WHY TECHSPACE?

Here's our top 10 reasons

  • 1
    Where you want to be

    All our office space locations have creatively charged environments centrally located in major business, culture and transportation hubs.

  • 2
    Inspiring

    Our modern office spaces are simply stunning. Come take a tour and see for yourself.

  • 3
    Innovative

    Whether you’re a start-up or an established business, our office spaces will make ideas pop and create greatness.

  • 4
    Defined Space

    Specialized office space designed to fit your business. Secure, dedicated offices fostering collaboration and teamwork.

  • 5
    Flexible

    All of our office spaces are cool and unique. Expand or downsize without the hassle of moving.

  • 6
    All- Encompassing

    Collaborative office spaces, unique common areas with the best tech, voice, internet and Wi-Fi available.

  • 7
    Tech

    Plug and play. It is that easy. Scalable, fast, secure. Hit it and go!

  • 8
    Practical

    Furniture, fixtures, power, tech. Eliminate wasted time, money and effort thinking about office space. Grow, shrink, succeed!

  • 9
    Creative

    Communities and ecosystems that encourage daring thoughts, offer support and enliven social interaction.

  • 10
    Easy

    WIN, SUCCEED, BE HAPPY

Founded in 1997

Founded in 1997, TechSpace is the nation's premier full-service office space facilities, coworking spaces, and infrastructure provider. We integrate world-class flexible office space, state-of-the-art technology services and business process outsourcing solutions, enabling our customers to focus on their core business.

In June 2002, the California-based company Enfrastructure acquired the New York-based TechSpace, a leading supplier of alternative office space and all-inclusive business services to small and mid-sized companies.

In June 2003, Enfrastructure formally changed its name to TechSpace to reflect the company's value proposition and leverage the brand awareness built by TechSpace over the years. Expanding gracefully over the years, TechSpace has grown its presence in both the West Coast (Los Angeles and Costa Mesa) and the East Coast - Manhattan.  In 2014, TechSpace opened two new locations - San Francisco and New York Flatiron. In 2015, TechSpace announced their 8th location and expansion into a new market - Austin, Texas to open in 2016.


Our people

CEO Vic Memenas
Victor Memenas Chief Executive Officer
Victor Memenas Chief Executive Officer
CEO Vic Memenas

Vic is Chief Executive Officer of TechSpace, a national provider of flexible office space and technology services. Vic has positioned the company to become a leader in the flexible office space sector, providing an attractive platform to both its clients and shareholders.

Vic was formerly TechSpace's Chief Operating Officer, responsible for the management of sales, campus operations and client services. Prior to that, he held various roles focused on product management and new business development. Prior to joining TechSpace, Victor handled new business development for Compuware Corporation.

He holds a bachelors degree from Michigan State University and an MBA from Wayne State University.

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TechSpace board member Thomas Linden
Thomas Linden Director
Thomas Linden Director
TechSpace board member Thomas Linden

Thomas M. Linden is a native of California who has been in the real estate industry for over forty years.  After attending public high school in Los Angeles, he attended the University of Southern California, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and a Master of Business Administrative degree with an emphasis in Finance and Real Estate.  Upon graduation in 1966, he joined Arthur Young & Company as a staff accountant in their Los Angeles office.  In 1970, he formed Smith & Linden, Certified Public Accountants to specialize in providing financial and accounting services to medium size companies and high net worth individuals. With the background of the accounting firm and its real estate client base, he commenced developing real estate.

For the most part, projects are held in partnerships with a small group of individuals who have similar interests and capabilities.  To date, these partnerships have developed or purchased over one million square feet of office, industrial and commercial buildings. In 1985, he joined CalMat, a New York Stock Exchange company, as an Executive Vice President and President of their real estate subsidiary.  Due to his commitment to CalMat, he sold his interest in Smith & Linden. In late 1988, CalMat made the decision to restructure, which included the disposition of its real estate development business.  In May 1989, he resigned from the company, but continued as a director until January 1999 when the company was sold to Vulcan Materials Corporation.

Tom has offices in Newport Beach where he develops and manages real estate and other investments.

Scott Blum
Scott Blum Founder
Scott Blum Founder
Scott Blum

Scott Blum is an entrepreneur who sold his first company MicroBanks at the age of 21. His second company Pinnacle Micro was a publicly traded global leader in the recordable CD industry. Scott’s third company Buy.com set the record for fastest growing company in American history.

Scott now runs ThinkTank, a startup and holding company that has produced several successful companies.

CFO Joanne Owyang
Joanne Owyang Chief Financial Officer
Joanne Owyang Chief Financial Officer
CFO Joanne Owyang

Joanne has been with TechSpace since its inception and has advanced through a series of positions with increased responsibility, becoming Vice President of Finance in 2004 before becoming CFO in 2008.  With over 15 years of finance and accounting experience, Joanne is responsible for the Company’s finance organization, corporate strategy and development, acquisitions, investor relations, controller functions and taxes.  Prior to joining TechSpace, she was an analyst for Thinktank Holdings LLC, a private investment holding company.

Prior to this, Joanne was a financial analyst for Dimensional Fund Adivsors, an institutional fund manager with over $200 billion in assets under management.  

Joanne received her Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of California, San Diego.

TechSpace Board member James Watson
James Watson Chairman
James Watson Chairman
TechSpace Board member James Watson

James "Watty" Watson is a co-founder of Enfrastructure, the predecessor of TechSpace. Currently, he is CEO and President of CT Realty Investors, responsible for the development and execution of CTRI's investment strategy as well as strategic oversight of the firm's key initiatives. Previously, James was president of Koll Development Company where he was responsible for commercial real estate operations in the Western United States and Mexico. Koll has developed more than 75 million square feet of commercial real estate.

A graduate of the University of Southern California, where he earned a bachelor's degree in public administration, James is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR). In addition, he is a member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) and has served on its National Board of Directors.

In 1993, James was appointed by Governor Wilson as State Racing Commissioner on the California Horse Racing Board.