New Options In Washington DC Office Space

September 17th, 2010

When you are looking for a solution to your Washington DC office space needs, there are some out-of-the-ordinary options you can explore. Shared office space and executive offices are two ready-to-use options that allow you to set up a Washington DC office presence quickly and professionally. You get the prestige of the address you want without the hassles and expense of renting office space the traditional way.

Shared office space is ideal for the business which does not want or need a lot of space, or needs more space occasionally. You choose from one of the many Washington DC office spaces that are available to share and you will benefit from cost savings as well as a minimum commitment. This is very important for new, expanding or downsizing firms.

Executive office space is perfect for the professional business that needs its own space and a variety of business solutions at its disposal. Your business can enjoy the ideal location, while having meeting space and professional support available when you need it. You can easily provide the illusion of being a much bigger firm, thanks to a trained receptionist who can field calls for you. All the equipment, furniture, technology and the administrative team you need are at your disposal.

Many of the features of executive offices and shared office space that allow you to save money, time and inconvenience include:

-          private furnished offices

-          telephone systems with voice mail, multiple lines, rollover lines and fax lines

-          high speed Internet connections, including secured wireless Internet

-          computer networking, firewalls

-          VOIP

-          kitchen lounge and beverage service

-          daily newspaper delivery

-          cable TV

-          maintenance and cleaning services included

-          a furnished reception area

-          24/7 access to the center

-          processing of incoming and outgoing mail

-          call answering and screening

-          Audio-Visual equipment

-          Meeting rooms

There are also other optional features that are available in select locations or for an additional fee which will make your business run more smoothly and the work environment more pleasant. Some of these features include:

-          administrative support

-          a health club

-          training room

-          terrace

-          bandwidth solutions

-          single number reach

There are so many reasons to use unconventional options in Washington DC office space. In today’s economy, it makes sense to start businesses and expand into new areas with the minimum amount of financial risk you can get away with. Unconventional space that doesn’t require leasing, furnishing, decorating and upkeep will mean your overhead is much lower than it would be otherwise. Yet this type of on-demand Washington DC office space allows you to get the space you need when you need it and to always project a professional image, complete with the right address.

Take the time to learn about the alternatives to expensive monthly rent, leases that hang over your head if you need to close your location and ways to lower your staffing expenses. These are all some of the benefits offered by on-demand Washington DC office space suppliers.

For more information on Washington DC Office Space, DC Meeting Rooms, Telework, Executive Office Spaces, FlexDesk and other cost-effective business solutions visit Metro Offices online at www.metroffice.com.

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Kathlene Buchanan is the president and founder of Metro Offices, one of the premiere, women-owned, executive office centers in the Washington, D.C. Metro area. With presence in 8 different locations throughout the capital area, Metro Offices offers a full range of innovative business solutions and advanced technologies to help businesses compete in today’s transitioning business environment. Buchanan has been in the industry since 1979, and Metro Offices has been operating since 1989 with locations in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.