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Reshaping Commercial Real Estate

Updated: Nov 27, 2020




Across the country, we are witnessing more and more restaurants closing their doors permanently as a result of the ongoing pandemic. As cases continue to rise nationwide, many restaurant owners are faced with the painful decision to just become another statistic or ride it out and hope for the best. According to Travel & Leisure, 100,000 establishments nationwide — have “closed either permanently or long-term,” according to a new survey the association released on Sept. 14.


There are more pandemic-induced vacancies on the horizon; however, some see opportunity. Many Long Island restaurant concepts are booming and on the hunt for new real estate, despite the unconventionally high rate of closures. Over the last 10+ years, we have worked with restaurants of all sizes all over Long Island. Most recently we worked on renovations for a chain of privately owned quick-service restaurants that have seen growth in many of their locations due to the increase in demand for quick serve take out concepts. We work with some of the most innovative new restaurant concepts on Long Island and can be a great resource for your next big restaurant idea. Contact us to get started on your next business venture.


*https://www.travelandleisure.com/food-drink/coronavirus-pandemic-restaurant-shutdowns

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