Setting up a Rental Studio

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I am looking at setting up a photography studio to have available for rent.

I'm curious what particular things everyone here looks for when the rent a studio? What qualities make one studio better than another? Also when looking to rent a studio what changes your mind to not do so?

Think in the range of 2,000sq ft. Which would have area taken up by a lofted office, as well as an open kitchen area, small lounge/client area and bathroom. The rest available for studioness.

What are some opinions on hardwood vs. concrete floors. For hardwood the photographer who did portraits of Ali, Tony Hawk, Jerry Seinfeld ext... come to mind. Can't remember his name, like the worn wood floor in his studio.
 

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