The Satellite Centers Opens New Flexible Office Space on Historic Murphy Avenue in Sunnyvale
Another convenient downtown location added to The Satellite network.
Sunnyvale, Calif., Nov 1, 2015 – The Satellite Centers has opened its fifth cowork and flexible office space center in downtown Sunnyvale in the Historic Del Monte Building overlooking bustling Murphy Avenue and the Sunnyvale Train Station.
The Satellite is designed for people needing convenient drop-in cowork space, meeting space, a professional office, or an occasional or full-time workspace — with or without a long-term commitment. Satellite members include consultants, home-based business owners, telecommuters and start-ups that need a comfortable, connected, convenient place to work, with a community of other professionals.
“Sunnyvale is the center of the Silicon Valley, a community of entrepreneurs and tech savvy people. Our new space gives them the opportunity to get out of the house and work among peers in a professional, relaxed environment,” said Satellite CEO Barbara Sprenger. “We give people the opportunity to work close to home without the sense of isolation or distractions that come with working at home.”
The Satellite Centers opened its first location in Felton in 2009, expanded to Scotts Valley in 2011 and opened its third and fourth locations in Santa Monica and Los Gatos in 2012 and 2013. The Satellite Sunnyvale, at 100 S. Murphy Ave. is across the street from the Sunnyvale Train Station and is steps away from restaurants and specialty shops.
“We’ve combined the best elements of a coworking space with a comfortable, professional office design that reflects the character and community of Sunnyvale,” Sprenger said. “The Satellite’s flexible workspace and services can launch the next big startup, or accommodate a one-to-one business meeting equally well. Our goal is to enhance the local community.”
The Sunnyvale facility includes offices, workstations, cafe workspace, meeting rooms, mail and phone services, virtual office plans, and state-of-the-art business equipment. Members have 24/7 access to the Satellite through Satellite’s proprietary access and automation system, with plans ranging from hourly to daily to monthly. The Satellite is available for community groups, author readings, classes, seminars, and group meetings on evenings and weekends.