FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 7, 2022 (Sacramento, CA) – Pacific Workplaces (PAC), the San Francisco-based flexible office space provider, is opening a new coworking space in Downtown Sacramento. The grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting will take place on Thursday, September 29 from 3-5 pm at 428 J Street, 4th Floor. This will be PAC’s 18th flexible office location.
“We are really excited to open this beautiful operation on J Street right next to the King’s Arena, which is becoming the place to be in Sacramento with its myriad of bars, restaurants, and shopping nearby,” said Laurent Dhollande, CEO of Pacific Workplaces. He added: “Sacramento is a booming town for entrepreneurs and professionals, and we are happy to have been part of that ecosystem for 16 years with our 4 locations. It seemed natural that we moved our Sacramento area center of gravity to that awesome location.”
The 11,590 square foot flex office space offers a mix of private offices and team rooms, open coworking space, dedicated desks, meeting rooms, gig internet, work booths, cozy lounge areas, a designated wellness room, and fun, enlightening events that will be a magnet for the Sacramento business community. Located in the heart of downtown Sacramento, as it houses Golden 1 Center, dozens of restaurants, and a two-level shopping center, our flex office space is just across the street from Sacramento’s Downtown Commons (DOCO) which is the region’s newest shopping destination. Our J Street location is also just a couple of blocks from the Capitol Building and the court house.
Downtown Sacramento has traditionally been the place of choice for many attorneys, lobbyists, and consultants that work with State agencies and other entities that provide services to the State of California. But over the last couple of years, the area has experienced a significant inflow of folks that left the Bay Area and brought their entrepreneurial credentials to bear in Sacramento. Our space was designed to support this happy mix of professionals and entrepreneurs with very diverse backgrounds.
Pacific Workplaces is bringing its own innovative approach to coworking in Downtown Sacramento and wants to announce its new space in style. “We want our Grand Opening party to be a fun community event,” said Brianna Doyle, Managing Director at Pacific Workplaces. “It will be a tropical, island-themed event with prizes and other giveaways.” To join other Sacramento movers and shakers, you must register here. “We encourage people to register soon, as guests will be limited by the capacity of the floor,” added Doyle.
Chicago-based Workplace Studio is responsible for the unique design. “It was important to us and PAC to keep the integrity of the architectural brick and openings that were once windows into the building light as well as feature areas.” said Mara Hauser, Principal of Workplace Studio. “We love that the elevator lobby invites you right into the energy of the coworking lounge, workspace and cafe areas, and that the flex and dedicated workspace and meeting rooms are situated right off balcony spaces to encourage indoor-outdoor flow throughout the workday. The center features 38 private offices, 4 meeting rooms, phone booths and over 40 coworking seats.
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 950 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.