CANOPY is a New Shared Workspace Located in San Francisco
CANOPY is a new work venue created by the renowned designer Yves Behar with co-founders Amir Mortazavi and Steve Mohebi. This new design idea is redefining the concept of the shared workspace, and is now complete and was launched last month. Its first location is San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood, and centers on the premise that where you work affects your professional and personal identity. The boutique space accommodates 45 members, where many live in the neighborhood and can now walk to work.
This neighborhood, filled with residences, as well as restaurants, boutiques and coffee shops, is an important differentiator for Canopy, explained Behar recently. All of Canopy’s future co-working locations will be in residential neighborhoods, because residents won’t have to commute to the work space.
Members are offered three contemporary workspace options, all furnished with Herman Miller products, that include shared tables for casual adopters, a personal desk with lockable storage and private bookshelves, as well as a private office for up to four people. Alternatively, members can spread out and enjoy private quarters should they so choose.
CANOPY also provides an amenities program, allowing the members to work in an environment attuned to their tech as well as to their personal needs. Business amenities range from five and eight-person conference rooms, private phone booths, expert tech support, private and secure Wi-Fi, August Smart Locks for each private office, with 24-hour access. Members will also have a private, fully stocked kitchen and catering from the Fillmore Street restaurant, Jane.
CANOPY membership is $650 monthly for a shared table for casual adopters, $1,100 for a personal desk with lockable storage and private bookshelves, and private offices for up to four people range from $2,850 to $5,500. CANOPY is located at 2193 Fillmore Street (at Sacramento Street).