Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Location, location, location...

Looking for a truly unique late 20th century living or work space?

General Motors and Chrysler Group LLC will close nearly 3,200 car dealerships between them by next fall, across the United States, and "America's once gleaming new car showrooms are increasingly being converted into food banks, restaurants, day care centers, private residences, and more," reports Autoblog. "Typical automotive showrooms are built sturdy to house heavy vehicles and accommodate high foot traffic. They offer countless windows for plenty of natural light and are generally centrally-located within a commercial community for visibility reasons."

In a nutshell, they are near-perfect locations for many entrepreneurs and businesses.