Conversion of commercial premises

Vacancy is to be avoided

Invest with Livit construction management securely and in line with the market in the modernisation or conversion of commercial properties.

The market decides on the rentability and returns of commercial properties. Knowledge of the market, client needs and the marketing opportunities is essential for the successful modernisation or conversion of properties.

If you wish to let or relet more lucratively, if you have vacancies or fear vacancies, then our special products for the modernisation or conversion of commercial properties are for you. You will learn more step by step about your property, the market situation and potential tenants. You will know how to reach and convince potential tenants. You will gain a clear picture of the construction and infrastructure measures and detailed knowledge of what it all costs. 

Our product range is geared entirely to your needs: be it individual modules or the full package, you will receive from us exactly the right solution to make your property successful in the long term.

Modular product range:

  • Analysis of the overall condition of the commercial property: interior fittings, technical facilities, assessment of technical components, structural characteristics and analysis of outdoor facilities.
  • Assessment and enhancement of measures in the context of the locational, demand and rental situation with subsequent definition of marketing strategy.
  • Development of detailed parameters for your market-based expansion concept as the decision-making basis for individual or highly standardised expansion. 
  • Definition of construction measures, schedule and financial planning.

Obtain the advice of our specialists in the field of construction and lettings management: whether you opt for highly standardised product solutions or flexible expansion options, we will do everything to ensure a successful conversion of your commercial property in line with your needs.

Feel free to contact us.
We have time for you.

Thomas Kobe Head of construction management