Although not part of Maryland, the metropolitan area of Washington, DC spills over into the state, exerting a huge influence. Proximity to the seat of national government means a demand for companies to provide the technical and administrative skills needed for the work of government agencies. The Baltimore-Washington region harbors many diverse companies but, in particular, educational and medical research institutions, and the presence of such a highly educated workforce gives any business an advantage in accessing talent. Maryland has good highway links with Philadelphia and New York to the north, is served by several busy airports and has access to major shipping trade via the Port of Baltimore. We have a wide variety of premier office space, meeting rooms and virtual office addresses available in Maryland. Two of our business centers are in waterside locations; others are located in central business districts and corporate parks. All of our facilities are highly accessible and occupy locations convenient and advantageous for business, whether it’s the Technology Corridor, university districts or the Port of Baltimore. As well as offering bright, well laid out offices from a day to permanent full-time usage, our business centers make excellent virtual office addresses, with a choice of mail handling and call answering packages. Many centers include videoconferencing facilities and business lounges for customers to drop in and use.