No. Which would be in compliance with the City of Henderson.
We provide our executive suite occupants with a phone number, receptionist, a place to meet clients, mail service etc… therefore, you can get a business license from the City of Henderson by having a signed lease for one of our dedicated executive suites or a virtual office. See the following excerpt from the City of Henderson’s website:
|Signing this acknowledgement affirms that the business is located in your facility and you are acknowledging that the above named executive suite business is providing, to the business license applicant named above, the minimum location requirements set forth in Henderson Municipal Code 4.04.010 which states, ““Executive suites” or “shared office” business means one whose primary business is to maintain a number of individual rooms, cubicles, or offices for use by other businesses and to provide personalized telephone answering and mail service and one or more of the following: a separate business listing in a public area; a reception area with receptionist; a definite number of hours of use of an office; use of a conference or meeting room; exclusive use of an office; availability of secretarial, clerical, and/or data processing staff; availability and use of office equipment.”|
Unlike the City of Las Vegas, the City of Henderson, does not require St Rose Executive Suites to physically hang a business license on your behalf, however, if you would like for us to we can, but again, we are not required to.