Construction is complete on Hej!Workshop by Industrious, a flexible workspace in downtown San Francisco’s Mid-Market district. Ware Malcomb provided interior architecture and design services for the 45,000 square foot project, which occupies the top floor of Ingka Centres occupied by San Francisco’s first Ikea store at 945 Market St.

Ware Malcomb’s design accommodates up to 500 workers, designing 176 offices, including shared common spaces, individual glass-encased offices, larger suites, and a 60-person training room. Tenants can rent space monthly or on a longer-term lease and have access to a series of conference rooms, huddle rooms, phone rooms, full café/lounge spaces, two kitchens, and a series of all-inclusive amenities.

“Hej!Workshop by Industrious is one of the most prominent interiors projects in San Francisco over the past year and a major part of revitalization efforts in Mid-Market,” said Amber DeVine, director, interior architecture & design for Ware Malcomb. “It signifies confidence in the future of our downtown and provides a new space for startups and office-based workers offering multiple touch points and targeting an array of personas.”

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