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San Diego Call Center Space for Rent.

Complimentary Call Center Location and Lease Negotiation Services

We specialize in identifying call center space for clients ranging from small start-ups to large corporations, specifically 25 to 200+ seat call centers. Synergy Real Estate Group has successfully negotiated leases for inbound and outbound call centers for customer service, telemarketing, solicitations, charitable, political donations operations, debt collection and market research.

How we find the perfect call center office for your business:

  • # of seats
  • Size of cubicles
  • Conference Room
  • Bandwidth
  • Power
  • Accessibility
  • Price
  • Location
  • Proximity to affordable labor pool
  • Abundant Parking

Our commercial property team will find the right space that combines an abundant and affordable labor pool with an incentive laden lease that values your tenancy. We have access to every office building in San Diego and when you call us at 858-633-0480 or fill out the form on the right we’ll be happy to send over turnkey and open area spaces with the voip and routing infrastructure necessary to run your operations.

Things to Consider When Opening a New Call Center

Companies setting up their first call center often focus on VOIP and cloud based CRM systems without realizing the capital costs of opening a new center. Costs for construction, furniture, IT equipment, wiring and backup power can quickly escalate and result in additional expenditures that weren’t originally anticipated. Synergy Real Estate Group has worked with companies throughout San Diego and we can provide benchmarks and strategic guidance to make sure everything is setup correctly and on budget.

Vacated Call Centers: Are they a good idea?
There are more than 800 vacated call centers throughout the United States and while they usually have lower capital requirements, hidden problems can quickly become major expenses. Facility condition will vary drastically among potential locations and a simple site tour isn’t sufficient in and of itself to identify mechanical, electrical or technology issues with the office space that can hinder development. Even if a center looks good, you need to understand why it was vacated in the first place. Don’t be concerned if it’s seasonality or political cycles but if a center was vacated because of labor pool problems, you may want to reconsider.

Should you convert a warehouse or retail space into a call center?
Consolidation among retail chains and the shift to buying goods online has left a number of former retail stores as potential call centers. These buildings often have large floor plates, abundant parking, an available labor pool and are close to numerous amenities and in some markets are the only suitable spaces for 200+ person centers. However these buildings require a large amount of capital to retrofit for call center purposes which is why having a firm like Synergy Real Estate Group as your tenant representative can make all the difference.

The Bottom Line
As the call center market continues to grow, the availability of purpose built call center space will continue to decline leaving many businesses with the task of retrofitting existing space. Considering the capital investment and variable labor costs it’s important to use a commercial real estate advisory firm like Synergy Real Estate Group to find the right balance between the two.