NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--David Shavolian, CEO of Executive Offices of New York (EONY.com) explains that EONY follows a hotel reservation model in leasing office spaces to businesses.
The recent recession has led businesses to opt out of long-term office lease commitments, which resulted in numerous vacant office spaces.
“Executive Offices sets out to cater to a new office space trend that mirrors the hotel reservation process,” says Shavolian.
The hotel reservation model entails reserving office spaces and conference rooms to businesses on an hourly, daily and full time basis. Office spaces provide traditional administrative and technological services. Businesses can also reserve a virtual office, which provides an address and Manhattan based phone number (without a physical office).
Shavolian explains that EONY is utilized by entrepreneurs who spend an eight-hour work-day at coffeehouses because a full time office is not needed yet.
Entrepreneurs usually start with a virtual office, upgrade to a full time office and ultimately obtain a permanent office location with a full staff.
Offices: Offices contain executive furniture with an administrative staff. Office services include high speed Internet, messengers, and a fax/copy machine. Office tenants also have access to a telephone system that provides tenants with a phone number (if needed) and voicemail services. Additional amenities include mail delivery, a daily maintenance crew and a break room with a kitchen.
Conference Rooms: Conference rooms are charged based on usage. Tenants can book rooms on an hourly basis (30 minute increments).
Virtual Offices: Virtual offices have a physical address and phone services include a Manhattan area code phone number. Businesses owners can utilize voicemail services 24 hours a day. The EONY receptionist directs calls to the virtual phone number. Mail and fax services can also be arranged (at additional costs). Virtual offices are accessible 24-hours in WiFi locations.
About Executive Offices of New York: Executive Offices of New York leases office space facilities to a range of businesses. Reserve an office space at (212) 359-9500.