flex space


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flex space

Originally,industrial space that could be configured as needed for offices,manufacturing,assemblage,or warehousing.Today,the term usually refers to flexible office arrangements such as movable walls, offices shared by different people during different time slots, or any number of other flexible arrangements.

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The office spaces of Phase III will provide needed flex space for upcoming renovations at Kansas State University.
An additional five-acre parcel on site has been permitted to build up to 66 flex space units with the opportunity to build to suit.
Commenced leases totaled approximately 997,000 square feet of space, including nearly 611,000 square feet of Turn-Key Flex space leased at an average annual GAAP rental rate of $168.
Occupancy of flex space, which may be used for research and development and other uses, increased 4 percent over the year.
Brand new construction on major hwy in Citrus Co, 17,000 square ft total, 12,000 sq ft retail/warehouse flex space, 4 adjoining (1250 sq ft) retail units for rent on 4.
As the fog surrounding office buildings, retail stores, and other commercial properties gradually clears, one question often remains clouded for many property managers: Does my flex space need to comply with the ADA?
7 million square feet of multi-tenant flex space comprised of nine separate business parks.
The flex space is a room without a pre-determined purpose.
000 s/f of flex space in Hauppauge on behalf of Display Presentations Ltd.
2 million square feet of multi-tenant industrial and flex space in 30 business parks in Northern California, which now accounts for 26.
This transaction marks the largest flex space deal in the market year-to-date," said.
0 million square feet of multi-tenant office and flex space, and in the overall Washington Metro market, PS Business Parks now owns 6.