Zillow-like platform Tenavox launches in Austin to help tenants find commercial real estate space

Tenavox is a new company that helps tenants find available commercial real estate space.

Tenavox is a new company that helps tenants find available commercial real estate space.

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Tenavox launched in Austin in early December, offering tenants a platform similar to Zillow and Yelp that assists tenants with finding office, retail and industrial real estate space.

The company first launched in Houston in September, but the founders reside in Austin and maintain an office at 13359 N. US 183, Stes. 406-677, Austin. By the end of 2018, the company plans to provide small-business owners with the ability to look for space, compare prices and read reviews on more than 25,000 properties in Texas.

Tenavox does not charge tenants to use the tools, resources or information. For more information visit www.tenavox.com.


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