Introducing San Francisco’s First Outdoor Coworking Space

Campsyte, San Francsico, Bay Area, Coworking Space, OutCamp, SOMA neighborhood,

Campsyte, San Francsico, Bay Area, Coworking Space, OutCamp, SOMA neighborhood,

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco-based Campsyte, creator of on-demand flexible workplaces, recently launched a new option to San Francisco’s coworking scene by converting an under-utilized parking lot into an urban campground for work and play. OutCamp, located in San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood, encourages local residents and companies to take their work outside. Additionally, the campsite-themed space provides the perfect backdrop for off-site meetings, social events and special occasions.

OutCamp offers the benefits of traditional shared workspaces – printing, wifi, complimentary coffee, even kombucha and beer on tap – in a non-traditional outdoor space that inspires camaraderie in a pleasant open-air setting. Access is autonomous with a keyless entry system. Shade structures, fans and heaters provide protection from the elements. Vintage trailers with state-of-the-art equipment act as conference rooms for private meetings or phone calls. Guest interaction develops in the generous open seating area, in the camp kitchen, and around the central campfire (a fresh new take on the typical office water cooler).

Parent company Campsyte created OutCamp to further their vision: re-envisioning our cities by sharing under-utilized space and instilling camp ethics into our daily lives. With backgrounds in development, co-founders Niki Choo and Dennis Wong believe that creating an outdoor space for human interaction in an age dominated by social media will increase the happiness and success of the growing alternative work force. Together, the two co-founders have a unique background of experience that spans real estate development, finance, behavioral science, civil engineering, architecture and technology. They have used theories in neuroscience to create spaces that decrease stress and improve overall health of their clientele.

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