We have all heard the saying “location, location, location” as the three most important things a property should have. And it’s true – location is key to consider for any building project. Explore what makes a “good” location – from safety and property values, to nearby schools and water views. Access to urban amenities such as popular shops, restaurants, and public spaces provide convenience for building occupants and visitors. For businesses, location means customers are able to find the building with ease. The right location can bring profitability through proximity to a target market, and face-to-face knowledge sharing. A good location also means being very close, and having easy access to, some sort of public transportation.