BridgeWork. North San Luis Obispo County’s first co-working space is now open and ready to serve you! Earlier this year, the Atascadero Chamber announced plans to relocate their offices and launch the co-working space to better serve the community and their membership.
Co-working spaces have gained traction in recent years across the country, primarily in large metropolitan areas. They provide professionals an affordable office space to escape the home office or coffee shop without the hassle that leasing a building brings.
BridgeWork is a mix of colleagues in deep focus at private desks, or others sharing ideas and engaging in conversations at our community tables. This shared workspace includes 24/7 access, unlimited hours, free coffee and other beverages, use of conference rooms, private phone booths and more.
BridgeWork has two membership options available to best suit your needs. An “unreserved desk” provides you the opportunity to switch up where you work each time you come in. If there is an available seat, it’s yours! The “reserved desk” membership allows you to pick out a personal desk or space, make it your own, and have the comfort of knowing it will always be there whenever an idea for your business comes to life.
For the Atascadero Chamber, this new venture is more about creating an atmosphere for business people to connect with each other and the greater community and less about filling the space. The hope of the Chamber is that this space serves as a means to educate our community on what North San Luis Obispo County has to offer. With the partnership between the Atascadero Chamber and Pacific Premier Bank, BridgeWork will be a vessel for business education classes and other opportunities for business success to the local community.
For more information or to sign-up to utilize BridgeWork, contact Derek Kirk, President | CEO at dkirk@atascaderochamber.org.

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