About this listing
Shared house for startups in Palo Alto. Our co-working community was designed to help inspire, develop, pivot and share your ideas. Use our spacious refuge to ignite your creativity. Relax and refocus in the quiet and peaceful park behind our house
Live in shared rooms or a private room, our spacious home is always in flux, so please let us know your preference ahead of time so we can reserve accommodations.
The house is fully accessible for all guests. There is community food and snacks in the fridge and on the table for all to share. We have a shared kitchen as well.
Interaction with Guests
We live on the premises as well, so we are available to help with directions, the occasional shared ride, and unexpected emergencies.
Our home is on a park, so guests have direct access to wonderfully peaceful and serene open spaces for meditation and recovery. The house is safe and quiet on tree lined streets. There are sidewalks and bike lanes for riding nearby.
Other Things to Note
You are welcome to bring your own food and supplies, but the refrigerators get full quick, so please organize accordingly. There is a very friendly and happy but smallish dog on the premises, but he does live outside and will not bother you.
1. Quiet time is 9PM. You may work into the late night, but conversations must be in whispers after 9.
2. Label your food and supplies so others don't accidentally use it. If it's not labeled, it's shared.
3. Do not feed the dog or let him in the house. He has been trained to live and enjoy the yard.
4. Check in time is from 3:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Please ask for late arrival.
We only accept entrepreneurs working in their startups, so please provide a description of you and your entrepreneurial spirit in a personal message.
The basic guidelines are to use common sense, respect others while they are working or sleeping and clean after yourself, we really want a clean space for everyone to enjoy.
smoke far away from the building (non smoking building)
clean your dishes right away
be conscientious of morning and late night bathroom usage
try not to snooze your alarm