June 25, 2013
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Content person who has just begun a startup
I live on the Eastside and parking is very frustrating and expensive and inconvenient for SURF. When you've already paid $10 to cross the bridge, another $15 for parking across the street at WF makes it very spendy so the programs have to reach a high bar to make me feel that they are worth a $25 investment plus gas and any signup costs. Also, I never know which way to go when I arrive at the SURF 'front' door, and frequently it's locked - and if I can't find someone happening past, I have to wait for someone to show up. I don't recall seeing any signs to show which direction you're meeting in each time. And it's different. I appreciate the availability of the space but it is certainly not my favorite location. I always feel like I'm camping out in someone's workspace.