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Austin Tenant Advisors has helped over 300 companies find office space & negotiate office leases in the Austin Area. Our local expertise can help you QUICKLY find the right office space in Austin for your business. Whether your company is large, small, new or existing – we have the time, experience, and resources it takes to help you search for and find the best office space properties and help you negotiate the lowest lease rates and best terms possible.
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You don’t pay a penny for our service and there’s no obligation so why wait to contact us to see if we can help you? Just give us a call at 512-861-0525 or fill out our form with your idea criteria and we will get started on identifying only those properties that meet your business needs.
Planning For a Future Office Move?
Not ready to lease office space now but planning for a future move? Call or email us to discuss. We would be happy to provide you any free market information to help you plan for a future office space need. Also take a look at the average office lease rates in Austin and some of the most recent inventory of Austin Office Space Listings.
What Type of Office Space are You Looking For?
There is over 80 million sf of office space in Austin, and it come in various sizes, shapes, and classes. Some are old houses converted to office use, and others are skyscrapers in Downtown Austin. The determination of Classes of Office Space can be subjective depending on the marketplace or the landlord/broker listing a particular property, however the basic rules of thumb in the Austin office market are as follows:
Traditional Office Space: Typically are multistory buildings with a mix of tenants. Bathrooms, hallways, and lobbies are generally common to all tenants within the building. In most cases landlords take care of all the maintenance, repairs, and cleaning. Whether you need a downtown office or in the suburbs we can help find just what you need.
Class C Office Space: Class C buildings will generally have lower quality fit and finish to the internal and external decorations and furnishings. The design of such buildings will be basic and will typically demand the lowest rental charges. Such buildings are older than class A or B and lack functionality and modern technology, as well as located in less desirable locations.
Class B Office Space: These office properties boast some but not all of the same features as Class A, although they generally come at a lower rental rate. The buildings will have fewer architectural details than typical Class A buildings.
Class A Office Space: Will have the highest quality fit and finish to the internal furnishings and will tend to have more modern architectural detailing on the outside of the building. Such buildings will typically charge the highest rental rates and include onsite amenities like covered parking, delis, fitness centers, and state-of-the-art technology and communications offerings.
Flex Space: Tend to be one-story, concrete tilt-wall buildings with windows on one side. They provide use flexibility between office, retail, light manufacturing, laboratory, warehouse, etc. Users will generally have their own exterior entrance, private restrooms, and sometimes overhead doors. Lease rates are typically lower than traditional office rates.
Executive Office Suites: If you need short term and/or temporary office space, executive suites in Austin, Texas might be the way to go. They tend to be more expensive than leasing your own office however they are great for those who need month to month office leases.
Virtual Office Space: If you don’t need a physical office presence however would like to have a corporate office address and/or have a receptionist answer your phones, virtual office space in Austin might be the solution for you.
Whether you are looking for a small executive suite or a large traditional office, Austin Tenant Advisors can help you find and negotiate the most appropriate office space for rent in Austin to fit your means.