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Midtown Sacramento often conjures the images of nighttime culture, good restaurants, and boutique businesses setting new trends. But what happens when your Midtown business is failing, especially in this economy?
And what if you're just starting your business, or haven't yet started an office location yourself?
A visit to Capsity Offices might be the answer for those who need to be "refueled" by working in a fun and comfortable, yet professional environment. Sac Press talked to Capsity co-founder Ricardo Robles about his business, which rents out a lively and positive location at 2123 P Street, for the community, businesses or anything else.
Capsity Offices also offers mailing address services for those who do not have a physical mailing address, as well as phone answering services.
According to Robles, Capsity "started at my partner's dining table where we were thinking about different ways to use our office space and our location," he said. "Renting out space by the hour and using the conference space was the most efficient way to do that."
Robles and his partner, Jeff Louie, first met while working at Wells Fargo. They opened a mortgage branch, and soon moved to real estate, where Capsity Offices emerged. Louie is the COO and Robles is CEO.
The daily scene in the office varies. "Every day is different," says Robles. "We have random days where people come into the office and work. We have other days where we have 10-15 people doing presentations. Most of the time there is not a dull moment."
One particularly interesting aspect of the office is the "Feel Good Button" pictured above. When pressed, the button plays "I Feel Good" by James Brown, which usually leaves a smile on people's faces. Robles said, "Our goal is to have someone walking out of the office to be happy."
*photographs courtesy of Capsity