Yohan, Great questions! Check out a company called PivotDesk
.The model is setup asthe airbnb for office space. It was designed to fit the exact need you discussed. Even though I co-founded PivotDesk, as an office broker for growing tech companies, I use tools outside of PivotDesk as well. LinkedIn
is surprisingly very good, especially if you only want to work with people inside your network. Posting an "office space needed" update will produce surprisingly positive results. The other is Craigslist
. We have a lot of our clients start there and find a small locally owned space the landlord is renting cheap to help cover their mortgage. Other sites like 42floors, SquareFoot, LoopNet, etc can be options. No matter which route you go, a good way to start is to reach out to a local office broker who specializes in technology spaces.