SpaceCadet startup aims to activate office space

A San Antonio tech startup is helping local businesses by creating a web app that could breathe new life into vacant space, especially in downtown.
The SpaceCadet web app aims to drive economic development by helping businesses make use of their unused space.

"We've been able to build a platform and a system that allows commercial landlords a very easy way to rent out their property," SpaceCadet co-founder Steven Quintanilla said.

Quintanilla is a San Antonio native and MIT graduate. Quintanilla was also the first valedictorian of the John Jay Science and Engineering Academy.

To help other businesses like it stacy well shows us how jeff as san antonio tech startup is helping local businesses by creating a web app that could breathe new life into making faces especially in downtown space cadet web app aims to drive economic development by helping businesses make use of their unused space.

We've been able to build a platform in a system that allows commercial landlords a very easy way to rent out their property san antonio native and mit grad stephen king to mia is behind the new technology group over on the northwest part of town first and foremost you have the neighborhood then help the community he helped space cadet will give local businesses a boost by advertising their space in san antonio alone we lose them over a hundred million dollars a year with taking office and industrial space if you look s antonio and austin together.

That's over a quarter billion dollars a year that we lose the farm table downtown restaurant focused on clean eating space cadet helps activate business working with a company like space cadet would make makes it actually possible for me to rent out my space otherwise is a small business owner i don't have time to go.

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