42Floors launches office space search engine in Scottsdale

 42Floors, a free office space search engine, announced today that it is expanding to cover Scottsdale.

42 FloorsThe company, which launched three years ago in San Francisco, is partnering with Scottsdale’s local landlords and commercial real estate brokers to make it easier for everyone to search for office space.

“Scottsdale is a hot market right now. A lot of companies headquartered in San Francisco, like Weebly, Zenefits and Yelp, are opening up offices here or moving to Scottsdale altogether,” said Jason Freedman, the CEO at 42Floors.

“We have plans to expand nationally, but Scottsdale seemed like the most compelling choice for our third major market. It is a significantly different market to San Francisco or New York which are densely populated, metropolitan areas and we think there is a lot of value in non-traditional tech markets. We’re excited to be part of it.”

42Floors offers a painless search experience that is free for both tenants and brokers.

“We connect the tenant or tenant broker directly to the listing agent through our site,” says Mr. Freedman.

Currently, 42Floors lists 400 offices for lease in Scottsdale and adds new office space listings daily.

“We are focused on flexible and smaller office spaces. So our median office size is 2,300 square feet in Scottsdale,” says Mr. Freedman.

“Throughout our history as a company, finding your first or second office is the most time consuming and difficult process. And that’s what 42Floors is trying to solve.”

According to 42Floors’ research, internet users in Scottsdale search for office space an average of 6,000 times a month, compared to users in metro phoenix searching 23,000 times.

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