Monday, November 11, 2013

Choosing the right business furniture for your downtown Doral office

Doral is a newly incorporated city. In the summer of 2003 it joined the other 34 municipalities in Miami-Dade County. Just like its neighboring metropolis, the town has seen interest from developers creating new commercial spaces. One of the biggest projects is to revamp the downtown area.

Codina Partners is the development group that has landed the contract to build a portion of downtown Doral, according to the South Florida Business Journal. The group has partnered with Lennar Corp. to create 180,000 square feet of retail space. The first phase of development is scheduled to break ground in early 2014. Additionally, the project will create 1 million square feet of office space and more than half has already been completed.

In the industrial real estate sector a $3.4 million deal was just brokered for a large 29,385 square-foot building, according to the source. This large structure has 24-foot ceiling heights and will soon be home to TVA Automotive. The company sells driveline auto parts and will use the structure for a warehouse and office space.

With the influx of new real estate in Doral, tenants will need to equip their spaces with quality business furniture.


When a large commercial business occupies a building, it will need office space in addition to the sales floor. If administrative space is limited, then you will need to purchase furniture wisely. Modern office workstations are streamlined to take up minimal room, yet allow employees to complete all their tasks. Whether your employees are dealing with order fulfillment or customer service, you can choose the right desk to meet their needs.


Miami is a vibrant market for many industries. It's located in an area that has easy access to international companies as well as U.S.-based organizations. If your company chooses to set up operations out of Doral or build a satellite office in this new city, purchase contemporary office furniture to match the space. Private offices can have solid desks, and wood is a great material. Matching workstations with storage fixtures can help create a consistent design. Additionally, complementary furniture looks professional when meeting with clients.


Warehouses and other industrial entities also need office space. In this case, second hand business furniture might be a good option. When purchased from a reputable supplier used office equipment is durable yet more affordable than its brand new counterparts.

Want to create a comfortable, collaborative work environment? Visit the Office Furniture Warehouse website to complete your office landscape.

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