Office Space Calculator

Wondering how much Atlanta office space your company needs?  Input your requirements below in our Atlanta Office Space Calculator to determine the amount of square footage that is needed to accommodate your company’s use and employees as well as estimate your monthly rental amount.  Once completed:

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Private Offices

CEO/Director Offices

CEO/Director Offices
15x20

Quantity

Square feet

Partner's Offices

Partner's Offices
15x15

Quantity

Square feet

Standard Offices

Standard Offices
15x10

Quantity

Square feet

Small Offices

Small Offices
10x10

Quantity

Square feet

Workstations

Large

Large
8x8

Quantity

Square feet

Medium

Medium
8x6

Quantity

Square feet

Small

Small
6x6

Quantity

Square feet

Common Areas

Large Reception

Large Reception
15x25

Quantity

Square feet

Small Reception

Small Reception
15x15

Quantity

Square feet

Board Room

Board Room
15x35

Quantity

Square feet

Conference Room

Conference Room
15x20

Quantity

Square feet

Small Meeting Room

Small Meeting Room
10x10

Quantity

Square feet

Custom

Custom space
x

Quantity

Square feet

Back Office Areas

Work Room (Copy, fax, mail)

Work Room (Copy, fax, mail)
15x15

Quantity

Square feet

Kitchen/Break Room

Kitchen/Break Room
15x15

Quantity

Square feet

Coffee Bar/Galley

Coffee Bar/Galley
6x10

Quantity

Square feet

Files/Storage (Large)

Files/Storage (Large)
15x25

Quantity

Square feet

Files/Storage (Small)

Files/Storage (Small)
10x12

Quantity

Square feet

Telecom Room

Telecom Room
10x8

Quantity

Square feet

Server Room

Server Room
10x10

Quantity

Square feet

Custom

Custom space
x

Quantity

Square feet

USF Subtotal 
Circulation Factor%
Total Usable Square Feet 
Common Area Factor%
Total Required Rentable Square Feet (RSF*) 
* Landlords charge Tenants based on the number of Rentable Square Feet ("RSF") leased. The RSF calculation starts as a total of the Usable Square Footage ("USF"), the dimensions of the actual spaces. To this USF is added a Circulation Factor, typically 30% - 40%, which is essentially the space allowing movement between the individual rooms/spaces. Landlords then add to this number a Common Area Factor ("CAF"), typically about 15%, to account for those areas shared by all tenants in a multi-tenant building (lobby, restrooms, shared hallways, etc.).
Type of Office Space RSF Required Gross Annual
Cost/RSF*
Gross Monthly
Cost
Gross Annual
Cost
* Gross Annual Costs/RSF (Rentable Square Foot) in the form below are average asking rates for the area and are updated quarterly.
** The distinction between classes of office space is subjective. Office buildings are classified according to a combination of location and physical characteristics. Class B and Class C buildings are always defined in reference to the qualities of Class A buildings. There is no exact formula or definition by which buildings can be placed into classes; it is always dependent on the particular market, and personal judgment is always involved. Mouse over the descriptions of each class of space for more information.
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Class "A" Office

Class A buildings can be characterized as buildings that have excellent location and access, attract high quality tenants, and are managed professionally. Building materials are high quality and rents are competitive with other new buildings. In practical terms, the office buildings that you see in the heart of the financial district with lots of granite, marble and glass, and huge, expensive lobbies are examples of Class A office buildings. Class A office buildings are usually steel-framed and tall. They are often occupied by banks, law firms, investment banking companies, and other high-profile companies.

Class "B" Office

Class B buildings have good (versus excellent) locations, management, and construction, and tenant standards are high. Buildings should have very little functional obsolescence and deterioration. In practical terms, Class B buildings can be built as Class B buildings or may be older, former Class A buildings. Class B office buildings may be found in the suburbs or the less-pricey areas of major Central Business Districts.

Class "C" Office

Class C buildings are often 15 to 25 years old. Class C buidlings are typically characterized by lower quality finishes and outdated building facades and interior spaces.

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