Flexible vs. Traditional Office Space: 8 Reasons Why BaySpace is a Superior Choice

In today’s fast-paced and evolving business landscape, the location and design of workspaces are critical in determining success. Providing flexible alternatives to traditional office space, BaySpace is an exceptional choice for businesses desiring adaptive, cost-effective spaces that can improve their bottom line. 

Following are eight reasons why BaySpace offers exceptional choices for businesses searching for workspaces:

  1. Flexibility in Lease Terms: While traditional office spaces typically require long-term lease commitments, many businesses, particularly startups, need flexible lease terms. This is due to potential rapid growth and requiring larger spaces, or smaller spaces when there is a need to downsize. BaySpace offers flexible lease terms, allowing businesses to adapt to changing needs without the stress of long-term commitments.

  2. Variety of Spaces: Whether for a solopreneur, growing startup, or an established enterprise, BaySpace offers a range of workspaces measuring from 300 to over 50,000 square feet.

  3. Strategic Locations: Businesses need to be located within a hub of activity — surrounded by potential customers, partners, and collaborators. BaySpace locations are spread in thriving markets across Florida, in cities such as Medley (near Miami), Orlando, St. Petersburg and more, BaySpace locations are strategically placed in thriving markets.
  4. Cost-Effective: With traditional office spaces, businesses often end up paying for more than just the space. Hidden costs, maintenance fees, and infrastructure setup can quickly escalate expenses. At BaySpace, businesses enjoy a clear, cost-effective structure, devoid of surprise expenses.

  5. Community and Collaboration: Businesses often need to be located where their employees can network, collaborate and grow together. While traditional office spaces often isolate businesses instead of integrating them, BaySpace offers more than just a physical workspace: it creates community. 

  6. Safety and Modern Amenities: With 24/7 access, video surveillance, and state-of-the-art amenities, BaySpace ensures businesses operate in a secure and modern environment. Traditional offices might not always prioritize these features, and retrofitting them can be expensive and time-consuming.

  7. Room for Growth: While businesses evolve, so should their spaces. At BaySpace, businesses have the opportunity to scale up or down based on their needs. Such flexibility is rare in traditional office setups, where changing space often means a complex, prolonged move.

  8. Expertise of Basis Industrial: As a subsidiary of Basis Industrial, an established real estate owner and operator with development, management and acquisition expertise, BaySpace offers vast experience in managing and developing more than 15 million square feet of real estate assets. This means businesses at BaySpace not only have a space in which to operate, but also the support and expertise of a seasoned real estate team.

BaySpace offers a contemporary, flexible, and advantageous solution for today’s businesses. By choosing BaySpace, businesses align themselves with a forward-thinking approach to workspace, positioning themselves for success and growth in the modern business landscape.

About BaySpace and Basis Industrial

BaySpace is the property management arm of Basis Industrial, a vertically integrated real estate owner and operator formed by industry veterans and sponsors Jay Massirman, Stephen Garchik and Daniel Weinstein. Anthony Scavo, COO/president, runs day-to-day activities of the company. Together, they have over 100 years of combined real estate development and management experience. With deep roots in the self-storage and industrial sectors, Basis currently owns over 2.5 million square feet of self-storage and industrial real estate, and is scheduled to close another 1 million square feet in 2023. Active markets for Basis include South Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Boston, Los Angeles, and select urban markets nationwide. In total, sponsors have developed and managed over 15 million square feet of real estate assets including self-storage, industrial, retail, office and residential. For more information, visit bayspace.com or basisindustrial.com/.