Co-working space now available!

 

When our nonprofit was ready to find a permanent home, we spent months looking for the right office environment in Berkeley. In the end, we found great landlords and an amazing location - so we worked out a long-term lease and hired a professional designer to heavily renovate the space in order to create something special that we can grow into over many years.

Now, we want to share that space with you!

Unlike commercial co-working spaces, we aren’t looking to maximize profits. We’re just looking to provide space for Berkeley-area professionals and entrepreneurs working to create a better world.

Fill out an information form here (takes <1 min) to schedule a tour, or email alex.mooney@organpreservationalliance.org for more information.

Work in a large, flexible, beautiful office space…

 

Click here to learn about our available private office or here for information on personal furnished work spaces. Office amenities:

  • 24/7 access

  • Free access to our call room, conference room, lounge, dining area, kitchenette, and other nooks

  • Safety and privacy: personal (locked) storage space available, secure entry, and round-the-clock video surveillance

  • Mail service

  • Free printing and copying

  • Free coffee and tea

  • A sense of community

  • Talk with us about options for pets!

 
 

…In the best neighborhood in Berkeley

 

Great places to eat, caffeinate, and recharge: We’re across the street from Whole Foods and Philz Coffee and ~1 block from Walgreens, Chipotle,  Sanctuary Bistro, La Calle 10, Funky Elephant, and other restaurants

Quick shopping for office supplies: We’re right across the street from a full-service Office Depot with print and mail services

After hours entertainment: Blocks away from multiple breweries, wineries, and concert venues

Easy access to the rest of Berkeley: We’re a 1 minute walk from bus access to Downtown Berkeley, BART, and other locations, and a ~10 minute walk from the restaurants, coffee shops, stores and fitness centers of the Fourth Street Shopping Area.

Easily drive, bike, bus, or walk to work: There’s ample free parking within 2 blocks of the building (we’ve never had trouble finding a spot). The area is extremely pedestrian-friendly, and we can accommodate bikes in our storage area.

Surrounding East Bay residents: We’re a 1 minute drive from I-80 and I-580

Click here for a map of our surroundings and common travel times!

 

Fill out an information form here (takes <1 min) to schedule a tour, or email alex.mooney@organpreservationalliance.org for more information.

 

Interested in a private space with room enough for 4 (or more!) people? Click here to learn more about our private offices.

For your own dedicated space with a more social feel, click here to learn more about our personal furnished work spaces.

Our neighborhood

 

Walk to: Whole foods, coffee shops, restaurants, breweries, wineries, and concert venues (1-2 min)

Walk to: Fourth street shopping area (10-12 minutes)

Bike to: North Berkeley BART (10 minutes)

Bike to: Downtown Berkeley (15-20 minutes)

Bus to: North Berkeley BART (10 minutes)

Bus to: Downtown Berkeley (20-25 minutes)

Drive to: Rockridge BART (20 minutes)

Drive to: El Cerrito BART (5-10 minutes)

Drive to: Richmond (10 minutes)

Drive to: Oakland (15-20 minutes)

 
 

What’s next?

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Check out the available private office

Learn more about the dedicated desk space

Interested in joining us? Fill out an information form here (takes <1 min) to schedule a tour, or email alex.mooney@organpreservationalliance.org for more information.

 

We're hoping to leverage our extra office space to help local entrepreneurs, non-profits and change-makers create a better world, thereby achieving our own mission to advance human well-being. All revenue will go toward mission-driven programs like building community consensus and supporting large-scale scientific research efforts (more on our activities here). Our annual report is freely available, email alex.mooney@organpreservationalliance.org for a copy.