Hub San Francisco
At the San Francisco Chronicle Building – one block from the Powell St BART station – you will find 2 floors, totaling 20,000 sq/ft of collaborative workspace. The space features an art gallery curated by Intersection for the Arts along with several meeting rooms, large event spaces, two full kitchens/cafés, and more than 125 work stations. The space also holds 20 private offices held by social enterprises, including Universal Giving, New Media Ventures, Exponent Partners, World Corps, B Lab, Beyond 12, Schaffer & Combs, Triple Pundit and more.
HUB San Francisco, Intersection for the Arts , and Tech Shop are joining forces at our location at 5th and Mission to create a San Francisco home called the 5M Projct. Together, we combine a work place and toolset for changemakers, an integrated arts incubator, and a fully equipped community workshop. The goal is simple – help individuals and enterprises reach their goals faster, surrounded by a community that makes everyone smarter and more effective.
HUB Berkeley is a 2,000 sq/ft space for members to convene on the top floor of the David Brower Center - one of the Bay Area's most advanced green buildings. Exceeding LEED Platinum certification standards, the Brower Center is also home to a large art gallery and more than 30 enterprises dedicated to social and environmental impact, including Earth Island Institute, International Rivers, Colors of Change, and the amazing Gather Restaurant. Together, HUB Berkeley and its peer organizations are forming a destination for changemakers to move the needle.
Our LEED certified space uses only natural light during the day and was built sustainability in mind - featuring Plyboo bamboo surfaces, Icestone countertops, and Interface carpet. The space also features a full kitchen/cafe, meeting rooms with writeable glass surfaces, and more than 30 work spaces for members to conspire, collaborate, and build their ideas for change. As the first US location, this warm space continues to fuel idea collisions around the Bay Area.