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JERICHO (LONG ISLAND) SHARED O...
from $500/month per workstation
300 Jericho Quadrangle, Jericho, New York} 0 sq ft

Move-in condition, shared offices/workstations available within travel company's office space.  Space features hung ceilings, carpeting and available space consists of glass-walled windowed office, glass-walled interior offices, up to fifteen (15) workstations and private entrance.  Shared use of kitchen, conference room and building amenities including courtyard and cafeteria.  Rental rates start at $1,000 for offices and $500 for workstations.

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    “Jack is the consummate professional. In a very competitive business, he is calm, patient and good humored. He has deep domain expertise, works with a strong team and gets the job done. Bottom line, he always did what he said he would, an invaluable character trait. He's a gem.” February 9, 2012
    Marc E. Jaffe, PixFusion LLC
    "Office Lease Center was recommended to us by multiple sources and for good reason-- he's extremely resourceful, knowledgeable about both real estate and the tech community, and a total pleasure to work with throughout the process. He helped us find options in multiple neighborhoods until we identified our ideal space, assisted with the lease negotiations, and even offered intros to contractors, potential subletters, and moving companies. I would highly recommend Jack to other startups and tech companies."
    Nicola Korzenko
    “Jack represented my company in a deal in which we leased 8500 sf in The AT&T Bldg. He listened to our list of seemingly at odds demands and found us the ideal location. He sees the concerns of the C-level exec and the challenges of the middle managers who must execute their wishes. By the end of the process, both reflect on how the job would have been grueling, if not impossible without him.” January 10, 2006
    Julia Murphy, Light Reading

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