Virtual office services and serviced office space are quickly becoming a favored alternative to traditional office space in Queens, New York.
The Executive Office Center at Fresh Meadows , which opened in October of 2011, is the first such office center to open in the borough of Queens, and has already attracted over one hundred tenants and virtual tenants!
I am a personal believer in the virtual office business model for small businesses. It’s such a practical and cost-effective alternative to traditional office space, it is just a matter of time before it changes the office rental marketplace forever.
The borough of Queens, NY, is a latecomer to the virtual office concept. It’s somewhat surprising, considering the fact that the idea has been around for a while, and that it’s such an important component of the marketplace for office space in Manhattan. I believe that the economy ofQueens, which consists primarily of small businesses, makes the virtual office model particularly relevant.
Over 100 companies have joined the Queens Executive Office Center since it opened last year. Nearly 40% of the firms are attorneys. They are the ideal candidates for this type of office space. A lot of them don’t really need full time office space, just a place to meet an occasional client. We have quite a few social workers and accountants, as well. But the rest of the companies span the professional and entrepreneurial spectrum from environmental consultants to real estate brokers.
This past week, the Executive Office Center was joined by the Law offices of Heath Goldstein & Caitlin Donahue, Expert Elevator Corp, Best Senior Home Care, the Eilav Law Firm and Lynx Electrical Corp.
When I started out in business 35 years ago, I wish I could have opened an office in Queens for $39/month and look like the consummate professional! With the advent of virtual offices, you can make it appear as if you have already conquered the world!
Why is this man upset with the Executive Office Center at Fresh Meadows?