The Anderson Group Answers Questions about the Value of Leasing Executive Suites.
Are you running a home-based or small business and looking for a more professional presence? Or are you searching for a regional office to call home on a temporary basis? An executive suite may be your answer.
What are executive suites?
Executive suites (also referred to as temporary or short-term offices) provide small and rapidly growing businesses with flexible leasing arrangements on office space ranging from 100 to 1,500 square feet. They also come with services most conventional office space lacks. You’ll get a private office or suite to call your own and share common areas, like the lobby, conference rooms, restrooms, and break rooms. Look for buildings that offer shared, value-added amenities, such as receptionist and voicemail services, housekeeping, administrative support, mail drop, copy and fax machines, and high-end conference room technology. An executive suite allows you to have a manageable and efficient corporate atmosphere without the large up-front capital investment.
Who uses executive suites?
Executive suites are designed to allow business owners to start small and grow. Their flexibility, value-added services, and value make them a cost-effective long- or short-term solution for a wide range of businesses, including start-ups, small businesses, sole proprietors and large companies establishing satellite offices. As your business grows, flexible leasing arrangements make it possible for you to increase the amount of space you lease. The best commercial realtors are business partners, providing services like free space planning to help you determine optimal office-space solutions – now, and as you grow – as well as short-term leases to accommodate your changing business needs.
Are executive suites the same as virtual offices?
No. Executive suites are physical office space you’ll lease and occupy. A virtual office provides many of the same amenities as an executive suite – such as a corporate mailing address, phone answering services and meeting room access – but it doesn’t include private, leased office space. Virtual offices are a good solution for small and home-based businesses looking to increase their profile. In fact, as their businesses grow and change, many virtual office “tenants” go on to lease executive suites.
What are the cost advantages of leasing executive suites?
In addition to benefiting from furnished and equipped office space that can be ready for immediate occupancy, you’ll benefit from a number of other advantages:
- You’ll save money. When you lease an executive suite, you benefit from low monthly rent costs due to services you share with other building tenants. You also save money and time on “busy work” like sorting mail, making copies and answering calls. Those savings reflect money you can invest in your business.
- You’ll get flexible lease terms. Many office suites can be leased for as few as 90 days. Before you sign a lease, make sure that the size of your suite can easily be increased or reduced based on your changing business needs.
- You’ll increase networking opportunities. Leasing in an executive suite building means you’ll have opportunities to network with other business owners at your location and make a few friends in the process. You never know who might walk through your door and become a customer.
- You’ll promote a professional image. Most executive suite buildings are located in prominent business corridors. An address and physical location in these areas – not to mention a receptionist and well-equipped meeting rooms – goes a long way toward making a good impression on your clients.
- You’ll reduce distractions. Many business owners find working from home distracting. It’s a lot easier to be productive when you’re not looking at piles of laundry, being interrupted by the dog, or being lured by the television and refrigerator.
The Anderson Group offers a variety of office space for lease including state-of-the-art, full service, updated suites at 125 Wolf Road. For more information about executive suites or to view available executive suites with The Anderson Group, contact Susan Anderson Touhey at 518-458-7726 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you lease an executive suite from The Anderson Group, you will get:
- On-site property management services
- Receptionist services
- Personalized phone answering
- Voicemail service
- Administrative support
- Fax and copy machines
- Mail drop and FedEx drop off/pick up
- Conference room with flat screen television, computer and Internet
- On-site food and beverage/catering
- Full-service, on-site banking
- Ample free parking