New Hampshire Office Rental & Leasing
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This fully furnished and extremely prestigious business center location offers an extensive variety of executive suites, office space, spacious and collaborative co-working areas and a range of... Read More >>
This newly remodeled facility boasts a number of business amenities, from two executive conference rooms to state-of-the-art presentation equipment, beverage services and courteous staff members to... Read More >>
This center provides three floors of individual office space ranging from 1- to 7-person offices. The offices come furnished and are complete with business amenities ranging from an Executive... Read More >>
New Hampshire for Business: Why Companies Rent Offices in New Hampshire
Founded in 1776, New Hampshire became the first colony in British North America to become self-governing. Known for its many granite formations and quarries, the Granite State was also one of the first thirteen states to form the United States. New Hampshire is famous for hosting the 'first in the nation' primary for Republicans and Democrats selecting their presidential candidates. The state's capital is Concord and its largest city is Manchester, an affordable location that consistently ranks high for business and liveability. Tourism is a major driver and the state has some of the best ski resorts in the Eastern United States. Visitors also converge on New Hampshire every autumn to see the vibrant foliage, while summer cottages are escapes for travellers during warmer months. Other important industries include machinery and electric equipment manufacturing, rubber and plastic production, and agriculture. New Hampshire offers businesses a skilled workforce, low taxes, an exceptional quality of life, and top-rated health and education systems. It is within easy access of major markets in Canada and the United States, including Montreal and Boston. Two interstate highways, major rail corridors and airports, and a deep water port also position trade-dependent businesses well.