Geek Offices remains open, offering socially distanced coworking during the ongoing pandemic. Unlike many coworking spaces with open floor plans and communal tables, we provide dedicated, partitioned, 8 x 8 cubicles and private offices with physical distancing built in.
If you are looking for a place to work safely, we’ve got you covered.
Geek Offices offers a mix of dedicated and private workspaces without a long term lease. It’s perfect for startups, independent professionals, small businesses and not-for-profit companies. Call us at 617-453-0750 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a virtual or in-person tour.
We were talking with one of our newest members recently and he remarked how much he liked Geek Offices’s coworking space. He had tried a few other coworking spaces in Cambridge and, as someone in his late 30s simply looking for a place to work, he felt he’d aged out of the hype and buzz that came with many of the area’s other coworking spaces. He said he was really just looking for “a place to work without a lot of extra stuff going on.”
Here at GeekOffices we offer workspace, pure and simple. Sure we include all of the standard office space requirements; wifi, printers, a kitchen, coffee, mail service, parking, and commuter showers.
What you won’t find here is a taproom or foosball table. We don’t provide snacks but can point you to a vending machine down the hall or a convenience store around the corner. Ask us to cater your lunch and we’ll likely chuckle, then point you to one of several dozen independent, award winning restaurants in our Inman Square neighborhood. Wondering where our weight room, climbing wall, or yoga classes are? We’ll let you know when we find them.
Interested in speaking with our “experience manager”? You’re out of luck. We’ll sign for your packages when you aren’t around, we’ll even host a party or two each year, but otherwise the experience you have at Geek Offices is largely what you make of it.
Practice Space & Tim Devin (author of “Mapping out utopia: 1970s Boston-area counterculture“) will be leading a “counterculture walking tour” in and around Inman Square on Sunday Nov. 3 from 1 PM – 2:30 PM.
Devin, a local librarian and expert on the Boston-area counterculture of the 1970s, gave a similar tour earlier this fall and (having missed the first go-around) we’ve been anxiously awaiting this follow-up.
“In the 60s and 70s, the Boston area was one of the focal points of the counterculture–with Inman Square as one of its hubs,” Devin writes.
The tour will highlight a dozen or so locations in Inman, ranging from “the Trout Fishing in America alternative school to the Mass. Feminist Credit Union.” We’re curious to hear what was happening at 1035 Cambridge St. (the former A.R. Hyde Shoe Factory, now Geek Offices coworking space) at the time.
The tour departs at 1 PM from Practice Space, (1307 Cambridge St., Cambridge) on Sunday Nov. 3. The tour is free. Families and kids are welcome.
GeekOffices coworking space has three private offices from $700/month for one individual to $1250/month for two people now available in Cambridge’s Inman Square. Offices range in size from 11′ x 11′ to 17′ x 20′. Cubicles are available for additional coworking members at $175 per person up to a total of five individuals.
Geek Offices is a coworking space offering all the amenities of a professional, furnished office, with none of the overhead. Compare Geek Offices to the prices of other startup and incubator or coworking spaces in Boston and Cambridge and you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the value our coworking space offers.