When you’re the CEO of a rising startup, real estate often takes a backseat to driving the business forward. But should it? Tech giants have started in a garage or a dorm room—unconventional spaces that have become part of the DIY mythos of Silicon Valley. But in reality, your space should be a platform for you to test, explore and scale, because your environment will shape your decisions, your culture and your thinking. Whether you’re a firm of two, 25 or 100, here’s the rough guide to real estate that rolls with the punches.


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First, how big are you today?

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Your real estate issues are unique to your company and business model, and so should be your solution. You should work with one of our professionals.

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Now, tell me a little about yourself.

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