OpenSpace


A place to work, collaborate, get creative, inspire and, most importantly, get some work done…for an affordable rate. OpenSpace features the following features for it’s members:

  • Desks
  • Counters
  • Lounge Chairs
  • Private Conference Room
  • High Speed Wi‐Fi
  • Quick Printer
  • Presentation Quality black‐and‐white and color copies
  • Binding equipment
  • Portable Whiteboards
  • Full Kitchen

Pricing

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Drop In Roamer Renter Resident
$25/Day $50/Mo $125/Mo $200/Mo
2 Free days Single Occupancy All the benefits of the Roamer Shared Occupancy (up to 5)
Use of OpenSpace during business hours Use of OpenSpace during business hours Shared Occupancy (up to 3)
24/7 access
Exclusive use of a Desk 2 Desks $300/Mo.
Discount on Exclusive Use rates 3 hrs of exclusive conference room use weekly File Cabinet
Shared Mailing Address 1 mo deposit. Deposit is refundable upon tenant lease term expiration if tenant key is returned and condition of OpenSpace is acceptable as per the lease agreement. 24/7 Access with Unlimited Exclusive Use
1 mo deposit. Deposit is refundable upon tenant lease term expiration if tenant key is returned and condition of Open‐ Space is acceptable as per the lease agreement.
Personal Mailing Address

Exclusive Use Rates

(Contact us for scheduling during business hours)

Hourly 3 Hour Block
Conference Room $20 $40
Open Space $25 $50
Combined Space $40 $80


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