Where does Truss lease space?

Truss is available today in Chicago, Washington, D.C., Boston, and Los Angeles, and we’re expanding fast. If we aren’t in your city yet, you should still sign up. That way, you’ll be the first to know when we open in your area. We can’t wait to work with you!

Who is Truss for?

If you’re a small or medium business looking to lease office, coworking, retail or industrial space, Truss is for you. Whether your current lease is ending or this is the first time moving into your own office, Truss helps your business navigate the process and lease a space you love.

What kind of spaces will I find on Truss?

Use Truss to find and lease office space under 10,000 square feet, coworking, and subleases. We also list retail space under 10,000 square feet, and industrial space under 50,000 square feet.

Do you have short term options like coworking and subleases?

Yes, we list all types of office space available in the market aggregated into our platform. Our streamlined process will compare the options with other listings so you can get the best deal that’s right for your business.

How much does Truss cost tenants?

Truss is free for tenants. We get paid by the landlord of the property.

How do you make money if your service is free?

We are paid a commission by the landlord when a lease is signed (like all commercial real estate brokers).

What’s included in the pricing information displayed on Truss?

Truss includes all pricing information to give you a clear sense of what your new space will cost you each month. Costs we’ll show you are rent, utilities, taxes, and operating expenses including building amenities like lobby security. This will ensure that our search results are showing you spaces that meet your budget.

Does Truss represent landlords?

No. Truss represents tenants and negotiates the best deal for them. However, it is free for the entire leasing community to list their spaces or coworking on our platform.

Why are you named Truss?

We’re architecture nerds: a truss is a framework that supports a roof, bridge, or other structure.