1) Is your concept a franchise restaurant or privately branded restaurant? The answer to this questions will help your broker to better assist you in your initial site analysis.
2) What demographic factors are critical to your restaurant brand? Make sure to know what demographic factors are best suited to your concept. Also, make sure to hire a broker that understands demographics associated with the particular area of town that you area interested in.
3) What co-tenants are beneficial to your San Antonio Restaurant concept? Co-tenants area critical to the survival of many restaurant brands.
4) Is your restaurant concept a destination or is traffic from other tenant’s important? If your concept needs traffic, hire a broker who understands traffic counts and area retail rental rates. If your concept is a destination hire a broker that knows where to find the hidden deals in town in the trade area that you want to be in.
5) What side of the street does your restaurant need to be on? Critical to many quick service restaurant brands.
6) Do you need Second Generation or First Generation San Antonio Restaurant Space? Second generation space can save money if the brand can utilize existing improvements. If your brand’s design is very unique, then knowing which landlords are willing to stretch regarding tenant improvements allowances will be important to find out from your broker.
7) How much Square Footage do you need? Size and shape will be critical in finding the right San Antonio Restaurant Location.