By Cat Johnson, a well-known writer, podcaster and content strategist in the coworking industry and a happy member at NextSpace Santa Cruz.
Being a mobile worker in California does not mean you must settle for a table in a busy coffee shop to catch up on email, or worse, meet with clients. In fact, you can ditch the coffee-shop-as-a-workspace altogether and work in a rental office of your own for the day. Affordably!
Pacific Workplaces gives you access to office space and coworking space throughout California
Office work in California becomes easy when you have access to an affordable network of workspaces. Pacific Workplaces gives you access to office space and coworking space in the following locations across California and Nevada, with one single membership:
- Bakersfield, CA
- Berkeley, CA
- Cupertino, CA
- Oakland, CA
- Palo Alto, CA (2 locations)
- Pleasant Hill, CA
- Reno, NV
- Sacramento Capitol, CA
- Sacramento Greenhaven, CA
- Sacramento Watt, CA
- San Francisco, CA
- San Jose Market Street, CA
- San Jose Second Street, CA
- San Mateo, CA
- Santa Cruz, CA
- Sunnyvale, CA
- Walnut Creek, CA
Access to Any of the California Offices or Virtual Offices
With any office or virtual office membership at any Pacific Workplaces location, you have the option to purchase a PacificTouchdown Pass, which gives you access to any of the other locations (and also to 650 locations worldwide as we will see later). The PacificTouchdown Pass offers three tiers of credits (8, 20 and 50). Depending on how often you need to access other spaces and what your workspace needs are, you can choose the plan that best suits you. Best of all, they start at only $89 per month!
PacificTouchdown Pass credits can be used toward open coworking days, meeting rooms or day offices. At Pacific Workplaces, Day Offices are always 1 credit per hour, coworking day passes 2 credits per day; while larger meeting rooms may require 3 or more credits per hour of booking depending upon their size. As a pass holder, you also get a 10% discount on the hourly rate for any overage when you exceed your credit allowance for the month. So, whether you need to open your laptop and cowork for a few hours, meet in a private office with a client, or make a presentation in a meeting room, you can easily do so in a Pacific Workplaces location throughout California.
Each Pacific Workplace location has its own aesthetic that’s unique to the town and local community. For instance, one location in downtown Sacramento is two blocks from the State Capitol. The community in that space is largely lobbyists, attorneys, local politicians and government officials. In the Silicon Valley area, Pacific Workplaces locations include an abundance of tech professionals and startups. This is especially true in our NextSpace locations in San Jose, Santa Cruz and Berkeley that have large and vibrant coworking areas.
Create your own custom package based on your business needs
Pacific Workplaces prides itself on transparent pricing and they bundle offerings into packages, so there’s no nickel-and-diming on rates. Check our Regus vs Pacific Workplaces Price Comparison as an example of their pricing transparency. As a Pacific Workplaces Member, you can create your own custom packages based on your specific needs. This way, you know what you’re paying for and aren’t surprised by any unexpected charges. At the heart of Pacific Workplaces is an ethos of caring about members and a dedication to helping professionals thrive in their business.
If your work involves traveling throughout California and you’re ready to make the move from coffee shops to an on-demand office rental, give Pacific Workplaces a try. But if the 19 locations of Pacific Workplaces in California do not cover all your geographical needs, we have a solution for you: Our CloudTouchdown passes offer access to 650 partner workspace locations around the world. For more information visit CloudVO.com.
Learn more about Pacific Workplaces and find a location near you at pacificworkplaces.com.