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Hackerdojo SFO

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  • Citizen Space SFWebsite - 425 2nd St., Suite 100 More Details
    • Team Table sits 4- 6 w/dedicated desk space- $1100-
    • Monthly resident w/dedicated desk space- $425-  Discount on 2+ desks
    • Co-working Lite - $300/month
    • Cafe Member- $200/ month
    • Virtual Member- $25 / month (includes two drop in passes per month, and one hour of conference room time)
    • Drop-In day rate - $8 per hour / $20 per day / $60 per week
    • Easy access to downtown & BART/MUNI @ Montgomery St and CalTrain
    • Located near South Park
    • Handicap Accessible space (including restrooms) 
    • Kitchen, living room area, library, 2 conference rooms, lockers, Wii, Google TV
    • Event Space for up to 200 people, 3 break out rooms 
    • Cloud Servers and storage on site for developers and designers
    • Coffee, Tea, Soft Drinks, Snacks included
    • Personal Assistant services (ask manager)
    • IT Services (ask manager)
    • Regular events for Bay Area entrepreneurial, open source, and startup community
    • Evening and Weekend classes on cooking, arts, and engineering 
    • Great casual and hard-working community of freelancers and independents
    • Bikes and dogs welcome.
    • For more info call 415-501-9155  or Follow us on Twitter @citizenspace , enter the space through the loading dock on 2nd Street.
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 Plans for a Q2 2009 HackerDojo are now underway at http://hackerdojo.pbwiki.com/ 

This project will attempt to establish a hacker commune on the San Francisco peninsula. The intent is to use it for nearfull-time hackery, mini-conferences, barcamps, devhouses, and the like. The intent is to have a simple open office space with 24/7 access, tables, chairs, whiteboards and caffeine galore, high-speed net drop with wireless, and bean bags.

Possible Spaces

We're looking at spots that are 2000 to 6000 square feet, less than $1.50 a square foot, and near Caltrain / BART in San Bruno. Here's a useful Craigslist search.

Interested Parties

Notes 

There have been a number of incubators in the Bay Area. Many have failed because with easy access to real estate and the virtual flexbility of working from home, the need for interim housing is low. Current incubator space is very expensive (as much as eight times more expensive than regular office space) or is usually coupled with direct investment of some sort. 

Catayst

April 2011:  We are looking to start a new co-working site in the Burlingame/San Mateo area, which will have ready access to the airport as well as Caltrain & BART.  We will be forming a "roaming" network with others around the Bay Area, so members can use them as way stations in their travels to cliients, VCs, etc.  This will be general purpose co-working, rather than aimed at coders and developers.  Please let me know if you have an interest in joining, helping, advising, or whatever.

Steve Lamont - steven@Lamonaco.com

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