The OfficeTimes Team, at no additional cost to you, can refer you to one of 2,500 Executive Offices anywhere in the United States as well as in over 67 countries! We can help you with everything from the “Virtual Office” to a short-term 20,000 sf plug and play for companies in transition, involved with projects not requiring long-term leases, or entering a new market.
Please call Jeff Weil at 925-279-5590 or e-mail us at Jeff.Weil@Colliers.com for our quick response, and again, as we get paid a small referral fee from the Executive Office there is no cost to you for our assistance!
There are many different types and styles of “Executive Office Space” with a whole range of prices and features. I will be updating this page on a regular basis, so if I missed a variation, just e-mail it to me for future inclusion.
Questions to Ask Yourself If You Are
Thinking of Renting Executive Office Space
1. How much space do I need?
- A typical small office for one person is 120-144 sf
- A typical “normal” workstation is 8′ x 8′ , 6’ x 8’, and the trend is towards 6’ x 6’
- A 200-250 sf bullpen office might house 2-4 employees
2. What is my total monthly budget?
- Office space
- Office furniture
- Office equipment, i.e., phone system, fax, computers
- Connectivity, i.e., phone lines (how many), Internet connection?
- Staffing – do I need a part- or full-time receptionist, secretarial?
3. Which type of Executive Office is right for my needs?
- All-inclusive, deluxe, all the bells and whistles of high-image, T-1 line, receptionist, conference rooms, furniture, fax, voice-mail, etc., included (but usually at top of price structure).
- No-frills, fewer amenities, lower image set-up (at, of course, a lower cost).
- Rent a small office without the Executive Office amenities, usually the lowest cost space, but what about furniture, fax, phone system, etc.
- Virtual office, where you lease an address, mailbox, voice-mail, have occasional usage of conference facilities but no physical office space.
4. How long do you want this facility for?
- One year or longer
5. Will this location be stable or is there a strong likelihood of future growth?
- You may want to consider growth opportunities or flexible terms versus locking in a set term, but longer terms are usually at a lower price.