SCVNews.com | Premier Workspaces is celebrating its 20th anniversary

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Premier Workspaces, one of the largest private companies in the United States for sales of management services, coworking and shared workspaces, with a division in Santa Clarita, is proud to celebrate its 20th anniversary.

Premier Workspaces was founded in 2002 in Irvine as Premier Business Centers with the acquisition of 9 common places to work in US office centers that were in bankruptcy. Since then, the prime minister has expanded nationwide, with locations in Arizona, California, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Washington and the District of Columbia. From the beginning, the company has preferred to create flexible jobs for growing businesses.

“When we opened our doors 20 years ago, the landscape was completely different,” says Jeff Reinstein, CEO of Premier Workspaces. “I explain our anniversary this year to our strong business model, dedicated team and incredible customers.”

Since 2002, the volume of real estate Premier Workspaces has continued to expand. All the while, they gave businesses the opportunity to expand into new areas by providing workplace for remote employees and maintaining a shift towards new ones office model with knot and spokes. As of April 2022, Premier Workspaces manages more than 1.5 million square feet of workspace in 12 states (plus the District of Columbia), 21 counties and 53 cities. For years, they managed workspaces of all sizes, from 6,000 square feet to 53,692 square feet.

Challenges and sustainability

Premier Workspaces remained strong during the COVID-19 pandemic, providing customers with safe, flexible office solutionsincluding private officescommand spaces, conference rooms are serviced, virtual office plansand more.

Amy Fuller, senior vice president of sales and marketing, is proud of how the Premier Workspaces team has coped with the challenges of the past few years. “We responded quickly to the pandemic with a plan that protected the health and safety of our employees, customers and guests,” she says.

Focusing on flexible workspaces to meet demand, Premier Workspaces survived – and thrived – during the pandemic. “Flexible workspaces are naturally suitable for the new routine,” says Fuller, “and we’re well equipped to meet the moment with a beautiful white-labeled space that’s designed to represent customers well.”

Looking forward to the future

Premier Workspaces is committed to providing secure, comfortable, flexible workspaces for businesses of all sizes, from individuals to corporate companies.

Real estate director Michael Pollock is optimistic about the coming years. “Based on current trends, the demand for flexible workspaces will only grow,” he says. “That’s why we are the preferred partner of leading landlords across the country – our model allows them to easily integrate flexible workspaces into existing projects and new developments.”

In the changing business landscape, Premier Workspaces is confident in its ability to adapt to the growing needs of working professionals across the country. As the company’s management looks forward to the next 20 years of growth and prosperity, they are excited to offer a balanced portfolio of products designed for the new working world.

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About Premier Workspaces

Premier Workspaces (http://www.premierworkspaces.com) operates one of the largest private companies in the United States, coworking and joint jobs located in Arizona, California, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Washington, and District of Columbia. Since 2002, Premier Workspaces has owned or operated 134 locations consisting of 2.4 million square feet of commercial office space.

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