With every year, more office space in offered in Belgrade, but there is a slight difference of the type of the space clients look for lately. Previous years the most of the clients rented office space in big business quarts, however more of them are renting bigger empty apartments for business purposes.
Still the most popular business location is New Belgrade, so the most of companies are moving out the city center to this part of the city due to the it’s wideness and enough parking space. When looking for the right business space all the clients have more or less the same demands and the accent is on the good connections with other part of the city, office disposition, enough parking space and good Internet connections.
Although in the last years there have been build more than 250 000 km2 of office space all around Belgrade, prices are still very high. Prices vary from 3 euros to 25 euros per m2, and even higher in elite business complexes such as Ušće, whereas for a monthly rent of 200 m2 office space you should single out up to 5500 euros.
Generally the most expensive is New Belgrade and small companies have very big problem to find proper office space for a decent prices.
These are some of the advices OUR HUB is giving to you, how to find a good office space in Belgrade:
Obviously both of the factors mentioned previously—location and price—will influence the size of the commercial premises you choose, but it’s an
important point to mention.
As a very general rule, it’s normally recommended to have 70 square feet per person. However, you know your business best. If your employees need
bigger desks or more storage for example, then up this figure appropriately.
There’s also the issue of meeting and rest space. You’ll need an area to meet with clients, and your colleagues need somewhere to eat their lunch!
Here are a couple of simple questions that’ll help you work out if the offices you’re looking at are the right size:
1. Will I have at least 70 square feet of floor space per person?
2. Do I have room to grow staffing levels in line with growth projections?
3. Do I have a dedicated space for meetings with clients?
4. Are my employees going to be happy with their social/recreation areas?
There’s no doubt that a cramped office reduces productivity, so don’t skimp on floor space.