In the past, many optometrists and ophthalmologists could be successful having their offices in a professional building or MOB (medical office building). But in today’s highly competitive market, many have found that locating the practice in a retail center with maximum visibility and signage has been a major factor in their growth.
Whether your lease is coming up for renewal, you’ve outgrown your current space, or you’re ready to start your practice, Syncore knows the special needs of the optical office space and can help you find the space you need to grow your practice and increase profitability.
Are you an ophthalmologist or an optometrist?
- How many refraction lanes do you need?
- How many exam modules do you need?
- For an ophthalmic practice, how much surgical space do you require?
Because Syncore has located optical office space for doctors throughout Texas, we understand the space requirements for lanes, efficient space flow, and special equipment requirements.
Do you sell eyewear?
- Do you sell both prescription and non-prescription eyewear?
- Or do you offer prescription glasses only?
These and other factors will determine what exclusivity is needed in the lease for the services to preclude from the property.
LOCATION AND BUSINESS FACTORS
- Number of lanes
- Size of practice
- Median age
- Number of people in household
- Population diversity
- $$ population spends on medical
Syncore Medical Realty represents optometrists and ophthalmologists in Austin, San Antonio, Dallas and Houston, Texas. Before you begin a search for your new or next optical office space, put the Syncore Medical Realty expertise to work for you!