Well from a scientific standpoint yes but I meant more from a personal, psycological standpoint. As in, since every "place" or "space" is somehow a part of or inside of Space (as we know it) than you could argue that Space is not a specific place but a multitude of places put together. It really depends on your own personal way of looking at it. Kind of like, if nothing is the absense of something, is it still a thing? If you have empty space than what do you categorize as the place? And hence the beauty of language. :P
From an official definition you're correct of course.