We opened our doors in March 2019 in a second-floor office on Vernon Street, just above a local coffee shop in Downtown Roseville, California. With just 2,663 square feet and four offices, we welcomed entrepreneurs, startups, professionals, and creatives to join us for coworking and collaboration in a comfortable and cozy workspace. With high-speed wifi, comfy chairs, and lots of hot coffee (and tea) we’ve quickly become a meeting space and gathering place in the heart of Placer County.
As we grow we continue to support the ingenuity and innovation of entrepreneurs and business professionals to help them achieve their dreams of growth and prosperity. Our newest locations in Roseville and Sacramento expand on this idea of becoming the center for entrepreneurship and innovation in the communities where we’re located. We look forward to growing with you.
Below are some, but not all, of the benefits members receive as part of their membership:
- Access to high-speed wireless internet throughout our space
- Access to laser printers and printing on-demand
- Use of two conference rooms (as available) for meeting
- Lockers available for storing equipment and valuables
- Break room with refrigerator, microwave, Keurig, toaster
- Complimentary coffee, tea, and water service
- Complimentary basic office supplies
- Free or discounted admission to community events held in the space
From the Sacramento Business Journal
Roseville coworking space picks Vernon Street location
By Mark Anderson – Staff Writer, Sacramento Business Journal
Mar 27, 2019, 6:48am PDT Updated Mar 27, 2019, 6:56am PDT
Roseville’s downtown Vernon Street is home to a new coworking space that opens this week.
Geoff Sakala, managing director of The Studio Coworking, got the 3,000-square-foot space in January and has made it into a combination of a shared office, private offices, and event space.
Coworking spaces typically feature rent on a month-to-month basis and serve as incubators and networking hubs for entrepreneurs to launch companies.
“I think there was a need for this in Roseville, and I know there is a demand. We get inquiries every week,” Sakala said in an interview.
Sakala has worked with and been to Sacramento’s coworking pioneers such as Capsity, Hacker Lab and The Urban Hive.
“I felt like it was the right time for Roseville to have its own space,” Sakala said, adding the space allows entrepreneurs to meet clients and also offers fast Wi-Fi and printing services.
Sakala said he picked the second-floor space in Roseville to be near restaurants, pubs, and public transportation. The location at 224 Vernon St. is just a couple of blocks from Roseville’s Amtrak station and upstairs from a local cafe, the Fig Tree Coffee, Art & Music Lounge.
“All of the coworking spaces that I’ve seen that have been successful were in the downtown centers. They are near the restaurants and transportation,” Sakala said.
The Studio Coworking has two private offices, which are both already rented, as well as shared desks that can accommodate dozens of people. There are currently 15 members.
Prices vary, including $25 for a day pass, $100 for 40 hours, or full-time with a desk for $400. Offices cost $500.
While the tenants in coworking tend to be month-to-month, Sakala said he plans to run the operation for years, and hopefully expand it.