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156 2nd Street San Francisco, CA, 94105
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  • Sander Lewis 28 days ago

    Pleasant co-working office.

  • Emm Kay 168 days ago

    If you are a freelancer that needs a place to work that isn't your house, this is it. It's the more affordable WeWork locations around.

  • Justin Salsburey 238 days ago

    Reasonably priced coworking space.

  • Sean Phelan 371 days ago

    Wework is an office building specializing in small office spaces that cater to smaller businesses, especially start-ups. Unless you have an outside window, small offices can feel like caves - but Wework figured out that offices can be as small as you please if the walls are glass (portions are frosted for some modicum of privacy). That way you get natural light and, since you can see much of the activity on the floor, don't feel like you're in a small box. It makes all the difference. Beyond that, every floor has a kitchenette with fridge, microwave, large coffee maker, corporate printer/scanner, coffee mugs, silverware and minor office supplies. The ground floor and basement floor both have beer kegs. The basement floor has a room with billiards, couches, foosball and video games. There are meeting rooms on every floor that are reserved online. I'll mention two downsides that I have encountered; first is noise. The small offices are pretty tightly arranged on the floors, and while this provides a positive "start-up" energy, it can also can be fairly noisy. I've found folks nice but "noise decorum", if you will, can be a little lacking. Some folks' voices carry and they don't always close their door, which can leave you feeling like you're on their conference call. Every floor has a "phone booth", which is a small room with a lounge chair, for making private calls in. However, there's just one and you have to be willing to use it. If you routinely need a pretty quiet workspace, this might not be right for you. The second drawback I've found, is temperature. In my experience, you end up having a lot of people on the floor asking the Wework staff for different temperatures. Complicating the situation, unlike regular modern office buildings, is the outside windows open. I'm usually one of the first ones to arrive on my floor in the morning. Usually the heater is running & my floor can be pretty warm. My office doesn't have an outside window to open for some fresh air. When enough folks arrive that DO have an outside window, they open it and the floor temperature tends to moderate. This Wework space offers good energy & adds to that with constant events, from various business presentations to happy hours to seasonal parties. Networking is always encouraged. Wework seeks deals for its "members" (tenants) for a wide variety of services like health care, administrative help, gym memberships, etc. Lastly, members are able to use any Wework building in the world for temporary working space, by making arragements in advance with the staff in their own location. Wework has a nice product. Particularly if you need a smaller space, you should check it out. (They offer referral spiffs - feel free to tell them I sent you, if this write-up helped.)

  • Sarah Herczog 891 days ago

    I have worked with WeWork to plan an event in their space. Aja at the front desk was very friendly and helpful in all of my interactions with her. My co-worker and I were immediately invited to an ice cream social upon visiting the space and they worked with us to make sure everything happened that we needed for the event. In terms of the co-working space I love the set up--there are large glass office spaces that provide a community feeling for the various companies set up in there. I had a great experience working with WeWork and I would definitely work with them again!

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