AfterHours at theOffice

We’re in the middle of one of those unpredictable times at theOffice when we are just FULL. The roster is at capacity. Which is great because theOffice kind of works best when it’s full. There’s this great energy in the room. All you hear is the sound of light tapping on computer keys and the trickle of the fountain and you can feel that everyone’s working towards a similar goal – to get as much work done as possible (while drinking as much coffee as possible). People are putting in long hours lately, too. They sign out at the end of the day looking a little exhausted and a lot accomplished.

eb002e5e9f9311f84ca1c416da626ef2So, all of our memberships are waitlisted at the moment, except for the After Hours membership.

The AfterHours membership offers nights (starting at 5pm during the week) and unlimited weekend access. You’ll get your own personal door code so you can come and go as you please and stay into the wee hours of the night.

This membership is great for people with full time jobs, students, and night owls who find the most inspiration after the sun sets. It’s our cheapest membership, too, at $159/month. If you’re a student we’ll take an additional 20% off, a KCRW Fringe Benefits card gets you 15% off, and WGA members get 10% off. Prepay for a few months at a time and receive yet another discount.

Our member Ethan Solli, a screenwriter/night owl, relies on our AfterHours membership. He says, “I tried doing the writing at home thing and the coffee shop thing – neither cut the mustard for me, for a litany of reasons. Also, I keep really batsh*t hours, so the Office’s after-hours options are a huge plus. It is truly a one of a kind place, and it has been instrumental to my writing productivity – nay, my writing survival.

Contact us for more information on the AfterHours membership, or with any and all questions. We look forward to hearing from you!

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