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Built-to-Suit Structuring Advisory in Dubai

A built-to-suit structuring is a commercial building that is built as per the design specifications provided by the client. It is a custom structure that is designed to meet the operational requirements of a business and its specific operations and management needs. 

Land Sterling offers professional advice for building top-notch built-to-suit facilities. We provide our clients with insights into built-to-suit structuring and offer assistance with handling technical and legal processes associated with the project.

Built-to-suit structures can either be a sale-leaseback process or they can be managed by a commercial developer. Our RICS-certified professionals have an extensive appearance with built-to-suit structuring projects. Our expertise enables us to offer you useful insights regarding the entire process. 

What Does Built-to-suit Mean?

A Built-to-suit is a commercial property that is built according to the needs of the clients. The development of these properties is handled by expert developers with experience in building custom structures for running specific business operations. 

Land Sterling offers specific built-to-suit structuring advice to corporate occupiers looking to build a custom building for their business. We offer assistance during the design phase as well as after the completion of the project to ensure that it delivers the kind of results that you had in mind.  

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Benefits of Built-to-suit Structuring for Businesses 

The key benefit to corporate occupiers of the build-to-suit model is that they can occupy space that is built according to their specification, and which was presumably not otherwise available in the location. 

Other benefits include that the development phase is risk-free as the developer takes on the risks associated with development work (the upside for the developer being that the build-to-suit model is demand-driven and therefore it has an identified purchaser or tenant for the building before it commences construction). 

Corporate occupiers also benefit from the transaction being off the balance sheet during the construction phase. However, there are a number of important factors that a corporate occupier needs to consider when contemplating a build-to-suit arrangement in Dubai, and this is where our expert advice comes into play.

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Expert Build to Suit Structuring Advice in Dubai

Investing in built-to-suit structuring is a huge decision that you need to take your time with before going ahead. Our advisors will walk you through the entire process to ensure that you have all the necessary details at your disposal before making a decision. Our RICS-certified experts will give you a complete roadmap for creating a built-to-suit structuring for your corporate needs while ensuring that the development project meets the Dubai real estate market rules and regulations. 

Contact Land Sterling to get a free quote for our built-to-suit structuring advisory services.

Frequently Asked Questions

BTS stands for built-to-suit structures in real estate. BTS are properties generally constructed for commercial purposes, that cater to the specific needs of a business.

There are 2 types of built-to-suit developments that you can go for. These include sale-leaseback and developer-led developments. You can contact Land Sterling to learn more about these different BTS development approaches.

Commercial developers do offer built-to-suit project development services. You can find a reputable commercial developer in your area to discuss the development of your built-to-suit project.

Some of the most common factors that affect the cost of a built-to-suit project include client requirements, nature of the project, functioning requirements, design costs, nature of the development site, choice of procurement, and the adopted construction method.