‘Virtually’ Prepared for the Next NYC Disaster via Cost-Effective Midtown NY Virtual Offices

Posted on May 3, 2013 by Jonathan Thistlewood

Apr. 19, 2013 – NEW YORK — New York, April 19, 2013: NYC Office Suites, New York’s leading provider of flexible Midtown temporary office space, provides customers with inexpensive and reliable virtual offices in proven-resilient Midtown New York City. When Hurricane Sandy decimated Downtown New York, and many commercial office landlords in that area provided little or no relief to their tenants, clients who had a virtual office in NYC with NYC Office Suites (http://virtualoffices.nycofficesuites.com/) received preferential pricing for suddenly scarce fully operational turnkey Midtown offices.

NYC Office Suites has Manhattan businesses covered in the event of another flood-related emergency with its reliable Midtown office space locations.
Mr. Dan Entwistle, President of NYC Office Suites, said: “A virtual office agreement in safer locations in NYC, like ours in Grand Central and the Plaza District, provides enhanced access to emergency backup plug-and-play offices at a low monthly cost. Any business that feels it may be in a vulnerable area will consider signing a virtual agreement with us for as little as $1.50 per day in order to have a basic disaster recovery plan.”
NYC Office Suites offices are located in reliable class A location Midtown buildings near Grand Central and are equipped with professional security, backup Internet, managed phone services and trained service personnel.

NYC Office Suites offers virtual office packages to suit any business size or budget. Businesses interested in the disaster recovery aspects of the service may sign up for even the most basic virtual office plans, such as those with only a mailing address, or perhaps throw in meeting room hours or day office subscriptions for Midtown off-site meetings.

NYC Office Suites also provides term-flexible full-time office space for rent (http://www.nycofficesuites.com/locations/commerce/index.html), so its facilities already feature furniture, advanced telephone handsets, business-class high speed Internet with wireless access, fully managed firewall infrastructure, printing, scanning, package handling, lockable private offices, cleaning, pantries and many other critical business amenities.

Mr. Entwistle concludes: “Signing Midtown virtual or term-flexible office contracts is the responsible thing to do if a business otherwise chooses to office in NYC’s more flood-prone, vulnerable areas (Downtown through Midtown South). For sure, many of our Hurricane Sandy clients have a new appreciation for Midtown and flexible leasing in general.”

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