I've been digging through Blumenthal's blog and haven't found the answer so I figured I'd ask here, maybe someone has run into it. I set up my Google Places listing to be my rented office in Manassas. I've been in pending review status for years and never really dealt with it because I'm pretty sure I know why and there's nothing I can do about it (address issue). I'm vacating that office. In the meantime, since the business is registered from the home address, I updated my listing for that, checked the box that I'm a service business and to hide my address. That's all good to go. Where I'm unsure is my new "office" space. It's a shared office space (like Regus/ServCorp) and I won't have a unique address. I know this is prohibited by Google's quality guidelines. However, my website will reflect this new address as will all my marketing collateral. Am I potentially hurt by not having a G Places/Plus page with the primary address I'm using for my business? Or does it even matter?