CRE Definition Series: Executive Suite

CRE Definition Series: Executive Suite

Executive Suite Definition:
Many people don’t realize there are many alternatives to leasing an entire suite. For instance, you can often leas an executive suite; these are available in most major cities. You can lease one small office, mail service,

answering service, or a large conference room by the hour. Start small and save your cash for equipment and staff. People often believe the cost of this type of space is way too high however, you should realize, that executive suite providers equip your business with a desk, a receptionist, phones, and internet. If you add up these costs, the rent isn’t really that high in comparison to purchasing each item individually. You can work out of your house and have your mail sent to the executive suite, so it looks like you have a big fancy address . If you travel across the country, you’ll find that many of the major players lease executive suites nationwide. You can set it up so that you can stop in any of their locations and hang out in their public areas or rent a conference room for a couple of hours. For sales people who travel nationally, the great benefits of executive suites should not be undervalued.

We can do the footwork for you and find you an executive suite anywhere in the US If you are interested in having us assist you with an executive suite, send an email to [email protected]. In order to start this process for you, we will need to know the following:

  • What city you need to be located in.
  • When you want to start the lease.
  • How long you will need the space.
  • How many people will use the space.
  • How many desks you need. (Often, you can get 2 to 4 desks in one room.)

What services you would be interested in (office, conference room, mailing address, answering service, use of common areas across the country, etc.?)


About the Author

Lynn Drake’s status is well known in the industry: She’s the commercial realtor focused on maintaining “true north” for her corporate clients. It’s a reputation built on 35 years of commercial real estate experience. Lynn became a commercial realtor in 2001 after 15 years in corporate real estate. Thus far in her career, Lynn has successfully completed over 1,500 real estate transactions ranging from small business tenant leases to the sale and purchase of industrial complexes.