Does your company have a need for a remote office? Perhaps you are expanding into a new market or are doing some contract work and will need a remote office in New York. Here are a few things to consider before you start the hunt for office space.
Drawbacks of Traditional Office Spaces
Setting up a workspace in a new region can be intimidating for anyone tasked with this duty. The complexity of finding and furnishing a remote office in New York can be overwhelming. Speaking to property managers, comparing office spaces, estimating setup costs, and every other step involved in setting up a field office can be too much for someone looking for a quick and smooth transition.
Why not look into a full service or furnished office to meet your needs? A full service office can eliminate many of the most stressful elements of finding an appropriate workspace for your remote office in New York. With a full-service office, you will not have to find furniture, set up a network, or even hire administrative staff because everything you need to run your business is already in place.
Furnished v. Full Service
Furnished offices can save time and money by providing all of the furniture, networking equipment, décor, and office supplies that one might need for a functional office environment.
A full service office differs from a furnished office in the sense that a full service office generally provides administrative staff and services. The staff can answer calls, arrange catering, and handle many of the other time-consuming daily tasks to allow you to work more productively.
Rockefeller Group Business Centers has some of the best modern office space in the most prestigious areas in New York. We offer both furnished and full service office space, as well as co-working and virtual office solutions. With locations at Wall Street, Rockefeller Plaza, and Fifth Avenue, we have a perfect space for your remote office in New York.