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ABT Executive Suites Set to Open New Office Space in Dallas

A force to be reckoned with in the Dallas office market, ABT Executive Suites is expanding its footprint in the Southwestern city. The executive suite company just signed a lease for more than 27,000 square feet of office space with Millennium Centre in the Big D. That brings ABT’s serviced office facility count in the Dallas area to 10.

ABT Executive Suites opened its doors in 1992 and is recognized as a competitive, stable company in the serviced office industry. The company has a strong reputation in its region for offering professional business environments, full-service graphic and printing services, state-of-the-art technology and more.

“We were excited about the project because this location will provide one of the best environments in our industry for our clients,” says Bret Chapman, managing partner of ABT. “The Millennium Centre is the flagship location in our 10-location, 250,000 square-foot business.”

ABT is well-known in the Dallas area for providing premium office space to Fortune 1000  and entrepreneurial companies looking for flexible leases and end-to-end administrative support services. ABT executive office suites come with a trio of characteristics that aim to help companies operate more efficiently: flex-space office solutions, high-quality technology services and a personalized back office support team.

ABT’s model means companies don’t have to hire full-time employees for administrative tasks, purchase expensive office equipment, telephone systems and furniture assets, or sign long-term office leases that could restrict growth. ABT locates in AAA buildings where companies share office space at a fraction of the cost of singing a long-term lease on a much larger space. As ABT sees it, the shared office concept is an important strategy for companies that want to maintain a presence in a market or explore creating a presence in a market without the prohibitive costs often associated with market expansion.

“ABT will operate one of the most beautiful and strategically located executive suite facilities in the nation at the Millennium Centre,” says Sonny Moyers, a realtor and executive suite industry consultant at Ebby Halliday Realtors (EHR) and The O’Dea-Moyers Group (OMG). “It will continue to provide new and innovative services to clients who will realize significant savings as a result.”

Matthew Didyk, senior vice president at Transwestern, represented Millennium Centre in the transaction. He called the ABT lease an important one for the building and said having company of ABT’s quality in the building that can provide for small tenants and satellite offices is of great benefit: “Small clients can look like ‘rising stars’ because of the quality of the building, location and finish-out at ABT’s Millennium location.”

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4 Responses

Maggie Correta September 29th, 2009 at 7:20 am

ABT is an absolute icon in the Dallas executive office suites scene. This company definitely has as sterling reputation. They choose great locations and offer a good combination of technology and hands-on admin service. I’d definitely recommend ABT Executive Suites to any one in the Dallas-Fort Worth area looking to lease office space.

Elizabeth Sanchez September 29th, 2009 at 7:22 am

Interesting. It sounds like the ABT’s newest serviced office facility in Dallas is going to be the nicest one yet. They are calling it their flagship property. That is a big statement. I wonder if this means ABT is kicking up its location strategy a notch, taking advantage of the down market to find good deals on long-term leases so they can pass the savings along to their customers. That would be a great thing for folks looking to rent affordable office space in the Dallas area.

Marcus Hester September 29th, 2009 at 8:41 am

Having 11 executive suites in the Dallas area is huge. I wonder how many Regus has there… They must be competing neck and neck for customers. It also sounds like ABT Executive Suites is going to be competing with other serviced office providers in the same building. This is an interesting dynamic. With the location being the same, I wonder what the differences really are.

Bill Brookshire September 29th, 2009 at 9:02 am

It sounds to me like one of the differentiators may be in the services. Some executive office suites companies offer graphic design, Web services and IT support. Others don’t. Some offer paralegals. Others don’t. It looks to me that ABT’s service structure may be a little deeper than some of its competitors. And with 10 facilities in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, they can probably tap into one outsourced firm for a lot of that design stuff.

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