To catalyze local ideas, local talent, and local capital in
Santa Cruz to create products, services, and solutions
for the global marketplace.
|101 Cooper Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060-4526|
|(Directly across the street from the Octagon Building)|
|24 / 7|
|(How much initially? Per year? Total?)|
|Jeremy Neuner, Ryan Coonerty, Caleb Baskin|
|Jeremy Neuner, CEO|
|June 2008 - NextSpace founded|
|October 2008 - NextSpace opened downtown|
|Cash, check, credit card|
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NextSpace is a coworking space Downtown.
2010-02-12 15:21:56 NextSpace seems to be taking a particularly strong attitude towards a variety of people who hang out Downtown. In an article about street people, published in the Santa Cruz Sentinel on 2/12/10 (http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/localnews/ci_14387709), NextSpace's CEO Jeremy Neuner is quoted during the following passage: "I'm not particularly interested in people's civil rights right now," said Neuner, saying that Santa Cruz has become too tolerant of vagrancy. "Sometimes we have to break sacred cows." —AlexDarocy