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Canopy, an upscale, profitable developer of co-working spaces, has expanded its footprint in San Francisco to a third location on the heels of a strategic financing round.
Co-founded by the product designer Yves Behar; the second generation design-build developer Amir Mortazavi; and serial entrepreneur and medical office space developer Steve Mohebi, Canopy bills itself as a better-designed WeWork for high-powered adults (or aspiring high-powered adults).
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The company opened its latest office space in the financial district of San Francisco and has plans to double its . Jackson Square location with a new penthouse space.
Investors in the round were culled from Canopy members and a few institutional investment funds including: Structure Capital, Montage Ventures, Graph Ventures and individuals like Erik Blachford, the former chief executive of Expedia, Mark PIncus, the former chief executive of Zynga, and Spencer Raskoff the co-founder of Zillow.
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Canopy’s latest office will be at 353 Kearny Street and Pine. The ground floor will house a retail store in partnership with Monocle Magazine ad contain 32 offices suitable for everyone from one person shops to larger teams of ten.
Like all of its offices, Canopy’s new building will be kitted out with Herman...
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