Why More QSRs Will Consider Smaller Footprints Post-COVID-19

Commercial Property Executive

Smaller dining spaces create new opportunities for both property owners and tenants, according to Chris Maling of Avison Young.

Although some restaurants have been struggling as they largely rely on sit-down business and alcohol sales, overall, the quick-service-restaurant sector has fared well during this crisis. Before COVID-19, a majority of QSRs already offered social distancing-friendly features, such as drive-thrus, takeout/curbside pick-up, and delivery services. This gave them an advantage that no one could have predicted.

As we look beyond this unprecedented time—hopefully never having to face something like this again—indelible marks of varying degrees have inevitably been infused into the behavior and habits of the consumer. This reality has motivated QSRs to cast a critical eye over their operations. They are rethinking numerous strategies and procedures in hopes of setting themselves up for success moving forward.

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