Creating a Market Survey of Commercial Properties Listings in Kansas City

Creating and presenting a market survey can make it easy to compare potential office rental spaces to each other and to your stated objectives as determined by analyzing the needs of your business.  There are a few steps that might be helpful in performing and utilizing a market survey:

  • Know Market Conditions.  Market knowledge is one of the most important parts of the survey process.  Knowing general market conditions and the subtleties of submarkets can help ensure that a survey is thorough and accurate, which is why many tenants seek the help of a real estate broker for this stage of the process.
  • Organize and Present Market Survey Information.  It can be helpful to create a visual aid to map out the different pieces of market survey information.  You might use software programs, Microsoft Excel Templates, or even just Microsoft word to list and compare pieces of important data and informational items such as the class of building, rental rate, submarket, expense stop, building factor, parking ratio, property management, ownership, construction year, amenities, etc. along with data about the available space at each property and a section for any relevant comments.
  • Note the Location of Each Property on a Map.  You can use a map of the metropolitan area to mark the general location of each potential building, as well as make more detailed submarket maps that pinpoint the exact location of each potential building.

A comparison of market survey data for different spaces can help you determine which properties you would like to actually tour.

To find out any information about Southcreek in Overland Park for your market survey, give one of our commercial realtors in Overland Park a call at 913-685-4100!


Kansas City Commercial Real Estate at Southcreek Office Park Building XVII

If you are looking at commercial properties listings in Kansas City, Southcreek Office Park Building XVII has three available office spaces with different square footages and layouts to suit the needs of different sized businesses.  We are located in Overland Park, Kansas, a thriving community with services and amenities your business might need.  Here are some more details about Southcreek Building XVII:

Address: 7285 W 132nd Street Overland Park, KS 66213
Total Square Footage: 57,278 sq. ft.
Number of Floors: 3
Year Built: 2005

Space Available:

  1. 8,359 sq. ft. available in July 2012 that is perfect for medium or large businesses!  The suite is located on the second floor and is surrounded on three sides by glass.  It is divided into open office space, two conference rooms, and eleven individual offices.
  2. 3,878 sq. ft. also located on the second floor with four offices, a large open office area, a conference room, and a reception area.
  3. 1,584 sq. ft. of open floor plan on the first floor of the building—perfect for a small business to rent and design to suit their specific needs.

Southcreek Building XVII is close to Deer Creek Woods shops and offers easy access to the highway!  For more information about these available office rental spaces or any of our other buildings, give one of our commercial realtors in Kansas City a call at 913-685-4100 to talk to us about what you are looking for!


Union Station February Event near Commercial Rental Property in Kansas City

Looking for fun things to do during the dreary month of February?  Luckily, Kansas City is a town that offers a lot of opportunities to add a little a little culture to your wintery days.  The South Creek Overland Park community newsletter is a great way for those looking at commercial properties listings in Kansas City to learn more about the many cultural events the city offers!

The Black Cowboy in the Old West show at Union Station is an example of one such cultural opportunity.  This show, presented by Theatre for Young America, will be on the City Stage at Union Station from 2/18-2/25.  This musical theatre production was written by Danny Cox, well-known songwriter and folksinger, and directed by TYA Artistic Director Gene Mackey.  It focuses on the colorful late nineteenth century black cowboys of the United States, commemorating their history and celebrating their contributions to the Old West.

Saturday, Feb. 18th at 2 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 21st at 10am
Wednesday, Feb. 22nd at 10 a.m.
Thursday, Feb. 23rd at 10 a.m. & 12 noon
Friday, Feb. 24th at 10 a.m., 12 noon & 7 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 25th at 2 p.m.

$8 per person
$6 for USKC members – at ticketing counter or by phone only.
$5.50 for groups of 15 or more with advanced reservations by phone.

Visit the website to find out more or purchase tickets online, and give us a call at Southcreek to find out more about what we can offer you in this exciting city 913-685-4100!