What Our Members Are Saying
Where are your meeting rooms located?
Offering a range of rooms catering to your specific meeting needs: Interviews, board meetings, workshops, brainstorms, hackathons, a podcast recording – Altitude has the space, and the community team ready to ensure your meeting goes to plan. Outfitted with premium facilities from Zoom conferencing to the latest AV technology, and with access to a fully equipped kitchen and reception service for your guests, Altitude Cowork is dedicated to providing you with a superior conference room experience.
Small rooms: $60/hr for 1-4 delegates
Large rooms: $100/hr for 6-8 delegates
Extra large: $150/hr for 12-16 delegates
The Lounge: Event space for up to 45 Pax.
How do I book a conference room?
Submit online enquiries HERE and the Altitude team will contact you with availability and an instant quote.
Phone the Altitude hotline on 1800 981 727 and a member of the team will be ready to answer all of your questions.
Alternatively, you can send any Altitude meeting room enquiries to email@example.com
How do I book a conference room in outlook?
Contact the Altitude team at firstname.lastname@example.org and you’ll be guided through the best meeting room options to suit your specific needs.
How much does shared office space cost?
The following list outlines the general costs for offices from a 2 person to 8 person private office.
$220/week – 2 person private office
$471/week – 5 person private office
$608/week – 6 person private office
$863/week – 7 person private office
$967/week – 8 person private office
All rates are EX GST and require a 6 month term.
What are shared workspaces?
Shared workspaces offer members the opportunity to work in a communal environment, with access to a host of common use office facilities.
The term can also refer to securing a private office tenancy, with shared access to the communal areas, and invitations to all community and networking events.
Of those operating within a coworking space, an increase in employee happiness and productivity has been recognised by the wider corporate community. Coworking is considered the way of our working future.
Freelancers have discovered that the opportunity to network is a boon, the benefits of working within a community focused environment, with weekly access to events that nurture team bonding and corporate growth, proving immeasurable. The day to day expense and labour of maintaining an office is taken completely off the hands of business owners, and allows for focus to be placed squarely on optimising your business.
How much does a coworking space cost?
From daily passes to a fixed desk arrangement, the coworking options available stretch wide. A one-off daily pass to all Altitude communal areas is $50, whereas a fixed coworking desk is offered at $113 per week.
Can coworking spaces be profitable?
Owners and operators have discovered that the coworking industry can provide a strong business model for ongoing profit and success, but it’s not one that is guaranteed. Space margins for a coworking business can be incredibly tight, so only companies steered by industry professionals with years of expertise in the serviced office industry, with a particular dedication to customer service, are likely to yield a stream of continually strong profits.
The coworking solution for clients has proven unanimously to be the less expensive option, and overall better value than a commercial lease office. As a conservative estimate, savings of $9000 in costs per annum can be expected. Particularly for businesses with uncertain headcount developments on the horizon, coworking has demonstrated itself as a long term money-saving hero.
What is a flexible office space?
A flexible office space refers to the opportunity to negotiate flexible terms and lease structuring, which is often difficult – if not impossible – within a conventional lease office.
A flexible office or ‘flexi desk’ describes a coworking option that offers access to the communal coworking space and an available desk, based on a plan that caters specifically to the client’s needs.
How do I rent an office?
Phone us with your enquiry on 1800 981 727, email us at email@example.com or simply stroll on in to 575 Bourke, and the Altitude team will answer all of your queries. Consider a free tour and/or trial of what could become your new working home.
How much does it cost to rent a small office space?
A two person office can be rented at Altitude Cowork for as low as $220 per week.
How can I get cheap office space?
For as little as $80 a month, a virtual membership is a low cost option for those seeking a solution whereby they operate from home or remotely, however still want to portray a professional image.
Altitude also offers a membership for $130 per month, that grants members four day passes each calendar month, that allows for access to Altitude’s communal lounge area, all facilities, and networking events.
The coworking solution has proven to be the less expensive option when placed against the conventional lease office, so by comparison all office rentals could be considered a ‘cheap’ office alternative.
What can office space be used for?
Coworking spaces are home to such a diverse range of businesses that span esteemed companies already entrenched into the corporate zeitgeist, to startups fresh out of the gate.
Although rarely considered, a coworking environment offers an excellent chance for students and graduates considering the opportunity to network with experts from industries of interest. Not-for-profit organisations have also found the coworking option to be an affordable solution when put up against the costs associated with a conventional lease office.
Creatives and freelancers who rely on community to generate contacts have discovered that working within a collaborative space is the superior option for cultivating business growth.
A business that relies on offering clients a premium experience should consider entering the coworking world. From on-site concierge service, to the modern design aesthetic that coworking spaces have embraced, it’s the go-to option for companies needing to impress for less.
Can I rent an apartment as an office?
Running a business must comply with council and government regulations. As licenses and registrations required by law must also be sought in order to work from a residential apartment, it is possible, though rarely encouraged.
People are quickly discovering the benefits of establishing their business from within a coworking environment. and that the costs associated (although not necessarily at first glance) would fall far below those of a lease agreement for a residential apartment.
How much does it cost to move a small office?
The costs associated with relocating an office typically fall into the following categories: Marketing the move, furniture moving and transport assistance, and the renegotiation or termination of service provider contracts.
Utility connections, furniture installation, insurance, and compliance processes would also typically be costs incurred, but are instantly eliminated if the move takes you into a coworking arrangement. From day one at Altitude, you will find yourself moving seamlessly into an established space with instant high-speed internet connection, on-site concierge service, and a vibrant community team ready to warmly welcome your team aboard.
How do I relocate my business?
The logistics of relocating a business can at first appear overwhelming. Step one involves beginning your move by creating a Business Continuity Plan. How will your business function in the weeks before and during the move?
Notify all federal, state and local agencies of your change of address. Company legal documents may also require amendments. Some costs associated with a business move will be tax deductible so keeping track of all expenses is crucial.
How do you organize an office move?
The key to organising an office move is careful planning and team communication.
*Create a timeline of the upcoming stages expected with your move, and share this with all team members.
*Purge all unneeded and unnecessary items.
*Appoint a contact person who will lead the taskforce.
*Assign all smaller tasks to team members.
* Ensure that all department heads have the equipment they need to continue working uninterrupted.
*Create a contact list that includes clients and suppliers who will need to be informed of the move.
How should I prepare for moving?
*Illustrate to your team the benefits of moving into a coworking space. Get your team excited!
*Have a pack and plan attack. Label your most used/coveted items so they are easily accessible.
*Organize and label key documents and memory sticks.
*Communicate with your clients, and stakeholders when the move is approaching.
* Don’t forget to update your online address, documents, and business cards. People must be able to find you!