TechSpace Announces Grand Opening & Preview Tour of New Flatiron Office Space

National provider of premier office space and advanced technology services announces Flatiron office space grand opening date and preview tour.

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Exterior building of TechSpace Flatiron

New York, NY (PRWEB) May 06, 2014

TechSpace Holding Co. is excited to announce a June 1, 2014 grand opening date for its New York Flatiron location and is hosting a preview tour of the campus, in conjunction with New York Internet Week, on May 19, 2014 from noon – 2pm. A catered lunch will be provided to all attendees who RSVP.

TechSpace’s eighth business center, located at 18 West 18th Street New York, NY, 10011, occupies the 11th floor of this loft building. Unique features of the space include an exclusive roof-top deck as well as a first of its kind penthouse suites. This modern 17,000 square-foot facility features 22 private office suites totaling 172 workstations and will join three existing TechSpace locations in New York City and four California locations— Los Angeles, Aliso Viejo, Costa Mesa, and San Francisco.

“Our new Flatiron location provides truly adaptable space that supports dynamic company cultures, innovative thinking, and evolving technologies,” said Victor Memenas, Chief Executive Officer for TechSpace. “We’re excited to further expand our model of flexible office space to the Flatiron district of New York. TechSpace’s high energy communities provide businesses ideal environs for sharing ideas and creating inspiring solutions. It’s a great alternative to traditional commercial office space.”

Many consider the Flatiron district of New York to be the most desirable submarket in Midtown South. Companies like Google, Yelp, Apple and Twitter have all chosen this neighborhood due to its convenient location and proximity to Silicon Alley. The major transportation hub of Union Square is just a short walk away and offers public transportation access to Manhattan, Brooklyn and beyond. Flatiron is also close to the bustling Madison Square Park area, which is another popular location for the creative and tech communities.

TechSpace Flatiron features smartly configured floor plans designed to promote worker productivity in a collaborative environment. The space is flexible, including interconnecting and scalable offices, fully-equipped conference rooms, and various business services. An advanced on-site technology platform and provides an enterprise-class, Tier 1 IT infrastructure complete with a private, firewalled data network, dedicated and burstable internet connectivity, advanced voice telecommunications, e-mail, web, and application hosting services. By providing everything from workstation furniture, mail room and service center services, advanced telecommunications, and reception services, companies will be able to preserve capital and keep overhead to a minimum, while focusing on enhancing their core competencies.

To attend the preview tour on May 19, please RSVP. For office space information including leasing opportunities, contact Kate Spikler at 212.905.7712.

About TechSpace:

TechSpace is the leading national provider of modern, scalable, full-service office space and advanced technology services designed for small to mid-size growth companies. We provide a smart solution for businesses by allowing room for growth or downsizing as necessary—without the high cost of moving.

All our spaces are interconnecting, scalable and include workstation furniture, fully-equipped conference rooms, mail room and service center services, advanced voice and data telecommunications and reception services. Our advanced on-site technology platform provides an enterprise-class, Tier 1 IT infrastructure complete with a private, firewalled data network, dedicated and burstable internet connectivity, advanced voice telecommunications, e-mail, web, and application hosting services.

With 8 locations nation-wide, we help businesses overcome typical operating obstacles by combining workspace, technology infrastructure, business support, and professional services, leaving companies free to concentrate on their core competencies while preserving capital.