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Re: [PhillyPUG] Space suggestions for BuLogics?

From: Tom P.
Sent on: Thursday, January 24, 2013 8:42 PM
Hi Spencer,

For the temporary solution (2 - 3 months), you may want to check out the NextFab Studio:­ I have two engineers (one of them is me) currently working out of the space. If you want to come down to check it out, let me know and I'd be happy to show you around. I could also line up a meeting for you to speak with Evan or Ross.

For the more long-term scenario, I suggest checking out the Navy Yard. I had my previous company down there for about 6 years. It is a more campus-like environment with some very unique buildings/architectu­re suitable for all kinds of companies (we did robotics). They could certainly accommodate your growth. I still have contacts at PIDC down there with whom I could put you in touch. Just let me know.

Good luck.


On Jan 24, 2013, at 8:04 PM, Spencer Russell wrote:

> Hey PUG,
> My company (BuLogics) is looking for a new home or temporary workspace. We're interested in moving back from the suburbs to the warm bosom of Philly proper (as most of us are paying the wage tax anyways).
> Does anyone have any good leads? We're a 10-person company with 5.5 engineers. We do a lot of embedded development so we have lots of nifty toys(oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, etc), if that's attractive. We do C for the embedded stuff and use Python extensively in our build tools, for code generation, and also for all our web services.
> Long-term we're definitely looking for somewhere we'll have space to grow, but we're also interested in something more temporary in the short term (~2 months, perhaps).
> To make this more python-related, I will personally write something fun in Python for anyone who ends up suggesting a space we move into! It might make sound, and will most likely involve ASCII animation.
> Thanks for any tips!
> -spencer
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