Due to the rising cost of real estate, hotel operation and regulation, hotel developers may wish to consider a mixed structure, or a structure which houses more than one type of domestic facility. A hotel which shared its structure with a condominium is one example. Choices about ownership, legal liability, use and maintenance of shared spaces should be evaluated based on the commercial and domestic needs of the intended users.

How Mixed Use Structuring Can Help Your Hotel Project Pencil Out

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