Office space in Tulsa

Choose from over 5 locations in Tulsa.

Our office space in Tulsa is well-equipped to meet your organisation’s needs

Our serviced offices feature high-speed Internet and business grade facilities, so you can transition into the space easily. With a staffed reception, short and long-term leases and additional facilities available, our offices to rent in Tulsa provide solutions for businesses of any size.
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Building at 321 S. Boston in Tulsa
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6.54 m

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Recognised as a commercial hub, Uptown Dallas also benefits from being only 20 minutes from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

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Downtown Austin serves as the city’s commercial centre and it is also home to several tech companies including Facebook.

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The affluent suburb of Champion Forest provides hi-end accommodation, far enough removed from the hectic city while maintaining easy access.

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Situated 30 minutes from downtown Houston, Willowbrook offers a relaxed location while being a prime dining and shopping destination.

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About office space in Tulsa

Tulsa in Oklahoma is one of the many places where we have a range of office space for rent. Our rental offices in the city provides flexible accommodation for all types of office-based projects, by including business grade Internet over efficient and secure WiFi, with ergonomic office furniture and customisable layout options. Our serviced offices in Tulsa are fully furnished and also benefit from a staffed reception. Compared with the cost of owning office space, our daily rentals allow you to only pay for space as and when you use it. Furthermore, our team will ensure that the utilities and admin are dealt with, so you only pay a single charge.

While the prosperity of Tulsa was originally built on the oil industry, these days it provides a diverse and thriving economy across multiple sectors. Thanks to its situation at the intersection of the US-75, US-412 and Interstate 44, the city’s 960,000 inhabitants enjoy excellent transport links. These are further enhanced by several Amtrak Rail freight lines and nearby Tulsa International Airport. The aforementioned aviation hub is the busiest in the state and, despite a decline in oil production, the city is still able to boast a $30 billion economy. Along with the Oklahoma and Rogers State universities, companies including American Airlines and BOK Financial Corporation make a substantial contribution towards employment here.

What’s available

Interior offices

Interior offices

A regular Regus office, minus the view; our lowest cost office space.

Window office

Window office

A private office space with a view, available in all our centres.