Since the concept of Remote Work is being accepted with a full swing these days, the punch-in and punch-out office culture are drifting away. Working remotely from wherever you are might sound very interesting and as easy as pie, but apparently, it's not. Working from home or remotely might lack the dazzle of work. For instance, it's 2 PM, and you're still in your pajamas.
Not just this, you may also feel sluggish sitting in one place with your laptop on. Isn't that true? What would you do in such a scenario? Ever thought of working in a jazzy workspace? Well, all you need is to drive to a co-working space with a flamboyant vibe, freedom of home and the coffee and snacks of the said cafe.
If you're a San Franciscan, here we have hand-picked the top 5 co-working spaces to fulfill your desire of working in a pro-designed workspace which will let you work with a lively mood.
If you don't mind working at a chain co-working space, then WeWork will be a good fit for you. It is well-known for its convenience and accessibility to a variety of programs and networks. San Francisco currently has over 10 WeWork workspaces with a few more announced.
Since San Francisco is a colossal hub for tech and finance, WeWork membership enables you to connect with clients and investors throughout the city. You'll also get access to any WeWork spot once you subscribe to its services.
WeWork offers basic amenities like speedy Internet, IT support, daily cleaning, office supplies, 24/7 access, office supplies, printers and much more. It also provides craft on draft and micro-roasted coffee for all those who can't do it without coffee.
Pricing - Membership starts at $370 per month.
Since San Francisco is a colossal hub for tech and finance, WeWork membership enables you to connect with clients and investors throughout the city. You'll also get access to any WeWork spot once you subscribe to its services. Click To Tweet
Best suitable for Retail Tech entrepreneurs, startups and companies, Bespoke is located in the heart of downtown San Francisco. It is apt for both startups and big brands, and is placed at the very top of the famous Westfield Mall, which is a hub of over 200 shops and eateries.
Bespoke offers 24/7 workspace access, WiFi, conference rooms, and consumer-facing pop-up shops. The uniqueness that Bespoke offers are a rock climbing wall and a napping nook with blankets and pillows.
Pricing - Shared desks start at $404 per month, and the dedicated one starts at $625 per month.
A luxury club well established for design lover entrepreneurs, Canopy boasts of amazing artifacts. It is full of luxurious setups, such as a kitchen with Heath Ceramic tiles, ergonomic Herman Miller chairs, complimentary coffee, and Juicero juice presses.
The workspace comprises of business perks such as HD video conferencing, Internet, printing services, mail services, tech support, and desk phones. It also hosts cultural programming throughout the year, like talks, presentations, and debates.
Pricing - The lowest price of membership starts at $275 per month.
4. Impact Hub
Impact Hub is well known for social change agents who are devoted to causes like student success and sustainable apparel. It connects the local entrepreneurs and offers impact-driven programming and events.
It has three branches throughout the Bay Area in Berkeley, San Francisco, and Oakland. The San Francisco branch has 25,000 square feet allocated to rooms and spaces for diverse business needs.
Certain perks that dedicated desk and private office members receive are meeting room access, event space, nursing rooms, privacy booths, bike storage, printing and scanning, coffee and tea, showers and office supplies.
Pricing - The membership package is divided into two segments - Non-Premium and Premium. For individuals, the standard membership starts at $225 per month and premium individual membership costs at $375 per month.
5. Rocket Space
Having nurtured over 1,000 startups and attracted over 100 Fortune 1000 clients, Rocket Space is located near San Francisco's Montgomery BART station. It gets a big thumbs up for providing a productive and comfortable remote work environment to tech startups throughout the Bay Area, with alumni like Spotify, Uber, and Zappos.
It offers basic amenities like 4Gbps WiFi speeds, printing and scanning services, communal kitchens on every floor, mail distribution, 24/7 access (only for a dedicated desk and office members), private conference rooms and event space, and building security.
Pricing - The subscription for the hot desk starts at $300 per month whereas $800 for private offices.
What do you think?
Planning to work remotely and haven't subscribed to any of these workspaces yet? Well, do it now and witness the fantastic experience of working in a co-working space. Also, get the significant insights of Remote Work by signing up for the Remote Work Summit 2020, where you can learn a lot about the essentials of working remotely and become a pro.