We are a San Francisco based non-profit arts organization that has been running for over 50 years. Our gathering space, Suite 306, is located on the third floor of an historic work space in downtown SF. This 1500 sqft space fits up to 120 people standing, 80 seated, and is great for everything from workshops to classes to meetups to small events. Located one block from the Moscone Center and Powell Street Station for BART/Muni. Parking Garages also located across the street. The rental price includes a staff A/V technician to assist you throughout your event, along with the following equipment: - Sound system, mics, video projector - 80+ chairs - 4 x 10-foot long tables & 7 x 6ft long tables - Table cloths - Complimentary Wi-Fi Availability Mon-Fri: 6pm-11pm Sat/Sun: 8am - 11pm
All rentals should include time for both set up and break down/clean up. A staff member will be present to assist with setup and A/V needs, but the space will not be prepared before your reservation so please schedule your time accordingly! The space should be left clean and in the same arrangement/condition as you found it. We do not supply food or beverages, but you are welcome to bring your own. Light food and drinks are allowed at no additional fee, but full catering services may be charged a janitorial fee .
The space was great for a theater-style setup and Ashley & the team were very helpful. It is tough to find like others said because of the maze up the stairs - and checking in at the security desk can be a blocking point - but the room itself worked well.
Super clean and nice. There was staff on-site the whole time to help out with any questions or AV issues. There were plenty of cleaning supplies and whatnot for the end of the night. We were able to blast music and party hard without any complaints which was amazing. Only tricky part is the maze of hallways to get to the event space - but since it was a Halloween event, it was kind of funny watching our guests get a little creeped out as we led them through hallways :) Overall, very accommodating!
The space was great. The toughest part was getting from the front door of the building to the space (it takes navigating several corridors). But the host did a great job providing signage to lead visitors from the front door to the space, so this wasn't a problem.