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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

How an Executive Suite is Developed in Manhattan [Video]

Have you seen an artist create a painting, a drawing or any work of art?

It all starts from an idea that is in the artist’s mind, which then needs to be embodied. When we start seeing the creation, we can’t see anything; we can’t understand what’s on their mind. But later, when a line joins with another, when a color is mixed with another, that’s when it starts taking shape and the work of art is suddenly finished in front our eyes without even realizing.

That’s exactly what we wanted to share with you in this post.

Few of us have the opportunity to see how an executive office suite is created, from scratch. Today, we have the chance to go behind the scenes and see how an office space in Manhattan came from a raw space and became a modern office suite which is now finished and available to rent in NY's Park Avenue.

A wonderful creation that made sure walls wouldn’t interrupt natural light from reaching each corner of the space.

The good news is, you don’t need to run a multimillion dollar company to have an office here. Today’s business world is dominated by small business. According to the US Census Bureau, in 2010, 99% of US employer firms were small business.

That’s why this space is designed to hold multinational companies but also those professionals, entrepreneurs or startups that need a space to work from. This center holds an area called “unOfficing” which is specifically designed for those who “envision working from a large, open-plan, collaborative workspace that recreates the setting of your favorite library, coffee shop or living room…we can promise you a group of professional individuals that dream, create and inspire as individuals and collaboratively”.

Thanks to OfficeLinks for sharing the video, and if you're interested in taking a closer look at this office in New York's Park Avenue, give us a call at (866) 354-5478, we'll be glad to share more details. 

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