When beginning the search for your office space, one of the first things you must decide is how much money you have to spend on real estate. This can impact the area in which your office is located, the age of the building, what kind of amenities the building offers and, essentially, the class of building you can consider.

Office properties are typically divided into three main categories, Class A, Class B and Class C. While there aren’t any all-encompassing rules to these classifications, they are typically based on quality factors such as building age, amenities and aesthetics.

In this video, AQUILA’s Matt Wilhite will go over even more details about Class A, B, and C spaces.

To learn more about office classifications, read our article Commercial Property Classifications & Types of Office Spaces (Class A Office, Creative Office, etc.).

Topic: For Tenants, Understanding & Negotiating Your Lease

More About Matt Wilhite

Matt Wilhite, now the Director of Leasing at WeWork, was a principal and member of the tenant representation team at AQUILA from 2013 to 2020. During his time at AQUILA, Matt specialized in office lease transactions and building acquisitions and dispositions.

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