How do I set up an account?
It’s easy to set up your free account. Just go to OfficeSpace.com and click on the Sign up text on the top right of the page. You can set up an OfficeSpace.com account or use your Linkedin login information.
How can I claim my space?
Click on “Broker Tools” and follow the instructions. You will need to create an account if you don’t already have one.
Why can’t I claim a listing?
If a space has already been claimed by another party, you may not be able to claim the listing. If you are a broker and you have been awarded the listing or are the landlord, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make the change for you.
How do I save a space to favorites?
When you see a space you like, just click on the favorites heart icon, usually found on the top right of the space details page. You can view all your favorites by going to My OfficeSpace and My Favorites.
How do I leave a review?
Find the building that you used to or currently work in and leave a review. The review box is on the bottom of every space detail page.
What does the Facebook button do?
This button will post the space you are looking at in your Facebook feed. You can do this with a private or business Facebook account.
What does the LinkedIn button do?
This button will allow you to provide your network on LinkedIn a link to this listing. Use it to promote a new property you’re associated with or to get feedback on a property you’re considering leasing.
How much does this cost?
There are no fees for this service.
Why can’t I see the name of the landlord or broker?
If you are interested in a space, you can click on the Request Details green button and your questions will be sent to the landlord/broker through our email relay system.
How can I update a listing?
Login to your account and hit the + Broker Tools button on the top right side of the page and follow the prompts to verify your account.
Type the address of the building you want to update. If the building is already in our database, you simply claim the space within the building. If your account is not associated with the building, OfficeSpace.com will verify that you are authorized to make updates to the space that you requested. Once you are authorized, under the My OfficeSpace menu, go to My Buildings and you will see all the buildings and spaces that you have been authorized to update and add.
How do I set up a tour?
When you see a space that meets your needs, click on the “Request Details” to schedule a tour. Pick a time that works for you and wait for your confirmation.
How can I get more information on a space?
There is a lot of information on the space details page. We also provide copies of the broker’s/landlord’s brochure and floor plan if available. If you need more information, just click on the “call for information” or “request details” buttons. We’re happy to help you answer any questions you may have.
What happened to my account on the old site?
If you have a login to the old site, no problem, it’s still good. Go ahead and use it to login.
How much does it cost to set up an account?
Nothing, 100% free.
How do I print my search results out?
Just hit print when you see a space you want to print out.
Can I search just one company’s/broker’s listings?
No, you cannot search by company or broker name.
Can I map all my spaces of my search?
Yes, all searches default to map view. You can switch to photo view also.
Can I email my search results info off to my client/co-worker?
Yes, when you see a space you like, just copy and paste the URL in an email and send it.
Do I need to login every time I come onto OfficeSpace.com?
We should remember that you’ve been to the site before but if not, we’ll prompt you to login whenever you’re doing something that needs it.
Do you remind us to update our spaces?
There are no auto-reminders to update your spaces. However, it’s in your best interest to keep all your spaces up to date so that potential tenants have the best information.
Why should I claim my space?
Tenants want to find space for their businesses. In order to receive the incoming lead information, you need to have claimed your space so that we know how to connect you to the tenant.
How do you calculate the cost per space?
Rent calculations are posted in terms of estimated dollars per month to keep things consistent for the tenant. If your lease is NNN, we’ve taken the stated operating costs for the previous year and applied it to the rent. If you have a gross rate, then we simply multiply the rate times square footage and divide by 12. Obviously, we know that our number may not be exact but our goal is to provide tenants with a number as close as possible to what their actual rent payment would look like per month.