New Private Coworking Suites
Be More Productive Instantly in New Private Coworking Suites.
Coworking spaces are the wave of the future and Boston Offices is happy to offer unique private coworking suites. For many business owners, navigating through each of the coworking spaces, plans and options can be rather daunting. Boston Offices will help you avoid many of the hassles of your too casual coworking space.
New private coworking suite overlooking Custom House Tower
Coworking Is Not Always Productive Office Space.
Have you ever tried to get work done but are distracted by another person’s call, people laughing a few seats over from you, or someone loudly chomping on their gum across from you? If so, you are not alone! Unlike most coworking facilities, Boston Offices offers premium private coworking suites and offices that allow you the serene space you need to get work done with the communal areas to network or interact with other business leaders. Our private coworking suites and offices are designed to make you as productive as you can be with unlimited coffee, organic teas, and water as well as a full-time professional administrative staff. Start coworking instead of office sharing!
Large private coworking suite at 53 State Street Boston
You feel locked into a Contract like a 1990s gym membership.
Many of the firms that offer coworking spaces try to lock you into a long lease or sign on for a year minimum making the changes that your business may have throughout the year difficult. At Boston Offices, we understand that your business is fluid and your needs are ever changing. That is why we make it easy to sign up or alter your plan at anytime. With a month-to-month lease, you can add on or take off services or rightsize to the appropriate private coworking suite at anytime. We want to put our flexible term office space experience to work for you.
To take a look at our plans, click here.
Test our Gigabit connections today. Be productive instantly!
Is there anything more infuriating than a slow internet connection? Yes! no internet connection. The hard thing about many coworking spaces is that there are a ton of people connecting to the internet. At Boston Office we offer premium, high speed fiber powered wifi and ethernet so that your connection can work as fast as you can.
IdealPaint walls and stand sit desks are available in this new team coworking suite.
Where Are All The Large, Successful Businesses?
One thing that can be difficult for smaller businesses is networking with larger, more successful companies. At many coworking spaces that act like shared office spaces, large and successful companies require more privacy and a more professional environment. That is why they have been moving to our new private coworking suites. We have large international companies (26 countries and counting!) and seasoned entrepreneurs that are looking to network with you. They are just like you. They want to use Boston Offices’ new coworking suites and private offices to make a professional impression on their own clients and investors and most importantly – their growing Boston team.
There is Often Nowhere to Hold Meetings, Interviews or take a Personal Call.
This is one of the largest challenges for a business looking to grow. If you do not have access to private offices, meeting rooms, board rooms, or event spaces you are basically just paying for a desk and some people to make noise to distract you. At Boston Offices, you can choose from a wide variety of offices, conference rooms, boardrooms, event spaces and classrooms at a Class A downtown Boston office tower. Please ask about our all inclusive meeting room options.
20 to 40 person classroom with modern Steelcase node seating
Come Let Us Show You Why Boston Offices’ Private Coworking Suites are Different, Better Experience Than Your Typical Coworking Space.
Contact us for a free quote, a free tour, or to speak to a Boston Offices at (617) 419–7100. We want to put our team’s experience to work for you.
Fresh apples & Boston’s best coffee are included benefits. Did we mention covered access to the T?