What is SpaceTogether?

By Brett Farrow

SpaceTogether is an online space for business leaders and organizations to find what they're looking for, whether that's a renter for their commercial space, or an entirely new space to grow. SpaceTogether's technology is designed to help business leaders find one another, communicate, and support hassle-free payments, so you can transform empty space into opportunity.

Why would I use SpaceTogether?

Renters: You can read reviews of the space and the person providing it, and securely message the space provider to negotiate the right deal for your budget. Once you've found the perfect place, you can pay for the space instantly with your credit card using secure payment processing.

Space Providers: You can rent your entire space or sections of it, and you can set the length: agreements anywhere from hours to months long. You can turn your space into a revenue stream during times when it would normally be empty. You can vet your prospective renters through our verification process, as well as reviews. And you'll never have to track down your tenant for a check again; our technology processes payments and automatically charges their credit card, depositing the payment into your account as soon as the payment clears.

How do I get started?

Sign up for an account and transform empty space into opportunity. It's easy, and we'll be here every step of the way.


SpaceTogether does not own, create, sell, resell, provide, control, manage, offer, deliver, or supply any listings, rental services, or act as a real estate agent or broker. SpaceTogether does not receive any commissions or referral fees from any resulting transactions.

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