To expand upon the great ideas David suggested, check out the municipality's zoning & building department chart for allowed uses and even for uses that require special permit. This may give you additional ideas of your target markets and improve your success in getting a user sooner/faster. You might consider checking with a general contractor to get an idea of costs for work that would be needed, fire code, an architect for ADA compliancy etc...but you (or your future buyer) might consider before investing any money into the work before you have a tenant/user who brings their vision, since either your work might go to waste if changes are made, as well as you'll have to put thought into how you will extend (promote?) offering of tenant improvements if you/future owner is considering leasing. Consider looking at things from the perspective of what kind of business(or use) is missing from the neighborhood or which existing businesses/users want to expand and you may improve your improbabilities of getting a user. Wishing you success !
Jul 12, 2017