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Finding Small Business Help in Bellevue, WA

January 19, 2015 | By: MBurge

An ideal location for many businesses to call home, Bellevue’s economy is driven by four major industry sectors: Information Technology, Business Services, Retail, and Tourism. Bellevue is home to many successful and well known companies, including Expedia.com, Onyx Software Corporation, and T-Mobile, just to name a few. It is also within close proximity to Redmond, the home of Microsoft and Nintendo, as well as Seattle.No matter where your business is located and how well you ultimately prepar... Read More

The Local Attractions of West Los Angeles

November 06, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

Los Angeles is a sprawling metropolis. Part of it, West Los Angeles, encompasses residential and commercial land bordered by the Santa Monica Freeway on the south and Westwood to the North. But the exact boundaries are blurry, with many residents simply referring to the area as “the Westside” of L.A. If you’re thinking about locating your office space in West L.A., you’ll have plenty of big-name neighbors, including the headquarters for Fox Studios and Sony Pictures (no they’re not in Hollywood... Read More

Seattle, Washington: The Emerald City

October 31, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

“To some extent, Seattle remains a frontier metropolis, a place where people can experiment with their lives, and change and grow and make things happen.” —Tom Robbins, authorAlthough Seattle ranks in the top five rainiest major U.S. cities and among the top places that don’t get a lot of sunlight, dreary it is not. Seattle not only has a diverse and resilient economy, according to recent Census data, it is the fastest-growing big city in the U.S. Seattle’s strong entrepreneurial spirit and a c... Read More

Do You Know the Way to San Jose?

October 23, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

From farming community to the center of Silicon Valley, San Jose has risen in the ranks for population, housing prices and entrepreneurial startups. Just an hour and half from San Francisco and easily commutable by train, San Jose is home to Cisco, eBay, IBM, Hitachi, Adobe and more iconic tech companies. If you’re looking for inspiration and want to be surrounded by a thriving scene of entrepreneurship and innovation, office space in San Jose has just what you’re looking for.The Silicon Valley... Read More

A City Within a City: Century City, Los Angeles

October 17, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

Created as a “city within a city,” Century City in Los Angeles is 0.7 square miles of commerce, residents, and old-Hollywood history. Once a back lot for 20th Century Fox Studios, the land was sold to developers in 1963, when the studio was at risk of collapsing under the financial weight of its flop Cleopatra.Today, there are many prominent buildings and lots of office space housing industry sectors in Century City, from legal and financial to professional and retail services. The close-knit r... Read More

Long Beach, California is Open For Business

October 10, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

There are many advantages to locating your business office space in the heart of a large downtown area, especially if you’re trying to launch a new small business. But if heavy traffic is not your scene you might contemplate somewhere just out of downtown to make your commute manageable. Downtown Long Beach, California, is less than 25 miles from the heart of downtown Los Angeles and is  a vibrant business community with historic architecture and an abundance of cultural arts.In the last few ye... Read More

Irvine, California: Safety in Numbers

September 26, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

There are many advantages to locating your office in Irvine, California, and there’s one factor that shouldn’t be left out or discounted among them all—safety.Usually, when cities grow at a rapid pace, as Irvine has, an increase in crime comes along with the influx of people. Irvine seems to be the exception. With the lowest number of violent crimes nationwide based on population, the city has consistently been named to the list of America’s safest cities for the past 10 years. And families and... Read More

Why Locate Your Business in Irvine, CA

September 19, 2014 | By:

Long stretches of beautiful beaches, near perfect weather, quaint historic neighborhoods and modern business buildings—Orange County has it all. It also happens to have the safest city in the entire nation, the affluent suburban city of Irvine. Sound a little too beige for your eclectic tastes? Maybe it’s time to look again. With a thriving large and small business community, here are five reasons to have your office space in Irvine:1. Planned community.The layout of Irvine was designed by a Lo... Read More

Aventura, Florida: The Magic City

August 27, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

Twelve miles north of Miami lies Aventura, Florida. A small community of 3.2 square miles, Aventura has all the hot, humid weather and upscale visitors of Miami, but fortunately a lot less traffic.Aventura is home to the luxury resort Turnberry Isle and the Aventura Mall, which is the fifth-largest shopping mall in the U.S.If you’re looking for Florida office space, a location in Aventura gives you access to Miami’s robust business economy without the daily hassle of the big city. Twenty minute... Read More

Torrance: The City With a Hometown Feel

August 20, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

Located halfway between the city of Los Angeles and Orange County, Torrance is an ideal city for locating your Los Angeles-area office space without having to be located in a busy, crowded downtown with terrible traffic.With the Pacific Ocean just to the west, Torrance is the eighth largest city in Los Angeles County and has an ethnically diverse and safe community. Historic Old Torrance, known as the Olmsted District, attracts a lot of visitors and has a number of residents dedicated to docume... Read More

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