Co-Op Workspace in East Passyunk Offering Promotion

South Philly Co–Op Workspace opened last fall in the East Passyunk neighborhood of South Philadelphia. The space is located at 1738 South Pierce Street on the corners of 11th and Pierce. Their website reads,”The South Philadelphia Co-Op Workspace is a shared office space in the East Passyunk neighborhood of South Philadelphia. We offer affordable work spaces, networking opportunities, free wi-fi, and conference room access.” It looks like founding members Terence Buckley and Ian Toner will be using the space for their respective small businesses, Buckley Small Business Solutions and Toner Architects. The first of it’s kind in the neighborhood, membership for the space may not be too high.

South Philadelphia Co-Op Workspace

We loves the look it’s and think that this offers a comfortable and cozy professional environment for the freelancer stuck at home or in local coffee shops. To attract members, the Co-Op Workspace is offering a free first month to new members as a promotional deal. We first heard about this deal through the Passyunk Post. Membership rates are the following:

Permanent Desk

  • $300/month
  • Unlimited Wi-Fi
  • Conference Room: Unlimited

3 Days per Week

  • $200/month
  • Unlimited Wi-Fi
  • Conference Room: Add $20/day if more than 3 days/week

1 Day per Week

  • $85/month
  • Unlimited Wi-Fi
  • Conference Room: Add $20/day if more than 1 day/week

Daily Rate

  • $20/day member or $25 for non
  • Unlimited Wi-Fi

South Philadelphia Co-Op Workspace

Not too shabby. We hope that business improves and memberships sells out quickly with this new promotional deal. All the above information and more can be found on their websiteLive Love Philly loves that new, unique, and exciting businesses are flocking to East Passyunk and Passyunk Square. We hope that community members near and far support these efforts.

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