areas are best. However we would love to help assist further. When you get a free moment send us your must haves to the email below and we will try out best to locate the perfect rental for free.
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Alex, ,
Sat Oct 13, 2012
As an artist who has been in search of the right commercial/ residential for sometime, I have found St. Pete to be more open to the idea. Not that there isn't anything in Tampa, just that St. Pete seems to be more cooperative.
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Lynn Brock, Agent, Sarasota, FL
Fri Oct 12, 2012
Digitalimageinationsbdev, if you are seeking a live work situation, this would be determine by local ordinances, zoning and site development. If your situation requires signage, parking and traffic, you will have to check with building and zoning for approved neighborhoods and then use this information to drill down the neighborhoods that you like and would be most suitable.

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http://www.brockrealty-inc.com
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Lisa Reeves, Agent, Tampa, FL
Sun Sep 23, 2012
Property in older sections of town are constantly being switched from different uses. Unfortunately there really isnt a specific way to tell from search functions that commercial wa converted to residential. The description may say converted warehouse etc. or pictures may show the old commercial styling present. The easiest starting point will be older areas and older buildings. Good luck.
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