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Offering deluxe Class A services office space furnished to a very high standard and with various amenities and services included. Secretarial support, reception team, security, conference rooms, utilities and more.
This Five Star highly visible skyscraper office building is superbly situated in the heart of Memphis, Tennessee. With... More info
Great quality furnished office suites are available for rent at this convenient Memphis location. The center offers meeting room access, car parking, administrative services and fully supported IT infrastructure.
Excellent Memphis location, with easy access to Interstate 204 and Highway 57. More info
This Colorado Springs office building on Telstar Dr provides a comprehensive range of facilities including offices which are furnished to a high standard and facilities and services to help create virtual offices and still maintain business professionalism. Other facilities are also available such as lounge areas for employees to take a break, or hold informal meetings. Various reception services are on offer, such as a telephone answering to help screen calls and excellent and professional support with administration tasks. We also provide a courteous and professional fully-manned reception.
This office is situated on Telstar Dr, ideal for businesses in Memphis. More info
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Memphis is the largest city in Tennessee and the largest city on the banks of the Mississippi River. Founded in 1819, the city is home to the National Civil Rights Museum and Graceland. Memphis is renowned for its musical heritage, and Beale Street is at the heart of the city's blues scene. B.B. King, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and many other famous musicians have started their careers in Memphis. The city's transportation links make it a major logistics and distribution centre. Memphis International Airport is a hub for FedEx Express and is the world's second largest cargo airport. With two heavy-duty railroad crossings on the Mississippi and five major freight railroads, the city is also at an important east-west crossroad for freight. Three major interstate expressways also link the area with the country. In addition to transportation, Memphis' major industries include agribusiness including cotton manufacturing, science and technology, and services including finance and real estate.