Executive Suites and Commercial Property for Lease Houston, TX

Executive Suites and Offices for Rent in Houston, TX by Workstyle. Lease or rent small office space for your business with conference rooms and Wi-Fi included. Our friendly staff are ready to help you find the perfect executive suite in Houston to start or expand your company!


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These upscale, open offices allow for a flexible environment while still providing a professional place for you to grow your business. Choose from a variety of configurations, including desk space, private offices, or multi-office suites. Each option gives you access to Workstyle amenities such as a lounge, a coffee bar, a meeting rooms, presentation space, break areas, and more, all with a sleek, modern appearance. Best of all, they come with an affordable rent, and are available in a number of areas across Houston. Try touring one of our small executive suites in Houston before you look for a small office for rent!


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Houston Executive Suites for Lease and Rent

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Commercial Real Estate in Houston

Houston is the nation’s fifth-largest office market, with 194 million square feet of net rentable area. This sprawling city has seen strong economic growth in the past decade, on top of one of the most successful — if not the most successful — recoveries from the Great Recession. It was the first major city to regain all of its jobs lost in the recent economic downturn. Plus, by 2013 it had added two jobs for every one job lost during the recession. For this feat, the U.S. Bureau of Statistics named the Texas juggernaut the #1 city in the nation for job creation. You can see a full list of available space for lease in Houston by Boxer Property.


All of this bodes well for businesses in Houston. Though the city may not, from an outsider’s perspective, have the same cosmopolitan image as New York City or Los Angeles, it boasts an array of practical advantages that make it an amazing place in which to live, work, learn, play, and grow.


The first of these, of course, is the city’s aforementioned stability. Houston has a track record of going responsibly slow and steady at the appropriate times, but full speed ahead when it comes to innovation and advancement.


Houston’s residents and employers also count its central, southern location as a boon. Situated in the Central Time Zone — two hours ahead of the west coast and one hour behind the east coast — the city’s position allows optimal opportunities for business communication and travel. Its mild winters mean few if any weather-related interruptions in productivity. That also encourages year-round events, conventions, and tourism.


Connecting to the world outside couldn’t be easier thanks to the city’s infrastructure, which includes two major airports (George W. Bush Intercontinental Airport and Houston Hobby Airport) as well as the Port of Houston.

The skilled, educated, diverse workforce provides the city its innovative edge across all job types. Houston has more than 3 million employees working in an economy based primarily on the energy industry (see available office space for lease in the Energy Corridor), but also bolstered by biomedical research, aerospace, information technology, and more. In 2012, the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land MSA’s gross domestic product was $449 billion, the fourth-largest of any American metropolitan area. In addition, the state’s real gross domestic product in 2014 grew by 5.2%, compared to the nation’s 2.39% average. All in all, Texas’ economy continues to thrive, thanks in large part to Houston’s strong lead.

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Houston at a Glance


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Commercial Growth

Recent industry growth in Houston has mirrored its strong economic growth. Major industries such as energy, health care, nanotechnology, and aerospace continue to perform well, while the city has seen gains above the U.S. average in mining and logging, construction, wholesale trade, information, and education and health services.


A high percentage of Houston’s jobs fall into the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) realms. Whereas approximately one-quarter of jobs in the top 100 U.S. metro areas are STEM-focused, about one-third of Houston’s jobs can be found in those fields. Indeed, only Silicon Valley has a higher concentration of engineering occupations than Houston. In addition, the region’s 5,000+ energy firms and the world’s largest petrochemical manufacturing area have helped Houston earn the distinction of being the world capital of the oil and gas industry.


Texas consistently ranks among the top states in which to do business, supported by its business-friendly tax structure. Houston entities enjoy no corporate income tax and no individual state income tax, which adds up to one of the best professional climates in the country.

Houston Executive Office Suite Considerations

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Workstyle members get full access to conference rooms. One of the many considerations when choosing a location to start your business.

When you lease business space in Houston, you should take several things into account. The most noticeable everyday aspect about the city is its climate. The average low temperature in winter months hovers above 40°, which eases the burden of heating costs. However, six months out of the year have high temperatures averaging above 80°. You will need air conditioning, and you will need it constantly. That is why it’s important to consider the age and energy efficiency of an office’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) technology.


You’ll also need to think about price, and what your dollar will get you in different areas of Houston. Inside “the Loop” (I-610), you’ll typically pay more per square foot, but you’ll be in the center of the city and close to several major freeways. Of the Inner Loop areas, The Galleria and Greenway Plaza run the highest. However, they offer beautiful locales; upscale dining, shopping, and attractions; and high visibility. Outside the city walls, The Woodlands, Pearland, and Sugar Land can also have above-average rents; the upswing here is the proximity to affluent residents, safer neighborhoods, and tight-knit communities. For more affordable office space for rent , search in Houston but outside the Loop, or check the outskirts of The Woodlands and other suburbs.


Houston spans 600 square miles — almost twice the size of New York City. Think about your office location and proximity to major freeways, as long commutes through gridlock can get old very quickly. If your work requires you to travel frequently, an office with convenient access to one of Houston’s two airports may be worth it.


Careful research into these factors — as well as the flexibility of office space, proximity to local businesses, and availability of parking — will help insure you choose from the best executive suites Houston.


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Fun, vibrant colors and modern furniture is seen throughout Workstyle locations. We love the idea that an office can be a happy place.

Executive Office Space Design Ideas

If you’re looking to establish a business in Houston, the design of your office or executive suite is very important.

  • Do you want spacious open areas or a more cozy location?
  • What is your core customer use to, and what are they looking for?

We try to examine fun and cool office design ideas to help inspire engaging spaces.


What is the Cost of an Executive Suite in Houston?

There are many factors that go into pricing an office or commercial space in Houston.

  • Do tenants have access to conference rooms?
  • Is the Wi-Fi included in the original price (Workstyle is all inclusive) or is it added on after the lease pricing?
  • Do you have to pay for access to suite locations in other cities?
  • Do you want to pay for a receptionist or mainly answer calls directly?

We break down and compare prices of commercial real estate in Houston.


Office Space Rental FAQ

We get questions about executive suites and office space rentals all the time.

  • What type of office suites my business?
  • How much square footage do I need?
  • How much is the average cost of office space in my area?
  • What types of location within my budget is best for my business?
  • Are there termination fees if I break a lease?

We answer these frequently asked questions about executive office rentals and more.