Analysis: Renovating an Existing Building

Paul, Andrea
August 2006
Tourist Attractions & Parks;Aug2006, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p134
This article presents information from the International Roller Skating Association on when to convert an existing building into a roller skating rink. Before any decision is made, an owner should research rinks with a consultant who will conduct a feasibility study to determine the income potential of the facility. When looking a existing structures there are several conditions to be kept in mind. Other attractions need to be placed inside the building for a second source of revenue.


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