Commercial real estate marketplace giant, Truss, has recently announced that it is bringing its award-winning platform to the Los Angeles market with some 1,900 offices spaces and 100 coworking locations.
Truss is one of the only marketplaces where prices are up for display for small business owners looking for commercial real estate spaces to rent. Truss lists spaces including coworking, retail and industrial.
"Due to the large geographic area in Southern California, entrepreneurs taking the time to do physical tours of their potential office space is a daunting and unproductive task," said Tom Smith, Co-Founder of Truss. "We are launching Truss in Los Angeles to streamline the process - from searching to leasing - through our online marketplace. The opportunity to compress lease times by searching and touring online is greatly amplified in this part of the country compared to any other market."
LA is considered the next big tech industry for the United States. With its rampant entertainment industry, the techie side is starting to gain momentum, with the city's tech employment increasing 14.6% from 2016 to 2017. In this market, Truss will offer over 9 million searchable square feet of space. The marketplace will also offer tours and leases on their platform in the more popular neighborhoods including Culver City, Hollywood and Santa Monica.
"We know that to future-proof our company, we need our tenants to find us where they already are – online. Truss speaks the same language as our tenants and through this partnership, our real estate will be showcased when the right startups are looking for their next office space." -- Eric Roseman, Vice President of Innovation & Partnerships at Lincoln Property Company.
Edited by V. Haviland