Lease Office Space in Orlando Florida
Trying to find the best office space for rent in Orlando is never easy, and usually not cheap once you find the right building. LIke most markets Orlando has bounced back a bit in recent months (mainly over the last year) and prices are on the rise, although it depends on what type of space and how many sq ft you need (larger warehouse or offices say over 25,000 sq ft still have very good incentives). If you are just looking for something short term, then we recommend looking into executive suites in Orlando that are move in ready, have admin support, parking, internet, and much more. Typically executive suites will start at about $500 a month for 109 sq ft. Recent pricing in Orlando had retail spaces at the low end of $14 per year per SF and office spaces in Orlando could be found for about $11/SF/per year. Of course warehouse and industrial rates are cheaper and often times easier to negotiate a good deal for. The biggest mistake that most companies make while searching for commercial real estate is that they don't Take their time. Be sure to exhaust many options before signing a long term lease (say 3 years or more).
Another key factor in renting an office space in Orlando is to be aware of your commute, and what access your employees or clients will have to get to the office. The 4 and the 408 are the main hubs in and around orlando, but there are many other roads that can be used to get around like - North and South Orange, West Central and WEst Gore. Orange Blossom Trail is another main artery that commuters can use to find our Orlando offices for lease. With a populatoin of about 250,000 the commute rush can be quite hectic and you definitely want to plan ahead before deciding on what building to call home. Major companies like Sea World, Walt Disney World, the Orlando Magic and other businesses make this city a main travel destination for American and foreigners alike.
There are pros and cons to renting a traditional office space. Pros would be more control of the office space itself - you can ask for "landlord buildouts" where the landlord will cover expenses to add a bathroom, or tear down walls to create a call center environment, etc. Some of the cons of renting that type of office space in Orlando might be lease terms, which typically are gonna be longer than renting an executive suite. You will see 2, 3 even 5 year lease terms on traditional offices which can be overwhelming. In the end it just depends on what your business needs. Feel free to contact officespaceheaven for more details on the search and leasing process in Orlando and all over Florida.