Pasadena lies just 10 miles northeast of Los Angeles — close enough that you can hop on the Metro L Line to reach it. If you do, you’ll emerge in Old Pasadena, the city’s business district and its historic center. Here, streets are lined with well-preserved Art Deco and Spanish Colonial buildings that date back to the 1920s period revival movement.

Set between two neighborhood parks, Industrious Old Pasadena puts members within walking distance of the area’s boutiques and restaurants. Also close enough for a lunch hour visit: the Norton Simon Museum and its remarkable collection of European masterworks and Southeast Asian art.

The flexible workplace is decked out with everything members need for a great day — from a wellness room for meditation or nursing mothers to A/V-equipped conference rooms, perfect for meeting with remote and in-person colleagues simultaneously. On-site Community Managers see to members’ needs, preparing afternoon snacks, happy hours, events and activities, and more.

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The grand staircase at this multi-story location sweeps past member lounge space and a gallery wall featuring local art.
The kitchen at Industrious Old Pasadena is stocked each morning with freshly-brewed craft coffee and breakfast for members.
A convenient spot for an impromptu one-on-one.
Natural light pours into an office at Industrious Old Pasadena.
Conference rooms at Old Pasadena come with A/V equipment for presentations or hybrid meetings.