Collective Agency is a cooperatively managed shared work space in Old Town, Portland, with an emphasis on community and being around people that are passionate about what they are working on from all different industries.
Membership: Our membership is similar to a gym membership. Members pay a monthly membership fee to be a part of a vibrant professional community and to have 24/7 access to the loft space equipped with all of the amenities of a professional office. Rates are $250 per month for a flexible desk, and $375 for a reserved desk. You can find more information on membership at our website: http://collectiveagency.co/membership/
Meetings: We rent our space for meetings and events to members and non-members. We have five conference rooms that can accommodate up to 16 people available for rent at $55/hr.
We rent our main loft space for events of up to 125 people on evenings after 5pm and on weekends. Rates are $125/hr for up to 45 people, or $225/hr for up to 125 people.
For all of our rentals we provide projectors,conference call phones, and all of the necessary professional amenities at no extra cost. Here is the best place to find out more information about meeting and event space: http://collectiveagency.co/meetings/
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