Flexible Landlord Solutions

Why Premier?

Are you looking for a fully managed and serviced office space with flexible terms? Do not worry, we got your back. If you feel that it is impossible to uncover good things, consider work lease your front line in a world full of options. The work lease marketplace provides a platform that helps entrepreneurs, startups, and companies find the workspace that best fits their requirements. A managed office is similar to a serviced office, in that both provide flexible space that is operated by a separate party. However, the key difference with this type of office is that a managed office requires greater input from the tenant, with space itself a blank canvas that needs to be filled. A tenant must define their exact requirements, from the number of desks, chairs, and meeting rooms to floor finishes, so that the provider can deliver exactly what is needed – effectively making a managed office a custom-built workspace. A tenant is normally required to commit to a term of 12 months but rather than pay per desk, a tenant pays for the amount of space they occupy.

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Solutions Designed to Maximize Your Assets and Portfolio Capital


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Management / Joint Ventures & Partnerships

Our network with hosts across different markets will help you find workspace for all your requirements.

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Consulting

Our network with hosts across different markets will help you find workspace for all your requirements.

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Are your looking for a fully managed and serviced office space with flexible terms? Do not worry, we got your back. If you feel that it is impossible to uncover good things, consider work lease your front line in world full of options. The worklease market place provides a platform that helps entrepreneurs, startups and companies find the workspace that best fits their requirements. A serviced office, as with serviced apartments, is a workspace that can be rented on a flexible, short-term basis and offers inbuilt facilities such as clerical support, reception staff and WiFi. A tenant pays an all-in cost per desk each month and will typically sign for a term of 1-12 months. The office space is fitted out and designed to the specification of the provider, enabling a tenant to simply turn up and start working. A managed office is similar to a serviced office, in that both provide flexible space that is operated by a separate party. However, the key difference with this type of office is that a managed office requires greater input from the tenant, with the space itself a blank canvas that needs to be filled. A tenant must define their exact requirements, from the number of desks, chairs and meeting rooms to floor finishes, so that the provider can deliver exactly what is needed – effectively making a managed office a custom-built workspace. A tenant is normally required to commit to term of 12 months but rather than pay per desk, a tenant pays for the amount of space they occupy.