OfficeSpace.com.au, a leading Australian-based office space provider, today announced that they have added three new offices to their Melbourne service.
“We are thrilled to be able to announce the availability of additional office space for rent in Melbourne’s CBD,” said Officespace.com.au spokesperson Teresha Aird. “These new offices are available immediately and extend OfficeSpace.com.au’s offering in Melbourne.”
The offices include space on Cotham Road, Whitehorse Road and Collins Street, within Melbourne’s Central Business District. The first, on Cotham Road, is a contemporary business centre and provides fully furnished office suites complete with on-site dining facilities, IT and communications systems, lounges, conference suites and car parking.
The second, located on Whitehorse Road, offers furnished office space along with meeting rooms, an outside eating area and air conditioning. Additional features include security, dining facilities, car parking, on-site dry cleaners and a coffee bar.
The third is on Collins Street, within a recently refurbished property which houses a selection of office suites complete with furnishings, dedicated reception staff, phone answering services, IT and communications systems.
“Our database includes an extensive range of flexible serviced office suites, business centre space, office complexes, and units throughout Australia, and we see the three new offices added in Melbourne as a welcome addition to this service,” continued Teresha Aird. “Adding these new offices is an important step towards realising our goal of providing the best possible business premises to companies in Melbourne.”
Melbourne is the capital of Victoria which enjoys a thriving economy, boasting an AAA credit rating. Some of Australia’s largest corporations are headquartered in Melbourne and the economy accounts for nearly a third of the Victorian Gross State Product. The biggest industries are the professional, technical and scientific services sectors. The finance and insurance industries are also key economic drivers in the city of Melbourne, followed by a healthy tourism industry.
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