Ideal for brainstorming and workshop events, this charming old school and creatively inspiring space is lit with skylights, warmed with large plank wooden floors, one brick wall, and original artwork add up to a sweet mix of comfy and professional. Robust Internet, kitchen, a private garden patio in the sweetest part of the Mission on Bryant at 20th street. When guest enter there's an unmistakable wow factor : ) The space has hosted teams for Google, Facebook, Airbnb, Stripe, Lyft, and even Peerspace! This is your time to let your booking skills shine, your team will appreciate being here! There's a few different seating / table configurations available, just let me know your needs. Features include: • 4x9 ft. custom built whiteboard that protrudes from the wall for easy scribble. Quite possibly it's the coolest whiteboard, I've even had clients request build tips. ) • 26x24" standing whiteboard easel with clips to hold the big post-it pads. • 50" TV with Apple TV - easily beam your content from any apple device or use the provided HDMI cord for PC. • Seating for up to 16 with desk space. • Seating for up to 28 without desk space. Chairs can be arranged into an oblong, popular for workshops. • Sunny private garden patio deck. • Many local lunch and coffee spots within a few blocks including Sightglass Coffee, Farmhouse Thai, Salumeria, Gus's Market, Atlas Cafe, Pho on Bryant, Tartine Manufactory and Universal Cafe. I maintain a full list that will be out for you when you arrive, or I can send that list to you beforehand. • Full kitchen, though no dishwasher. • Robust internet for up to 14 active users. • Located on the 2nd floor with a freight elevator that opens to the street for easy load in if needed. • Dog friendly. • I do not have a projector, the TV with Apple TV has been fine for all my guests to date. Built in ~1930, the entire building was home to a giant web press that printed the cursive writing examples that ran along the top of grade school classroom walls. Then in the 60's it became home to Bindweed Press, who printed many of the iconic 60's & 70's love generation posters for Bill Graham, the Fillmore, etc, including posters for the Grateful Dead among others. One of those presses is now housed in the printing museum in San Jose. I'm a photographer artist and booking my space helps to support the work I do. The photography on the walls is mine, the animals are real, and the art changes often so you may or may not see what's in the photos.
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