Concierge Services

Concierge: con.cierge (noun)
Pronunciation: kōn-'syerzh, kän-sē-'erzh

The term "concierge" first appeared in France in the Middle Ages. The concierge's responsibilities were diverse, including overseeing the administration of domestic services and performing special tasks at the request of the royal court. The definition broadened with the rise of the grand European hotels in the 16th and 17th centuries, though it was not until the mid-20th century that the concierge became a must-have feature of North American hotels, residences and office buildings.

Today's definition of a concierge would be "a doer of all things" within legal and moral limitations.

Services we offer
  • Contract drafting
  • Paralegal Services
  • Pet Sitting
  • Car selling, car repairs, oil change, car wash
  • Event planning
  • Gift-buying
  • Running miscellaneous errands
  • Relocation services
  • Mail pickup
  • Dinner reservations
  • Concert/movie reservations, etc.
  • Grocery shopping
  • Locating hard-to-find items and collectibles

  • from $25 to $125 an hour, depending on the particular task.