Created by PBC Management LLC, Pacific Workspaces is a super flexible co-working space that is popular amongst attorneys and many others looking to get their foot into the San Francisco Bay Area startup world.
In addition to offering a multitude of office renting options, Pacific Workspaces also offers office business center services such as virtual offices and live phone answering available at all locations.
At this time, they are offering free coworking and office day passes for new members.
As part of the League of Extraordinary Coworking Spaces (LExC), Bespoke is one of those places where work and life truly can coexist with one another.
Other than that the place is located on the top floor of the Westfield mall, Bespoke also offers a full kitchen, $35 day passes, a dedicated rest area with blankets, pillows and napping nooks, and much more!
For those with a dedicated desk or private office memberships, pets are allowed inside.
Impact Hub San Francisco is a community-based co-working space that offers flexible payment and room options for entrepreneurs, activists, creatives, and other business looking to make the world a better place.
It is a certified B Corporation, which helps to inspire others to “strengthen their resolve to achieve higher social & environmental standards” according to its website.
In addition to free coffee and wifi, members also receive discounts on event & meeting space rentals.
Located in some of San Francisco’s most populous areas, WeWork is a relaxed, hip chain of co-working spaces ideal for more established businesses.
In addition to shared kitchens, WeWork also offers coffee, tea, tap beer, and fruit-infused water.
For those looking to take their business even further, We Work provides businesses personal assistance from Community Managers, month-to-month business flexibility, access to a global network of events, and many other perks.
A newcomer to the San Francisco Bay Area coworking space community, The Wing is an incubator and space geared for female-led business owners looking to connect with other female-led business owners.
In addition to WiFi and unlimited free drip coffee, The Wing also offers a changing room, a mother’s room, a library, and many other amenities necessary for helping women-led business owners make it their home away from home.
It even offers a place called The Little Wing for busy mothers looking for someone to help take care of their younger ones for an hour or so.
Located at historic Pier 26 on the Embarcadero, Troll House is a unique, waterfront office and co-working space that is popular amongst freelancers, startups, and many other business tycoons looking for a place to unleash their creativity.
It offers a multitude of services such as free motorcycle parking, discounted designated parking, and free event hosting.
For women, veterans, and minority-owned businesses, Troll House also offers discounts.
Located in downtown San Francisco, PARISOMA is an open co-working space and incubator that “cultivates an experimental environment where ideas meet execution.”
For those new to the United States startup world, PARISOMA offers a program called TARMAC, which helps international startup members, “navigate the legal, logistical, and cultural challenges of launching in San Francisco” according to Rocket Space Coworking.
They are also well-known for their free Friday breakfast days and impromptu happy hours.
Located in San Franciso’s very own SOMA neighborhood, Covo offers a free trial day for those who want to test out the services before officially utilizing the space, as well as many other benefits such as AEC services, free signage, and many others.
Here at Covo, members and non-members can pay as little as $4 an hour just for using the services.
AvantSpace is a, “high-tech, upscale, boutique coworking space” created by some of San Francisco’s leading designers.
It was founded in 2017 with the goal of providing fellow patrons a beautiful work home away from home.
In addition to offering free Philz coffee, the space also provides VoIP desk phones, discounts with select business partners, and many other benefits.
” Opened in May 2019, AvantSpace was created to provide locals with the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of working where they live. Architecturally and culturally designed for the neighborhood, the stylish, high-tech workspace is a place for dynamic individuals to work meaningfully in a collaborative environment.
The convenient location of the notorious Cow Hollow Triangle paints an immediate, dream-like workday for its members with many attractive advantages; sans commute. The waterfront neighborhood’s wealth of restaurants, shops, bars and workout spots just steps away from the office – and home – enables a balanced lifestyle. It’s this work-life balance that has been the focus on the careful curation of AvantSpace.” — Francesca Huson, Director of Operations at AvantSpace
Opened since January 2018, The Assembly is San Francisco’s first and only fitness and coworking space, creating a self-care sanctuary for women in a historic church building in The Mission.
In addition to providing a space for members to network and get support from mentors, The Assembly also offers top-tier fitness and restorative classes, which are open to the public. With the fitness and self-care offerings (think: acupuncture, brows, reiki, manis, etc.), Assembly members can maintain a work-life balance as they get through the grit and grind of daily work.
Furthermore, in addition to WiFi and a sunny backyard, The Assembly also offers a pump room for nursing mothers, regular events programming for members and the public alike, an outdoor shower for a post-class refresh, and many other amenities necessary to take care of yourself while you take care of business.
Founded and created by renowned industrial designer, Yves Béhar, Canopy is a hip, cozy, artistic space perfect for those looking to build the businesses and creations of their dreams at reasonable prices.
In addition to complimentary coffee and a fully stocked kitchen, Canopy also offers a Juicero juice press and SodaStream for sparkling water for its members.
At this time, there are two Canopys in San Francisco: one in Pacific Heights and the other on Jackson Square.
“CANOPY is an exceptional shared workspace for accomplished professionals and aspirational entrepreneurs alike. Custom designed by friends Yves Behar and Amir Mortazavi, and built out by M-PROJECTS, CANOPY delivers an elevated contemporary design, a distraction-free environment, and sophisticated membership and concierge-style amenities programs in iconic neighborhoods. CANOPY centers on the premise that where you work affects what you do and who you are. The members-only workspace seeks to bring people together and inspire great ideas that design can amplify. CANOPY’s first location opened in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights in 2016. On the heels of its success, CANOPY Jackson Square opened in April 2018. Headquartered in San Francisco, CANOPY was founded by Yves Behar, Amir Mortazavi, and Steve Mohebi. ” — Amir Mortazavi, CEO and Cofounder of CANOPY
Mindspace San Francisco is a European-based coworking space that provides its members with beautiful boutique lounges, fully stocked kitchens, meeting rooms, and everything else that a business could ever ask for.
Members pay a monthly subscription for all of the services included and can even create their very own mixtape there.
” Mindspace uniqueness is being the only global boutique coworking space.
Mindspace’s 28 locations across Europe and the US are hand-picked in primely-located buildings.
The Mindspace experience brings hospitality-level service, inspiring and beautifully designed offices, vibrant communities, and wellness, lifestyle and professional programs
Among Mindspace’s customers are world-leading brands, such as Microsoft, Samsung, Spotify, Barclays Bank, Expedia, Schwan-Stabilo, M&C Saatchi, GoPro, Visa, Frank Recruitment Group, ABSL, Techstars Accelerator, and Startupbootcamp.” — Naama Adler, Marketing Manager at Mindspace
SHARED is a simple, yet exquisite coworking space located in the heart of SoMa in San Francisco. It was founded by artist and fashion designer Marilyn Yu in September 2012 in order to create a space for artists and other creatives to come together and work under one roof.
In addition to office space, this coworking also offers a makerspace, meeting rooms, kitchen, classes, and events.
It even has a toolshed where members can utilize just about any tool that they need from sewing machines to jigsaws.
“SHARED houses a diverse community of businesses. Some make physical products while others primarily work on the computer. It’s great to see how much more enriched life is through the cross-pollination of ideas/members.
This last weekend I attended an art opening of a SHARED member. She told me that one of her paintings was influenced by a conversation she had with a member who runs a merchandising and media brand. Additionally, I saw other members at the opening, coming to support one of their new friends, who they met at SHARED.” — Marilyn, Yu, Founder of SHARED
Fast and convenient, Workshop Cafe is both a cafe and a technology-based coworking space combined. This way, members can not only get good, handmade food at good prices, but also be able to live a work-life balance lifestyle.
Here at Workshop Cafe, members can pay up to $3 an hour just by downloading the Workshop Cafe app and picking a seat. For those who are new to Workshop Cafe, the first 3 hours are free, no commitment, whatsoever.
Partnered with the Temple Nightclub and Mirus Gallery, ECO-SYSTEM is a fun and creative space for creative professionals of all different looking for a place to unleash their inner innovators.
As such, “ECO-SYSTM exists as an interactive cultural hub, inspiring creativity through business, music and fine arts” according to its website.
For members, ECO-SYSTEM offers bike parking; lots of seating configurations (couches, high-top tables, hanging chairs); weekly in-house massages, and many other benefits that members can take advantage of.
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