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BridgeWorks coworking space in Atascadero continues to innovate 

Atascadero Chamber of Commerce

Atascadero Chamber of Commerce: home of BridgeWorks. Photo by Saab Sahi.

Facility offer clients flexibility

–The Atascadero Chamber of Commerce hosts the BridgeWorks coworking space, which is the first location for coworking in north San Luis Obispo County.

The BridgeWorks project was launched in 2018 with the financial backing of Pacific Premier Bank, which initially pledged $15,000, and is supported by the City of Atascadero as well.

The facilities currently house 18 coworking spaces with a vast array of amenities available to clients that use the space, as well as different plans to suit different business needs.

Included amenities:

  • High-speed internet
  • Secure and encrypted wifi
  • Full-color printer
  • Conference rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Mailing address
  • Professional workshops on site
  • Optional storage locker at $10 a month
  • Free parking
  • Utilities
  • 24-hour access
  • Coffee & filtered water

 

The BridgeWorks coworking space was designed to offer new businesses, commuters, remote workers, freelancers, entrepreneurs, and any other interested parties a well-outfitted workplace at a more affordable price with no need for long drives or to commit to full-scale offices.

During the pandemic, the chamber implemented a variety of safety measures like acquiring medical-grade hand sanitizer in partnership with Central Coast Distellery, obtaining ViroDisinfect services from Brezden Pest Control, and having divided cubicles to make social distancing easy.

BridgeWorks offers access to either desks or dedicated office spaces through different plans.

July BridgeWorks Office Layout

July BridgeWorks office layout.

The lowest-priced option is a daily pass available for $25 dollars for an unreserved desk, but also available in bundles of five for $100. Dedicated access to any unreserved desks can be obtained for $200, but a reserved desk will cost $300.

Private offices start at $400 for the basic unit, but interested parties can purchase access to a manager’s office for $550 or a fully furnished executive suite with additional features like a TV and whiteboard for $800. All offices do require a 3-month minimum commitment and notice must be given 30 days in advance in case anyone wants to cancel.

The final option is a $100 pass for a virtual office that grants a BridgeWorks mailing address, mail service, access one day a month to use the coworking space and one hour a month to use the conference room.

The chamber is also working on expanding the space in the near future.

Contact BridgeWorks at info@atascaderochamber.org or give them a call at 805-466-2044 for more details or to schedule a tour of their offices.

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