Flexible office space provider offers All Access Pass memberships for work-from-home professionals
Pacific Workplaces, the San Francisco-based provider of flexible offices and coworking with 18 locations, announces that it is rolling out an All-Access Pass that gives users the opportunity to use vacant private offices or meeting rooms anytime at any of the 18 Pacific Workplaces locations.
The pass is designed for professionals that might Work-From-Home (WFH), but want to check into a private office close to home to do some concentrated work when the home environment falls short. For each booking, the user will be directed to a vacant office or meeting room available that day, which may differ each time.
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Laurent Dhollande, Pacific Workplaces CEO explained: “In this time of diminishing but still high vacancy, this is a good way for us to make our idle assets available to our members, while at the same time helping people move out of their home office when they can’t do it anymore because of the kids, the dog, the roommates, or the lack of infrastructure at home, just to name a few reasons why people use this product. We have already piloted that concept with great success and we are extending the offering to the entire portfolio.”
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Amanda Leffew, Director of Marketing for Pacific Workplaces added: “The All Access pass is one of the tools we are using to make people feel comfortable going back to the office, along with the ‘Safe Offices For Vax’d Users’ program. We want to offer our members another inexpensive option to ease their way back to their nearby office. The price for the pass is $269/month, a fraction of the cost of a dedicated private office which often exceeds $1,000/month.
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