Outside of location, you will also need to consider whether or not a commercial space for rent has the facilities your business needs to thrive. A car manufacturer on the eighth floor of an office building, for example, would not be a good match and would lead to many problems.
Consider the business you will undertake, staff that will be onsite and the equipment you require before choosing a commercial property for rent. An office for twenty staff with only computers and desks is fine, but a much larger industrial property will be needed for ten automotive engineers and the various hoists, tyre changers and spanners.
Also, double checking that the property has the planning permission in place for the type of business you provide whilst in occupation is vitally important. Finding a commercial property for rent in Manchester, only to realise you can’t conduct business there would be disastrous. A commercial property agent can make these checks for you prior to a letting agreement to remove this issue.
Other considerations to make can include transport links for your staff (bus stops, train stations and car parks), delivery facilities, foot traffic of the area, local amenities such as shops and cafes, as well as broadband coverage.