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Preview Yves Behar’s New Project in Pacific Heights

Rented office space has never been so elegant!

BY Damion Matthews - August 11, 2016


Co-working spaces are in profusion these days in major metropolitan areas such as New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, and LA., but non are as beautifully designed and in a better neighborhood that the upcoming Canopy space in Pacific Heights.

Co-working spaces are in profusion these days in major metropolitan areas such as New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, and LA. Canopy will be a premium offering in this upcoming and contemporary working segment. This collaborative office company is the brainchild of renowned designer Yves Béhar, in partnership with businessmen Amir Mortazavi and Steve Mohebi. Yves is an idiosyncratic voice in the design world. It might not be the perfect haven for writers but it is just right for independent professionals who prefer co-working spaces to renting out individual office spaces. It is made to cater to financially-cushioned professionals who appreciate luxury, modern amenities and art. The space called canopy is based in the posh area of San Francisco, Pacific Heights. It is primarily filled with residences, as well as restaurants, boutiques and coffee shops. The place is in a big need of co-working spaces. Workers in the primarily residential area usually have to rely on long commutes to business parks in the city.

Located at 2193 Fillmore, next to Jane, Canopy is the brainchild of renowned designer Yves Béhar, in partnership with developer Amir Mortazavi and businessman Steve Mohebi, and will fill a need in the neighborhood, where there are no co-working spaces, and where residents usually have to fight through traffic to get across the City for work.

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Canopy might not be the perfect haven for writers, but it is just right for independent professionals who prefer co-working spaces to renting out individual offices. It is a great option for professionals who appreciate luxury, modern amenities and art.

All of the office furniture is from Herman Miller, Heath Ceramics, Joe Colombo, Alexander Girard, Stilnovo and Don Chadwick.

The space will have a sophisticated membership program and concierge-style amenities, with fees starting at $650 per month for a shared spot at a table, to $4,000 per month for a private office. It’s expected to launch in September, with space for just 40 members.



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