I dont see why it couldnt be done in a closet. Or a basement.
Wow, kinda glad I don't work for you - hard task master! haha
The point being, I dont see why they cant do all of this at headquarters. All it takes is a computer to transmit data.
Yes, they could, but probably not so effectively, or even so accurately.
Remember, buying a property is a capital asset whose valve can be realised when sold and not a 'running cost' whose valve is lost.
Look at how the U.N. does it. Lots of language flowing in and out there. No need to have an expensive property in Florida.
Interesting example - as, no, they don't - they use just six languages. If you wanna make a statement in your own language (not one of the 6) perhaps for political PR reasons, then you need to bring your own translation.
The European Union at least uses 23 official languages, though only effectively three working languages, of which English is the most used apparently - might cause a bit of a problem when Britain exits....
Oh, and building in the out back of beyond in Africa is probably way way cheaper than having it at 'HQ'
I suppose the bottom line is everybody should speak English - I mean they're all gonna be speaking English in the 'New Order Paradise' aren't they - after all it's the 'perfect lanuage'!
(please, that last paragraph is meant to be ironic)