Tech space opening in San Francisco

TechSpace is catering to tech startups and small companies.

A company specializing in renting space to tech startups and small businesses is gearing for expansion in San Francisco.​

TechSpace Holding recently announced that it will open its seventh TechSpace business center at 77 Geary St. in San Francisco's Grant & Geary Center Building.

TechSpace will occupy the fifth and sixth floors as it offers 29 private office suites and 333 workstations for developing companies looking for space. The site features unique architecture and design elements and is slated to open in January 2014.

"Our new San Francisco location extends TechSpace's heritage of delivering extraordinary office space and technology solutions to small- to mid-sized businesses," said Victor Memenas, CEO for TechSpace. "We're excited to bring our model of cost-effective, efficient, flexible office space to the San Francisco market. It's a great alternative to traditional commercial office space."

TechSpace also has business centers in New York, Los Angeles, and Aliso Viejo and Costa Mesa, Calif.

Surroundings of the new campus
The new TechSpace facility will be in the Union Square district, immersed in a shopping hotspot that features boutiques, luxury retail shops, cafes, restaurants, art galleries and theaters.

TechSpace feels the surroundings, along with the nearby urban park, add to the character of the building. The location is also easily reached by public transportation: Bay Area Rapid Transit, cable car lines, trolleys and buses.

Floor plan designs are set to promote worker productivity along with the tech aspects of the building, which include a Tier 1 IT infrastructure and a private firewall for its data network.

TechSpace provides tenants with everything from a mailroom to advanced telecommunications and a reception service, making it easier for startups and small companies to focus on core concerns.

"We are excited to affiliate with DivcoWest, one of San Francisco's premier real estate investment firms," Memenas added. "Their commitment to excellence mirrors our commitment to our clients. TechSpace San Francisco will allow us to expand our outstanding customer service and highly flexible, low commitment model to many more companies seeking to grow their businesses without the burdens of long-term leases and unnecessary capital investment."

This is the company's first foray into San Francisco, with three facilities in California and three more in New York already operational.

"Having such a cool, fun, totally organized and put-together partner in TechSpace enabled Pandora to manage our Los Angeles office in the best way possible for our employees and visitors," said Etienne Handman, COO of Pandora, an Internet radio company.

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