If you own a commercial building, then that building may have some major problems or it may not serve your purposes. If you have found yourself the owner of a commercial building that is problematic for you for some reason, then you may be in a position where commercial demolition might be your best option. Here are some examples of times when you may want to consider the possibility of demolition being a good option for your needs:
The cost to renovate the building would be too high
If you were hoping to renovate an old building but you now see that the costs to do so would just be way too high, then it might be better to just have it demolished and have a whole new building built. At least once you have the brand-new building built, you will know that absolutely everything in that building will be brand-new and you will be looking at many years before things begin to give you trouble. However, if you renovated an existing building that's very old, then anything that wasn't renovated can start giving you trouble at any moment.
Your building is proving to be unrentable
If there are things about your building that have made it become one that you can't get renters into, then this may be a big problem for you. While you continue to put out money to keep the building going, you won't be bringing in any money to help with those costs, and you most certainly won't be seeing any profits. In this case, it might be in your best interest to have the building demolished, especially if you know that you don't want to sell the property or that the building would be extremely hard to sell. You may want to have the building demolished, so you can build something in its place that you will be able to profit from in the near future.
You bought the building for the land
You may have bought an old building because you wanted the land it sits on. You may not have had any intention of using the building at all. If this is the case, then you likely already have plans to have it demolished. If you were wondering if you could leave the building and use another part of the property, know that the old building may become a liability because it can draw pests or other problems to the property and any building you have built on it.
The building has been declared unsafe by the city
The moment your commercial building has been legally declared unsafe, you will be in for trouble. If you are renting it out to one or more businesses, then they will have to move their businesses to another property. At this point, if you don't have the intention of making all the necessary repairs to bring the building up to code, then the best thing to do is to demolish it so it doesn't become a liability.