SF Nightowls @ WeWork

  • May 1, 2012 · 8:00 PM

Biggest. Nightowls. Ever. That's what the front page of the San Francisco Chronicle will say Wednesday morning. I mean, probably.

Come rock your socks off to the sounds of people happily coworking, munching on tasty food, and drinking official coworking sauce.

WeWork is both sponsoring and hosting us in their large and lovely space. It's brand-spanking new, and we want you to help us warm it up in style.

About Us

SF Nightowls is a late night coworking group.   Bring your laptop, notepad, and whatever else you need to work on your current project. Whether you're finishing the latest New York Times Bestseller, editing photos and video from the event you shot, or building the next Google, we're all in this together!

About WeWork

Starting just two years ago in New York City, WeWork has grown from a concept in late 2009 to six buildings and nearly 2000 members in early 2012. But our hunger for building great spaces and connecting interesting people hasn't yet begun to be satisfied. We are just getting started.

Our mission is to create environments that support creativity, collaboration and innovation. In addition to satisfying our members’ practical needs, to empower and inspire them to grow - personally and financially.




 

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  • James B.

    This is a great event that's building community in San Francisco. If you're creative, techie, or social with a nocturnal bent, this SF Nightowls is worth checking out. There's free pizza and beer, too.

    May 2, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Was a blast having a bunch of people working on projects all together at the same time.

    May 2, 2012

  • Kisha M R.

    Awesome space & people. Thanks Kaitlin!

    May 2, 2012

  • Lumen S.

    Awesome group, very productive

    May 2, 2012

  • Jeffrey

    great group this time, nice and quiet, i got a lot done!

    May 2, 2012

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