Allegro was engaged by a Not-for-Profit Corporation to assist in the evaluation of its corporate headquarters property. The organization was struggling with the need to upgrade its central operations facility which served as both a service delivery center as well as its headquarters. The organization wanted to evaluate all of its development alternatives – from renovating its current property to selling and relocating to a new location. All of these alternatives had to meet financial and service delivery criteria.
Allegro conducted a thorough analysis of the operations and functions housed at the current site. In-depth interviews with board members, administrative staff and operations/service staff provided detailed information on how real estate should best support the organization’s objectives. Allegro then developed a proprietary decision matrix that allowed the organization to measure how various real estate alternatives achieved financial and operational objectives. Using this matrix, Allegro presented the findings to the Board of Trustees and assisted the organization in making a final decision on its headquarters facility.