"Мой офис там."
Translation:My office is there.
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о́фиса is the genitive singular form of офис.
You would use for example after нет or B and some other prepositions.
Здесь нет офиса. (There is no office here) Я уже в офиса. (I am already in the office.)
Otherwise you would use офис or the plural офисы.
There are some other forms for other cases but for now just worry about these. :)
English doesn't contract words ending in an "s" sound with the word "is". Probably because phonetically this contraction does not shorten the utterance.
Also, you many want to phrase this type of question as Why is ____ wrong? to sound more natural.
By the way, learning a new language via a second language is impressive!
Each noun has a gender, but it can be tricky to learn. A good rule to remember is that if a noun ends in a consonant, it's probably masculine. If it ends in an а or я, it's probably feminine. If it ends with an о, it's probably neutral, and if it ends in и or ы, it's probably plural.