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SAN FRANCISCO-Tech office specialist Jenny Haeg has launched a web-based service that allows companies—especially startups—to browse for office space and ideas. Haeg is an agent who has helped numerous tech companies (including Uber, Dropbox, and Spotify) find space in the city. Her new project, Custom Spaces allows was recently described in a post on Tech Crunch as an office-space version of Houzz, a site that allows homeowners to connect with design and deco resources.

The site is free for users, and Haeg no doubt sees it as a way to boost commissions from sales and leases.

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