A commercial workspace may be synonymous with commercial office space: It’s typically any structure built for commercial tenants, like businesses, to occupy and is not residential.
The three classes of office space
are Class A, Class B, and Class C. Class A office space is generally the nicest and newest, Class B office space is average and more affordable, and Class C office space is functional, yet older and often located in less-than-desirable locations.
Coworking spaces are often large, open rooms that encourage collaboration, yet may lack the typical privacy, amenities, and organization associated with a more traditional office space. Coworking spaces usually are rented on a month-to-month basis, do not lock tenants into long-term lease agreements, and are more affordable investments for startups and new entrepreneurs.
While you can technically search for commercial office space for rent and for sale on your own, it’s recommended to hire the professional assistance of a commercial real estate broker
. Brokers have exclusive access to accurate local market intelligence as well as more training and experience than your typical agent.
You can advertise your small office space through the professional help of a commercial real estate broker or on commercial real estate listing websites. You can list your office space for free
, as well as any other commercial real estate you may want to sell or lease, right here on MyEListing.com.