The co-working industry in the San Francisco Bay Area has mostly been resigned to the city itself. For those workers in the East Bay, it can be difficult finding a quiet and professional place to work. That is where Third Workplace comes in.
January 3, 2013 (Newswire) - A lot of nationwide companies have been looking at cutting costs by letting employees work remotely. This means that they can work from home or anywhere else they would like. One major issue with the current spaces available for remote users is that the environment presented is not compatible with being productive outside the office. Third Workplace offers customers a quiet and professional setting where they can be productive in their work, and is not only for large businesses. This is also a great solution for the entrepreneur starting their first business to the CEO from out of town.
They offer a large open area, private meeting rooms, and large conference rooms with amenities you would otherwise pay extra for.Facility amenities available to all members include lightning fast WiFi, Coffee/Tea/Filtered Water, and an all-in-one printer. Amenities in the conference rooms include 36"-48" LED flat screens, whiteboards, conference phones, and are all video conferencing enabled (also includes facility amenities). Payment options include hourly (starting at $6/hr) and monthly subscriptions that offer reduced rates on the meeting rooms. The best part about Third Workplace is that they offer mobile office space without the commitment of a lease.
In addition to promoting productivity out of the office, Third Workplace strives to be a green business. Third Workplace is green because the location of the business is less than a two minute walk from the Pleasant Hill BART station, they recycle, use recycled printer paper, and use green cleaning products.
Third Workplace is open seven days a week. Monday-Friday from 6AM-10PM, and Sat/Sun from 12PM-5PM.
For more information go to their website www.thirdworkplace.com, follow them on twitter @thirdworkplace, or like them on Facebook /thirdworkplace.