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Posted by  Donald on February 24, 2004 at 08:47:55:

In Reply to:  Re: Retail Store Cost question posted by D esign on February 23, 2004 at 10:37:39:

It will cost as much as you put into it. A bookstore retail space I completed last year, located in a mall in Georgia was 1600sf and cost $225/SF. It had partially marble floors, custom book shelves and custom storefront and signage. Of course it could cost much less if ceilings are left open..ie: GAP or if you limit your lighting budget and finishes. Too many variables to get a real bottom line number.

You can go online and get a generic RS Means cost estimate quote for any project type as a low, medium and high cost breakdown price at www.FirstSourceONL.com. Just plug in the project type and location and get range of costs to that particular area.

 
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