Co-Working in Silicon Valley
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Health and Safety surrounding COVID-19
Since the COVID-19 outbreak, we have taken the necessary precautions to maintain a safe environment.
We have daily cleaning and extra sanitization stations in place with temperature checks at all entry points. Multiple sanitizer stations are provided throughout the building. We ask residents to keep to social distancing rules and maximum room capacities, to wear masks in populated spaces, and avoid visitors.
Sunnyvale Office Space - Facilities, Pricing & Amenities
Our office space is thoughtfully designed to provide a unique working experience in Silicon Valley.
We offer a variety of fully furnished spaces, from private offices with glass walls to communal workspace desks. On-site amenities include a diverse dine-in cafeteria, full service café, 2-story spacious patio, private phone booths, and dozens of meeting rooms.
Your team will discover not only a workplace, but a community to connect and inspire new ideas.
- 26 fully-equipped conference rooms
- Front desk services
- Electric vehicle chargers & Free parking
- Shower rooms & Maternity nursing facilities
- Relaxing outdoor patio areas
- SOC II compliant full-service data center
- State-of-the-art telephony services
- On-site cafeteria & specialty coffee shop
- WiFi included
- 24/7 secured building access
‘There is no other place like Plug and Play for most startups. I love the energy, people, and the spontaneity of bumping into other entrepreneurs, potential partners, and investors.’
Redwood City Office Space - Amenities & Pricing
- Front Desk Services
- Conference Rooms (Plug and Play)
- Free Parking
- Printer & Copy machine
- Filtered Water Machine, Coffee & Tea
- Kitchen & Kitchenette
- Highspeed Wifi
- Expert Managed IT Services
- 24/7 Secured building access
The Lucky Building, owned by Saeed Amidi, hosted companies such as Google or PayPal.
Palo Alto Office Space - Lucky Building Pricing
The Lucky Building
Three decades ago, Plug and Play's CEO and Founder Saeed Amidi, bought 165 University Avenue, in Palo Alto.
The place came to be known as "The Lucky Building", after hosting companies like Google and PayPal.
It was through tenants of that building that Amidi learned the technology world, and that's how Plug and Play started.