Are you looking for a workspace? A meeting place? Tired of trying to run your business from the dining room table? Welcome to Firework!
Firework is a collection of offices, workspaces, and meeting spaces located atop the Healy Building, home to the Siren’s Song in Old Town. Go around to the left of the building to access the entrance. There is an ELEVATOR, relatively rare in Old Town, and the views from Firework are spectacular. If I were to rent there I would have to arrange my furniture so that I couldn’t see out the window because just in the short time I was there I got very involved in watching the birds on the roof of the building opposite.
The space is simply beautiful- lots of light and polished floors. There is a group workspace where several people can work independently at the same time, with headphones. There are cleverly designed “phone booths” where you can have a private conversation and there are two kitchens. They offer different levels of membership to suit your needs. There is 24-hour access and if there’s a better location in Eureka, I haven’t seen it.
Like many good ideas, Firework was born of necessity. Mark Sullivan, who owns Firework with his wife, Kiva, is a telecommuter who does marketing for a firm in Atlanta. Check out their gorgeous website and get ready to move, but hurry. Their spaces are about half occupied already. Here’s a link to the Times-Standard coverage of their recent ribbon-cutting.