Why We’re Celebrating 2016 [Video]

The team at OfficeSpace.com wishes you a Happy Holiday! 2016 flew by, and we want to thank you for helping us have our best year yet! Millions of tenants used OfficeSpace.com, hundreds of thousands of broker-to-tenant connections were made, and tens of thousands of brokers got exposure nationwide. We put together a video to recap the … Continue reading

Podcast with OfficeSpace.com’s Susie Algard

OfficeSpace.com’s CEO, Susie Algard, is featured in this week’s podcast of The Champions for Corporate Tenants. Tune in as Algard sits down with Stephen Cugier and Gil White to discuss the origin and evolution of OfficeSpace.com, what customer data is revealing about tenants, how technology is influencing the search for office space, and more! Click here to listen to the full … Continue reading

Eco-Friendly Office Space: Modern Ways to Make Your Office Greener

Contemporary office culture has come a long way since people first started talking about green solutions. Here are a few things to consider when you’re taking steps toward creating more sustainable office practices. Don’t Forget Your Tech In today’s office world, suggestions like “recycle your paper” are swiftly becoming much less relevant than energy saving … Continue reading

Tenants. Tenants, Everywhere.

Throughout the past year, one of our goals has been to develop a better understanding of who our users are. While we have always had a general idea about this, it was important for us to confirm our understanding of the matter, especially considering how much we’ve grown over the past 12 months. We’re now … Continue reading

Why Brokers Won’t Return Entrepreneurs’ Calls

It’s a common complaint among entrepreneurs looking for office space. Why don’t brokers call them back? The truth is that the majority of brokers do return inquiries. At OfficeSpace.com, we’ve found that how you phrase your initial request about space has a huge impact on whether or not you get a response. After analyzing 10,000 email … Continue reading

Creating Productive Office Space in 5 Easy Steps

Let the Sunshine In! – Adjusting Light and Temperature These may seem like basic necessities for any office space, but the benefits of maximizing their potential are often overlooked. While people are naturally more enthusiastic when they’re comfortable in their environment, as no employee wants to be stuck in a sweltering, dark space, recent studies … Continue reading

Startups, Get Your Finances in Order Before Leasing Office Space

This post was authored by Nathan Smith, a commercial real estate consultant and owner of Austin Tenant Advisors.    As a startup or new business owner it’s important to be financially prepared before starting the process of looking for and leasing office space. Gathering your financial information and making your startup look financially strong in the eyes of … Continue reading

When Does it Make Sense to Use a Broker to Find Office Space?

With the explosive growth of small businesses in the U.S., more entrepreneurs are finding themselves negotiating and closing leases without the help of a broker. While at times it makes sense to do this, using a broker in the right scenario can greatly assist in securing the best possible lease for you and your company. … Continue reading

Close Encounters of the CRE Kind.

The OfficeSpace team had the pleasure of hosting it’s first home town event for the CRE community in Seattle this past week. It was an intimate evening with an open format for answering questions on our broker services, product demonstrations, all of course while engaging with everyone on the latest commercial real estate talk in … Continue reading

2013 Didn’t Bring An NBA Team to Seattle, But It Did Bring…

What does Seattle have?  A thriving start-up community and established technology hub, world renowned coffee, an infamous independent music scene, a top ranked NFL team, the lush green of the Pacific NorthWest and so much more. Sadly, 2013 did not bring back an NBA team, but there is a game changer in town. OfficeSpace.com’s long … Continue reading