- I’ll make it office around 11:30 .
( this is a promice meaning that I will arrive / I will show up around 11:30 in/at the office. )
- He wouldn’t have jumped down your throat if you had not made it office late.
I am sure they seem wordy. But I need to know if my perception of the similar text have been read today is correct or not.
“make it”, as a synonym for “arrive”, cannot take a direct object (as you have written in I’ll make it office); you must specify your destination with a prepositional phrase:
I’ll make it to the office …
Other than needing that “to the” in both of your sentences, they seem fine.