Changing the way
offices are utilized

The background of the TailoredSpace story.

Our Story

TailoredSpace was founded by industry leaders within the Southern California office market. We noticed that every lease negotiation came down to the same critical issues: Lease Term & Construction Costs. The interests of the Tenants & Landlords were always in conflict over these issues! So, we asked ourselves the question that would ultimately launch TailoredSpace:
How do we provide custom offices with no lease terms?
TailoredSpace found the solution in creating flexible office space utilizing mobile wall technology. Incorporating moveable walls means that every office and suite can be custom built to each company’s unique needs. Members tell us the number of desks, offices, and conference rooms needed & we can construct it within 24 hours! And, many of our walls are reusable making them environmentally friendly, reducing tons of construction waste.

TailoredSpace Campuses provide space to grow from coworking Desks to dedicated Offices and Suites which are constructed for flexibility & community. Every membership is offered on a month-to-month basis with custom layouts. Every Campus is centered around coworking & communal spaces (lounge, kitchen, conference room, outside seating) which increases the spacial efficiency while creating a collaborative & community driven work environment.

Our Values.

  • Flexible

    Business changes quickly. The flexibility of month-to-month memberships & reconfigurable offices is a competitive advantage for our Members.
  • Service

    We are in the service industry rather than real estate. As such, our ability to respond to the needs of our members will shape both of our success.

  • Sustainable

    Traditional construction techniques are wasteful & inefficient. We embrace change that’s both environmentally friendly & smart for business.
  • Communal

    Community is critical for productivity & overall health. We create welcoming Campuses that encourage collaboration between all Members.
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