Tucson-based Paradigm Laboratories, in partnership with Phoenix-based Prorenata Labs, developed a test for quickly detecting COVID-19. ARCpoint Labs, also in Tucson, created a rapid test for antibodies. Area hospitals became part of several clinical trials for the treatment of and vaccination against the virus. The University of Arizona is part of a statewide testing program for antibodies. Even Tucson companies that aren’t in bioscience stepped up. Universal Avionics provided space for the production of face masks and shields. World View pivoted from making stratospheric balloons to sewing medical isolation gowns.
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Tucson continues to earn recognition as a city that companies and workers will want to locate to in the post-COVID-19 era. Commercial real estate site selection consultants named Tucson among 11 mid-sized cities that had strong potential for new locations or expansion projects in 2021. It’s hard to tell how well the economy will recover, especially as the pandemic drags on. But when it happens, Tucson’s commercial property offerings will attract companies looking for a new place to solve the business conditions caused by the virus.
Finding the right Tucson industrial space can be difficult at first. When early searches fail to identify an available site that meet the company’s space and immense power requirements, Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson helps solve the problem.
Among the COVID-19 concerns that Tucson property owners and tenants have is how to make their Tucson commercial spaces safe for employees, clients and other visitors. Strategies dealing with air circulation through HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) systems have been part of that discussion.
Business space needs change, even in the middle of a Tucson commercial real estate lease. Enlightened landlords work with their tenants to find a solution that works for both parties.
Today’s manufacturing and supply chain logistics are complex. Components are made from a variety of countries and companies. Moving goods from overseas can become costly or impossible to execute when conditions aren’t right – Consider Tucson Industrial Space.
As the country reopens and business activity gradually resumes, commercial landlords and tenants are left with much uncertainty about the risk of a “second wave” of COVID-19 or another pandemic. Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson understands the evolving situation and has produced some recommendations for parties who are dealing with current leases or thinking about entering new ones.
Your commercial space needs may look quite different both in the short term and long term as you and your workforce adjust to the effects of the COVID-19 disruption. Here at Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson, Michael Coretz shares changes that address two major issues: Where most of your employees will work from now on and health protections they will expect when they do have to come into the office.
One of the lessons that business owners with Tucson lease contracts have learned from the COVID-19 disruption is that the ability to be flexible and responsive are crucial to survive. These apply right now as you assess whether you want to hang on to your current location or find new space to match the new realities of your business operations. Here are some of the opportunities expected to emerge and how you can take advantage.