Companies like Google have given a radical new idea of company culture and what it means to go to work everyday. As a result, the type of office space that companies are looking for has changed dramatically as well. Companies are seeking creative spaces to meet the needs of their innovative culture.

The most popular configuration among creative companies are large wide spaces with open floor plans. Gone are the days of large cubicles set off by corner offices dictating a who’s who in the chain of office hierarchy. Instead, businesses are looking for open space that encourages collaboration rather than competition.

In addition to configuration, location also plays an important part in office selection. Companies look for proximity to cool eateries, hip apartment/loft spaces and proximity to public transportation to attract the best talent seeking a cool place to work and live.

It is expected that the limited availability of these spaces will result in decreased supply, increased demand and a raise in rental prices.

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