Servcorp, the global leader in the executive suites and virtual office industry, announced this week that is has begun pre-leasing space at its newest Manhattan location at One World Trade Center. It has also signed its first deal with an international entrepreneur for an office with stunning north facing views. Servcorp will occupy the entire 85th floor – 34,775 square feet – of the iconic building. The new office space falls in line with Servcorp's mission to place new offices in highly desired areas and at the most prestigious addresses throughout the world.
Scheduled to open in April 2015, Servcorp's first office space was leased to Ali Chahrour, an international entrepreneur and partner of Frontier Consulting – a global consulting firm that aids American companies in entering and growing their business in the emerging markets of the Middle East and Southeast Asia(www.frontier.fi). This will be Mr. Chahrour and Frontier's firstU.S. address.
“Servcorp is offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for businesses and individuals, like Mr. Chahrour, to take space atOneWorldTradeCenter,” said Jennifer Goodwyn, Vice President at ServcorpUSA. “Not only will tenants benefit from operating out of such a renowned address and from Servcorp's five star amenities and systems, it is also a special chance to embrace the ultimate office of the future.”
“I'm thrilled to be expanding Frontier into theUnited Statesand to be part of this diverse, fast paced, and innovative community inNew York City,” Mr. Chahrour added. “Servcorp has provided me with the opportunity to represent myself and my company to the fullest from one of the most premier locations in the world atOneWorldTradeCenter.”
A pioneer in the virtual office concept, the Australia-based company was founded in 1978 and currently offers a total of 140 locations in North America, Europe, Asia andAustralia. Since 2010, Servcorp has significantly expanded itsU.S.market footprint – housing 22 locations in 13 American cities, including three existingManhattansites:17 State Street, 1330 Avenue of theAmericas, and375 Park Avenue.
Servcorp's space withinOneWorldTradeCenteris the ultimate microcosm of the building itself – space that will serve as a gateway to the entrepreneurial, innovation economy of the future within the larger context of the building that is anticipated to stand as a pillar of the global economy. Servcorp will offer future tenants an unbeatable combination of luxury and functionality – high end amenities and furnishings coupled with a globally interconnected IT platform and maximum flexibility – as the company does at all of its locations.
“We're thrilled to be able to make the One World Trade Center address accessible to businesses of all sizes – from younger, smaller businesses with tremendous growth potential, as well as to established companies who may need or prefer the flexibility of a serviced office,” said Ms. Goodwyn. “It's a perfect option for companies that don't want to make the full commitment to traditional office space or those that simply don't have that need.”
Joined by influential powerhouses like Condé Nast, Servcorp hopes to attract successful entrepreneurs, like Ali Chahrour, and businesses of all kinds to its One World Trade Center location.
Servcorp is committed to being the world's finest executive suites and virtual office provider. With a business founded on principle and a focus on helping business owners reduce costs by sharing the overhead, Servcorp has helped small businesses and large corporations alike succeed. Founded inSydneyin 1978, Servcorp now operates in nearly 140 locations worldwide. In 2010, Servcorp expanded into theUnited States, and has been providing affordable access to the best facilities and technology in some of the best locations in the best cities around the world.