Private offices / Executive Suites/ great OPEN FLOOR PLAN for hot desks. Lots of perks : wifi, coffee, access, training, mentoring and so much more! Our co-working space and office building is conveniently situated right next to downtown San Jose and future Google location, Adobe, US Bank, number of technology and financial companies and institutions, next to HWY 87 and HWY280. In walking distance from VTA, Diridon Caltrain station, SAP Arena, Children Discovery Museum, number of parks and restaurants. We offer perks such as AWS credit ( up to 15K worth), Office Max Discount, Business Services from Capital One and more once you sign up with us It's an ideal spot to start/run the business and reach out to your clients. Affordable rates, flexible terms and amenities included allow you to build successful business, make all your work done and in the same time be right in the center of hustle and bustle! Future Google Campus is right next to us, Adobe is building a second tower and so much more. Like someone once said: "this space is a "gold mine" yet to be discovered".
CO-WORKING SPACE ETIQUETTE: 1. The onsite office manager is not your personal secretary. 2. Unless in the rest area (kitchen) items are not for public consumption except the employees of that organization. 3. Don’t leave your dirty dishes in the sink. Wash them, or put them in the dishwasher 4. If you spill something – coffee, tea, whatever – clean it up. Be respectful of the space. 5. Please be mindful of others when on the phone. Noise travels in the building. Keep it down, close your door, or step outside. Most spaces have ‘phone’ booths. Use them. 6. If the coffee urn is empty, make more. Making sure that there’s freshly made coffee available is not someone’s job – it’s everyone’s job if you are consuming it. 7. Don’t slam doors. 8. Flush the toilet once you’ve finished. If you don’t want to wash your hands, that’s up to you, but seriously, flush. Also, men or those lifting the seat, please have courtesy to put the seat down when you have finished as the restrooms are unisex. 9. Fill the printer with paper if it’s out. Especially if you’re the one responsible for it being out of paper. 10. Don’t eat someone else’s food or drink their beverages that you happened to ‘find’ in the refrigerator. 11. Please label for food or beverages in the shared refrigerator. 12. Throw out the leftovers from that lunch you had last week. You’re not going to finish it, it’s taking up space, and penicillin is no longer effective, anyway. 13. If the TV/monitor in the conference room isn’t working, check to see if it’s plugged in before you interrupt the office manager/tech support. Same for the printer and the fax. 14. Remember that Happy Hours generally start after working hours. Don’t start getting raucous mid-afternoon, just because it’s after working hours for your outsourced tech team. 15. Keep the ringer on your cell phone at a non-disruptive level. 16. If you’re at a shared table, contain your mess. Do not spread your stuff out across the entire table. 17. Don’t take three seats at the shared table when you’ve only rented one. 18. Don’t take chairs from the conference room. 19. Don’t squat in the conference room, especially if you know that someone else has booked it. 20. Break down your own boxes. 21. Don’t take someone else’s personal coffee cup. Or anything else that doesn’t belong to you, or is there for communal use. The operative being communal. 22. Remove your food from the microwave when it’s finished. And remember that that table is there to be shared, too. 23. If you spill something on the kitchen counter or on the table, after you’ve had your lunch, clean it up. That’s what the sponge is there for. It’s by the sink. Yup, that’s it. 24. You know those signs that are posted? ‘Recycle,’ ‘The Refrigerator Will Be Cleaned Out on Friday – Please Remove Your Food.’ Yup, they apply to you, too. 25. It’s someone in your company’s birthday and you bought a big cake. Happy birthday, someone! Don’t toss other people’s food from the refrigerator to make room for the cake, et al. Rearrange the items. There’s more room in there than you think and yes, you are allowed to toss non CDC-sanctioned science projects. In fact, thank you! 26. When a friend stops by and you decide to have a natter, go out for coffee, or move the conversation to the kitchen. People around you are trying to work and aren’t really interested in your conversation. Seriously. 27. Don’t readjust the temperature to suit you. Bring a sweater. Or take your sweater off. 28. The main take-away: Please be respectful of the space, and others around you. This is a co-working space and needs to be shared and enjoyed by all.