A sole practitioner attorney would like to quickly set up an office to best service her clients and grow her
business in Manhattan while minimizing costs and maximizing his billing hours.
The attorney leases an office in a traditional office building. He utilizes unpredictable, part time staff to assist him in running his office. Without full time phone answering and someone available to accept packages at all times, he cannot serve his clients well. When he is in his office he is usually all alone with little social interaction or opportunity for networking. He is regularly bothered by equipment repairs and telecom service providers and often spends his valuable billable time on hold waiting for assistance.
The attorney joins Corporate Suites. His phone is answered in his name during business hours and he receives his messages promptly and his packages are accepted. His IT and administrative tasks are seamlessly handled by in-house staff. He also has access to fully equipped conference rooms and his office is situated in a vibrant social atmosphere with the potential to service his neighbors’ legal needs. The attorney signs a six month contract which provides him with the flexibility to grow or redesign his office solution. He focuses most of his time on developing his business and growing his client base while Corporate Suites focuses on running his office. Eventually, he builds professional and social relationships with his neighbors at Corporate Suites.