The answer is:
When linked with a choice it may well make you whine
Adding OR(choice) to deal, we get ORDEAL which will surely make me whine.
And when builders have it, oh how they do pine
Builders would love a deal that is fat for their pockets. Also, deal in its noun form means pine or building material.
To some it's an art where deceit may abound
I feel this is about dishonest deals done by people? Also, As @GarethMcCaughan points out, this may refer to "The Art of the Deal" written by the current President of the United States.
Inside a location some suits lead around.
I think this is telling about business deals. (Also, lead around could be an anagram indicator. (Lead)*=Deal.)Also, Deal is a part of "insiDE A Location".
It's practically perfect when headed by me
Adding I to deal, we get IDEAL which means perfect.
It's leading the way for intoxicant free
This probably means taking measures (meaning of deal) against intoxicants? @Gareth again points out a Dealcoholised which means alcohol-free.(I confess, I had no idea such a word existed).
HughMeyers helps here with his original intention: Apparently, in the English channel, in Kent(which lies in broken test) there is a place called "Deal" which is the answer.