Kansas Office Rental & Leasing
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This prestigious and contemporary workspace center is located in a former garment factory, newly renovated and giving a creative twist to the usual Kansas City office space, this center offers... Read More >>
Approximately 2,000-3,000 square feet of office space comprised of eight or nine private offices and twenty small workstations located in the Northeast corner of Class A office building. Square... Read More >>
At this center you'll find the flexibility and functionality you've been craving – everything you need to unleash your potential. This center offers Private Offices - Dedicated Desk - Coworking... Read More >>
Kansas for Business: Why Companies Rent Offices in Kansas
Home to more than 2.9 million people (2018 data), Kansas is the fifteenth largest U.S. state and the thirty-fourth most populous. Known as the 'Sunflower State' and the 'Wheat State', Kansas is one of the most productive agricultural states in the country and is within the country's Grain Belt. With several aircraft manufacturing facilities in and around Kansas City and Wichita, the state is also has a large aviation and aerospace sector. Kansas is also a significant energy producer and ranks eight in both oil and natural gas production in the country. Transportation is also a major sector thanks to the Interstate 35 and Interstate 70 Corridor, which links Mexico with Canada. The corridor has helped establish Kansas and in particular Kansas City as a major trucking centre. The state is also a leading freight rail hub. Other important industries include food processing, publishing, chemical products, machinery, mining, and apparel. Easy access to major transportation corridors and markets as well as low operating costs, a talented workforce, and business-friendly government policies make Kansas a strategically strong place to do business.