Pacific Workplaces Opens New ~11,000 SQFT Co-Working Location in San Francisco

Pacific Workplaces, San Francisco, SoMa, Pacific Heights

Flexible office space provider Pacific Workplaces opens new neighborhood coworking space in San Francisco.

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 5, 2022 — Pacific Workplaces, the San Francisco-based flexible office provider, announced today that it is opening a new coworking space in the Pacific Heights area at 2001 Van Ness Avenue, on the west side of Van Ness, where Pacific Heights, Nob Hill, and Polk Gulch intersect. The space totals 10,798 square feet and will feature 36 private offices, an open coworking area with 6 dedicated desks, 24 open coworking seats, fully equipped meeting rooms, gig internet, virtual offices, and fun events that foster opportunities for members to connect. This location is a neighborhood coworking space for professionals who want to work near home in a classic area of San Francisco with access to locally owned restaurants and coffee houses as well as internationally recognized shops.

Laurent Dhollande, CEO of Pacific Workplaces, said, “One of the major shifts in work behavior the last couple of years has been a move towards hybrid work. However, not everyone can work from home. The roommate(s), the spouse, the kids, pets, or the lack of infrastructure can make work-from-home difficult. This is why Pacific Workplaces is developing neighborhood coworking spaces to provide a work solution you can walk or bike to, full-time or part-time. Pacific Workplaces in Pacific Heights is a perfect example of that.”

Pacific Workplaces has another San Francisco location in the iconic SOMA District at 201 Spear Street, for a total of 18 locations in Northern California, Reno and Las Vegas. When members need to travel further away, they can access one of the 900 locations available worldwide via the CloudTouchdown network managed by CloudVO, a sister company to Pacific Workplaces.

Becky Simi, Managing Partner overseeing the Pacific Heights location, added: “The social dimension of working in our spaces is very important. Our role is to be a connector of people, fight loneliness, and give professionals the opportunity to meet and help each other, sometimes serendipitously. This in turn boosts people’s morale, creativity, and productivity.” 

Construction is scheduled to be completed by the middle of October 2022 and people interested can lock-in pre-opening deals by registering their interest on the Pacific Workplaces website.

About Pacific Workplaces 
Pacific Workplaces (PAC for short) are great flexible offices and coworking places, with a wide range of part-time and full-time furnished office spaces including virtual offices, private offices, dedicated desks, open coworking and mini-suites, in a shared infrastructure environment, with curated communities that maximize networking opportunities and serendipity. Members have access to meeting rooms, coworking areas, business lounges, gig Internet, VoIP telephony, phone answering services, admin support and preferential access to a network of 900 touchdown locations worldwide, under a Workplace-as-a-Service model. PAC centers are located in Northern California and Nevada. All 18 locations are operated by PBC Management LLC under the Pacific Workplaces and NextSpace brands.

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