Office space in Louisville
Choose from over 5 locations in Louisville.
Our office space in Louisville is well-equipped to meet your organisation’s needsOur serviced offices feature high-speed Internet and business grade facilities, so you can transition into the space easily. With a staffed reception, short and long-term agreements and additional facilities available, our offices in Louisville provide solutions for businesses of any size.
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The residential suburb of Hyde Park is one of the most historic parts of Austin and hosts numerous graduates at a top ranking university.
The community district of Lincoln Park is notable for its nightlife and a la carte dining while it is also the home of Lincoln Park Zoo.
Home of the city’s international airport, O Hare is a major hub and it also forms part of the bustling Golden Corridor commercial district.
Home to foreign consulates and Philadelphia’s tallest building, Centre City is also a chosen location for Comcast, Cigna and Sunoco.
About office space in Louisville
Renting office space from us in Louisville, Kentucky, puts you firmly in control of your office admin and other associated costs. Because we provide office space for rent on flexible daily contracts, you benefit from renting office space as and when you need it. Our professional approach ensures that you benefit from serviced offices and other types of office space, all of which fully equipped. This includes WiFi, access to office equipment, break-out areas and a kitchen with tea and coffee making services. You choose the type of rental offices that best suit your needs, including partition offices, window offices and private office space.
Being the largest city in the state, Louisville also enjoys an enviable location at the intersection of three interstate highways. The nearby Louisville International Airport provides domestic air travel and global connections via other major North American aviation hubs. As you would expect from such a densely populated region, it is home to several major sources of employment, including Ford, UPS, GE Appliances and others. Having a long-standing history with the shipping sector, the city has become something of a distribution hub. Along with these traditional industries, bioscience and medical enterprises have also emerged in recent times around the University of Louisville campus.
A regular Regus office, minus the view; our lowest cost office space.
A private office space with a view, available in all our centres.
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