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Regus offers upscale office options in Marlborough

August 1, 2011 – Suite 200 at 225 Cedar Hill Street, Marlborough, MA is an address that is very familiar to the business community because it is home to 103 different companies, 45 of which actually reside at the Regus center on the second floor. Suite 200 contains 65 office spaces of differing sizes that can be configured to suit a customer’s particular needs.

Regus offers several affordable workspace options in a state-of-the-art flexible environment.  These include private offices, a corporate campus for larger teams, team, project offices and an open plan office design, which is well suited for networking. Building amenities include locker rooms with showers, an exercise room, a professionally managed building cafe and generous parking. Within Regus’ fully equipped business center there is an on-site business lounge and conference rooms.  

Regus can also accommodate unlimited virtual clients. The virtual office model allows a business person to have a formal business address and call answering. State-of-the-art phone software enables the receptionists Alyssa Amundson and Joan Davies to identify each client’s calls and in turn personalize their greetings and voice mail options.

Regus currently has around 30 virtual clients and the demand continues to increase.  Some of these clients are startups, some are small or home-based businesses, others are out-of-state businesses who need a local address. They come in just a few times a week, yet benefit from a prestigious address and all the perks of a staffed office at a fraction of the cost of running a full time operation. There is even a ‘day office’ option where office space can be rented by the day or even by the hour. Regus’ meeting and conference room facilities can also be booked by members when needed. The Regus office model allows businesses to grow and expand or even downscale as their needs change. It also offers them freedom to relocate to a Regus facility in any part of the country, or anywhere in the world, when needed.

Technical facilities include RegusNet high speed Internet access, Wi-Fi, videoconferencing studio and voicemail, award winning security and disaster recovery systems. Businesses reap all of the benefits and none of the IT headaches.

Regus Center Manager, Steven Wyatt is a former Marlborough resident. His intimate knowledge of the city enables him to recommend local restaurants, attractions and recreational facilities to clients and their visiting guests. Wyatt makes sure things run like clockwork.  He keeps a sharp eye on the little details like the tasteful office décor, paintwork and maintenance of every suite and ensures the latest technology is implemented. For these reasons and more Regus Marlborough is almost fully occupied. Wyatt may be contacted at steven.wyatt@regus.com

Regus Area Sales Manager, Walter Torres oversees the Regus facilities in Marlborough, Framingham and Newton. Should a tenant need space or business services globally in any of Regus’ 1,100 locations in 89 countries, Torres can arrange it. He explains that all Regus tenants are issued a free Regus Businessworld Gold membership card which can be used to access every one of Regus’ 1,100 facilities worldwide. Upgrades in membership allow for even greater perks. Torres may be contacted at walter.torres@regus.com

Regus has 19 locations in Massachusetts: Andover, Burlington, Central Square, Kendall Square and Harvard Square Mifflin Place in Cambridge, Charlestown, Faneuil Hall, 60 State Street, Franklin Street, Federal Street, Back Bay, Independence Wharf in Boston, Framingham, Marlborough, Newton and Waltham. Two more new locations will be opening soon in Waltham and at the Prudential Tower in Boston. Regus enjoyed further growth with the acquisition of centers in Quincy and Hingham.

As traditional office space continues to become a thing of the past and downsizing and virtual office trends continue to grow, the Regus model, now over 20 years old appears to be the way of the future.

 By Ajita Perera