What is the difference between the Private Office and Shared Office memberships?
We offer a variety of coworking opportunities!
A Private Office membership gives the business solo use of the chosen office on a 24/7 basis. The Member will have a key to lock the office.
A Shared Office membership gives the business use of an office during business hours for 1, 2, or 3 days per week. If a business needs a part-time office presence, this less-expensive option is the perfect choice. The Member may choose the day(s) of the week and then will have access to the office the same day(s) each week with their business name placed on the door.
What is the difference between a Coworker Membership and a Reserved Desk Membership?
The Coworker Membership includes desk space on a first-come, first-served basis during business hours. The Reserved Desk Membership includes immediate, on-demand access to a specific desk of the Member’s choosing on a 24/7 basis.
What are Day Passes?
Day Passes give the holder full access to the collaborative area for a day during business hours. Reserved Desk Members can use their monthly allotment of Day Passes to invite non-Members to join them in the collaborative area for the day. Virtual Office Members can use their monthly allotment of Day Passes to work around other small businesses periodically through the month.
What are the business hours?
The office space will be open during the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Administrative support is available during regular business hours. Private Office Members and Reserved Desk Members along with Coworker Members who upgrade their membership will have access to the building on a 24/7 basis.
What are Coworking Visa benefits?
A Coworking Visa allows active members of one space to use other coworking spaces around the world for free for a set number of days (up to 3). Terms vary from space to space. Learn more at http://wiki.coworking.org/w/page/16583744/CoworkingVisa.