Working with veterinarians has taught us how their needs are unique in selecting office space. There are some aspects where our research, site selection, and other services directly translate from working with medical doctors. However, in order for veterinary office space to cater to the needs of all of the vet’s patients, there are distinct components a real estate search must have.
Different counties and cities will vary in their land use codes, but the zoning requirements can often be unclear regarding veterinarian services. We handle all zoning concerns by tailoring our property search to only show you sites/offices where you are permitted to practice. Our experience leasing and selling medical office space throughout the state has equipped us with an understanding of each municipality’s zoning and land use requirements, allowing you to focus on what matters most.
Veterinarians often require plots of land where they can allow dogs or other animals under their care to roam freely and relax. However, this presents a few key issues when it comes to a real estate search. First, veterinary office space or animal hospital buildings must be located in a zoning district where this is a permitted use. Moreover, this land for the pets’ use can present potential friction or possible synergies with other tenants/landlords near a site. Florida Medical Space has dealt with these obstacles before and can draw from past experience to advocate successfully for our veterinarian clients.
Successful professionals in animal medicine often find that they experience rapid growth and want to expand either as part of a group of doctors or as a sole practicioner but with a larger office space. As a trusted ally, Florida Medical Space works with veterinarians to develop a strategy to select real estate that is commensurate with the growth they have experienced, or that will allow them to plan for growth they expect in the future. We focus on finding properties that allow for flexibility and that prioritize the needs of our clients so that they can focus on helping the pets and people who count on them.
Our headquarters is in Coral Springs, but we are active throughout the entire state, from Miami and all of South Florida to Orlando, Tampa, and Jacksonville. Contact us to learn more about our services.