Need small or flexible office services? Try these facilities

Businesses needing flexible office space in a hurry – including virtual offices, rentable meeting rooms and office space by the hour – have several choices within University City’s central business district. One, at 301 McCullough Drive, is just a short walk from the future McCullough Drive LYNX light-rail station. Here are details.

 

ExecuBusiness Centers

ExecuBusiness Centers10130 Mallard Creek Road, Suite 300, in the Prosperity Place II Class A office building in University Research Park.

ExecuBusiness offers a wide range of office options and lease terms. Virtual offices serve small and mobile businesses needing live phone answering, mail service and office space by the hour. Fully furnished offices range from 100 SF to multi-office suites up to 1,200 SF.

The facility offers administrative and secretarial support, on-site T support, video conferencing, color printing and copying, 24-hour access, staffed reception area and numerous restaurants and other services nearby. Full-time clients have access to a 24-hour gym.

The office is within 5 minutes of I-485 and I-85 and within 20 minutes of uptown Charlotte and Charlotte-Douglas International Airport.

  • Learn more: Website or 704-944-3100

 

Regus – University Executive Park

Regus University Executive Park301 McCullough Drive, Suite 400, a Class A 5-story office building in University Executive Park.

Regus, with facilities nationwide, offers by-the-hour or longer furnished office space, meeting rooms, virtual office services and standard office space including suites. Many other services and options are listed on the website, as well.

The business center at 301 McCullough Drive is within a 4-minute walk to the future LYNX light-rail station to UNC Charlotte, uptown Charlotte and beyond. Service will start next August.

The center is also well connected by car to uptown and Charlotte-Douglas International Airport, less than 20 minutes away. Numerous restaurants retail centers and hotels are within a mile of the center.

  • Learn more: Website or 855-400-3575

 

Regus – University Research Park

Regus University Research Park1914 J.N. Pease Place within the Mallard Creek Center and University Research Park.

Regus, with facilities nationwide, offers by-the-hour or longer furnished office space, meeting rooms, virtual office services and standard office space including suites. Many other services and options are listed on the website, as well.

The one-story building offers easy access to University Research Park, whose major residents Duke Energy, Wells Fargo, TIAA, IBM,  Electrolux and Rack Room Shoes.

The facility is within 10 minutes of I-85, I-77 and I-485, and with 20 minutes of uptown Charlotte and Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. Numerous restaurants and other services are within a mile.

  • Learn more: Website or 855-400-3575

 

University Business Park

University Business Park9700 Research Drive in University Research Park.

Short- and long-term office space ranging from just under 200 square feet to suites for up to 10 people are available in this one-story office building in University Research Park near the new Duke Energy facility, the EPRI research center and the corporate headquarters of Rack Room Shoes – Off Broadway Shoes.

Rates start at $325 a month including utilities. Services include month-to-month leases, free conference room and break room, 24-four access and nearby jogging trails in a parklike setting. Furnished offices are also available.

Holden Properties is a 30-year-old locally owned company with six locations including warehouse space.

  • Learn more: Website or 704-332-5655

 

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