Pacific Workplaces is set to open San Francisco Pacific Heights, its new 10,798-square-foot coworking space in San Francisco. The flex office location is part of a 27,281-square-foot building and marks the company’s second coworking space in the city. Official opening is set for January 26th.
Part of the Pacific Heights neighborhood, the hybrid workspace encompasses two meeting rooms, suitable for teams varying from three to 10 members, 36 private offices, for both individuals and larger teams, 30 coworking seats and dedicated desks, as well as virtual address services. Amenities also include lounge areas, work booths, a wellness room, bike racks, lockers and happy hour events, offering workspace solutions that people can walk or bike to.
Located at 2001 Van Ness Ave., the coworking space is within walking distance of several dining and retail options, such as Whole Foods Market or Trader Joe’s. Interstate 80, as well as numerous bus stops, are within 2 miles from the property, while Lafayette Park is also within walking distance.
Pacific Workplaces’ portfolio currently includes flex office spaces throughout California, Las Vegas, Reno, Nev., and Phoenix. The other San Francisco coworking space is located at 201 Spear St., offering a mix of dedicated desks, meeting rooms, private offices and shared spaces. A few months ago, the company opened another 11,590-square-foot coworking space in Sacramento, Calif.
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