When considering an executive suite rental, some important considerations pertain to the appearance of the interior and exterior of the office, the terms of agreement, services offered with the rental, tenant reviews, and how concerns are handled. If the suite is part of an office-sharing arrangement, other priorities include the personalities of those sharing the space, how to avoid the appearance of a partnership, and what services are shared.
As a professional space, it is necessary for an office to convey the desired milieu. For this reason, potential tenants should consider both the interior and exterior of an office space, including available outdoor signage, landscaping and furnishings provided. Prospective renters should decide if there is ample parking, and if so, how far away it is from the office. Other areas for contemplation include accessibility for disabled clients, and the quality of soundproofing in the office and conference areas.
Another item to consider is which services are offered for both the tenant and her clients, such as the level of security provided; the skill level of a shared receptionist, doorman or parking attendant; and how supervision of staff is handled. Some executive rentals include extra perks that range from language interpreters and publication services to discounted car rates and courier services.