ATASCADERO — Bridgeworks Coworking is inviting local residents to explore its space. The Atascadero Chamber of Commerce expanded Bridgeworks last year to meet the increasing demand for a professional work environment and a range of amenities.

“Bridgeworks is truly becoming a place for our community,” shared Josh Cross, President and CEO of the Atascadero Chamber of Commerce. Besides providing a workspace for businesses, Bridgeworks has evolved into a versatile venue hosting piano recitals, community organization meetings, art shows, parties, client meetings, and chamber mixers. Cross encourages community members to tour the space and discover how it can be used for their next event or meeting.

The primary goal of Bridgeworks, a partnership between the Chamber, City of Atascadero, and Pacific Premier Bank, is to bridge the gap between people and the essential resources needed to thrive in business. The space offers 24-hour access, well-equipped conference rooms, high-speed internet, secure Wi-Fi, printing facilities, a breakroom, a kitchen, a physical mailing address, professional workshops, ample parking, utilities, premium coffee, filtered water, and convenient proximity to downtown Atascadero.


Daniel Armendariz, office manager for Tidemark Financial Partners, praised Bridgeworks for combining the comforts and convenience of a large office space with the personalized touch of individual workspaces. With its numerous work areas and amenities like snacks, Bridgeworks provides an ideal environment to focus and tackle the day’s tasks effectively.

Act quickly to secure one of the last remaining coworking desks, or join the waitlist for upcoming availability. There are still plenty of day use desks available for flexible working arrangements.

For more information or to inquire about private office options, interested individuals can reach out to the Atascadero Chamber at (805) 466-2044. Discover more about Bridgeworks and join the waiting list by visiting their website at