An instant office is an all inclusive set up for business owners and there are many locations throughout the New York area. Office rents in New York can be high - very high. Just looking at attractive buildings in Manhattan, Queens and Long Island will show you that. It is not only the high rent that is an issue. Many companies find the long term leases and utility accounts to be just as unattractive and expensive.
Normally the solution for a small business would be to work out of a home office. The issue there can be difficult. Whether it is trying to get work done in a busy home or the fact that your address is a residential one - when you are looking to be a professional business. If you are a New York small business owner, an instant office can be the right answer.
An instant office is a suite that is part of a shared staff office building. You enjoy the benefits of working in your own suite, but you have access to all of the extras that a larger office brings. The building is staffed with a receptionist area to answer your calls, perform clerical functions as you need and you have access to a conference room. If you are leasing in Manhattan or Long Island, you can use the other centers in New York for your meetings or you can rent a day office in any center within the network.
If you are leasing executive space in New York, you can also use any office center of the company anywhere in the country and around the world. Rents in Manhattan can be prohibitive, but most of the instant office centers in New York City are Class A buildings with locations on Park Avenue, Madison Avenue, uptown, downtown and throughout the city. There are brand new building areas in high end towns throughout Nassau and Suffolk County. These include Garden City, Hauppauge, Mineola, Bohemia, Huntington and Melville. All lease holders renting instant space on Long Island can use the centers of New York City and elsewhere throughout the state and the country.
People can also utilize a virtual office, if they are not looking for renting actual space anywhere. You retain most of the benefits. Virtual tenants still have their phone calls handled and have access to all of the office buildings in the network of executive suites. A professional address is given and your rent may only be $150 a month. New York and Long Island have many companies utilizing this type of office arrangement. For many, it is temporary and for others - it is simply an easier way to start or grow your business. Most of the New York companies that are part of an instant office or virtual network do not have any employees to worry about. This is an all inclusive agreement and there are no utilities or other accounts needed. One bill per month.
These instant arrangements are a great benefit to New York people or business owners in any state. These suites are available nationwide.
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Nick Hunter is a real estate marketing consultant and owns www.instantofficesuites.com - A website dedicated towards FREE information and communication to instant and virtual offices around the country. You can view properties and pricing from the site.