I've noticed that my flex space is not shown on FlexFinders. What gives?
Should your space not be found on our website, simply contact us
. Please provide your web address as we need this to validate your space and add you to our website.
For Those Who Have Excess/Surplus Space
I am not a flex operator, but I do have excess space that I am looking to advertise. Can you help?
Absolutely! We know that flex space can take a whole variety of forms, and who are we to limit options. If you are not a professional flex operator but you are looking to advertise your surplus space on Flex Finders, please send us a note
and a member of our Sales Team will contact you.
You claim you have the most comprehensive listings across the US, is this just some marketing ploy?
We pride ourselves on the fact that we have captured 98% of the US flex market. It wasn't easy, but someone had to do it. Don't believe us? We triple dog dare you to find a better site.
I really like your Market & Submarket pages. Can you tell me a little more about them?
In speaking with both users and Operators of flex space, it became very clear that location, location, location is the name of the game, and that people are willing to explore new areas to work more so than if they were house hunting. With that said, we wanted to give users more information about each market and submarket to aid them in their decision making. We will be bringing in guest blog writers to add a bit more spice, but we very much want our site to think national but act local.
You seem to have a lot of definitions for Center Types, can you explain in a little bit more detail what each means?
This term is used to capture all locations that may be fully dedicated to coworking, dedicated desks, shared offices, dedicated offices or a combination of all.
It is important to note that we do not categorize the quality of the offices, so you could have a budget office with basic finishes next to a high-end office with high standard finishes all returned in your search results.
We categorize any space as an Incubator or Accelerator if some mention of these terms is found on their website. For those not familiar with this offering, Incubators/Accelerators are typically programs to which you apply and, if accepted, you typically pay reduced or no rent in exchange for some financial stake in your business.
It is important to note that some Incubators/Accelerators can provide workspace at a monthly cost without any financial stake in your business, so it is important to clarify terms with individual Operators to ensure you understand your options in full.
We use this category to help segment centers who have a unique offering that is different from a regular flex space. Descriptions of the subcategories are as follows:
Space specific to those in the legal profession. Typically, this space will include document review areas and deposition rooms.
Space that has child care facilities on site alongside office space.
This is a fairly general category highlighting spaces which specifically provide creative amenities such as podcast rooms and design studios, or those limiting membership to the creative community only.
Shared kitchen space facilities.
We have tagged any location which actively advocates a cultural or spiritual platform, as well as all centers who have identified as specifically catering to Non-Profits. Please note that there are many centers operated by Non-Profits but are open to all, in which case we have labelled these as Office.
Hackerspace for people with an interest in computing or technology who gather to work on projects while sharing ideas, equipment and knowledge. Makerspace provides workshop space for a wide range of activities and collaboration.
Locations specific to providing medical or wellness services. Most research space will be listed as Incubator/Accelerator.
Space that only provides meeting room or event space.
Spaces where users must first apply for membership to a group or club which is typically focused around a common interest. These locations will include an office space.
Locations catering to female professionals only.
I tried clicking on a link to an Operator's website and it doesn't work. What should I do?
Please click on Report a Broken Link button on the center page and we will look into the issue. Given that we do not own the URL's, some Operators will update their sites from time to time, meaning we need to as well. Thanks in advance for bringing it to our attention.