Coworking Office Space

Seven13 is located on the street level of Oak Street in the former Umpqua Hotel. The space was remodeled in the Summer of 2016 with new lighting, flooring and paint. Our business is a graphic design studio with room for other creative entrepreneurs or remote workers tired of staying motivated at home. Great space for writers, photographers, small business owners and more! It’s an exciting and unique space with an open-concept coworking environment.

We offer memberships to use the Seven13 coworking office space and all the amenities. It’s kind of like a gym, but without the smell of BO and grunting meatheads.

  • 1800 sq. ft. office with 2 huge windows with great lighting
  • Free secure wifi through out the office
  • Full time work stations (no packing up at the end of the day)
  • Kitchenette with mini fridge, coffee maker, microwave
  • Vintage soda machine stocked with water, cold sodas and frosty beverages
  • Lounge area with couch, chairs and coffee table
  • Walking distance to numerous local shops, restaurants, cafes, markets, etc.
  • Use of the business address to send and receive mail
  • Projector, TV, Apple TV and printer available for use
  • Storage and locker options
  • Downtown parking across the street (parking permit not included)
  • Handicap accessible entrance

Membership

$CALL/today

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Ready to Join?

Send us your information and we can arrange a meetup. We want you to really enjoy coming to work everyday! This will give you an opportunity to meet us, and for us to learn about you.

Let’s create something great!

Legal Mumbo Jumbo

What is this? This is our Member Agreement, or basically, what members of Seven13 agree to when they use our space. It’s both legal information and goes over some of the ground rules. You can look this over, but we’ll have you sign a printed version if you want to join.

All members agree to:

1. Conduct

Behave well and treat others the way you would want to be treated. Keep in mind that people who are annoyed or offended may not tell you so directly, but instead engage less with Seven13, which hurts everybody.

At the founders’ discretion, or upon notice from other members, disruptive or abusive language or behavior will result in a warning and a mark against your membership (a “strike”). On the third strike, your membership will be revoked. Your membership may be revoked prior to the third strike upon the sole discretion of the co-founders.

These are the general rules we ask you to abide by:

Indoor voice. We are all trying to get work done, so try to be mindful and respectful of others’ attention and time. Generally, if someone has their headphones on, please respect their privacy (that’s the most important rule we have). Seven13 is not a library, and collaboration is encouraged, but this is a workplace, first and foremost.
Harassment. Please read our Anti-Harassment Policy. We have zero tolerance for harassing our members or guests of Seven13. Members or guests violating the Anti-Harrassment Policy will be sanctioned or expelled from the space or the event at the discretion of the co-founders.
Guests. Feel free to invite friends or guests for lunch, a quick meeting, or just to say hello. However, if your guest is going to be here for more than an hour we would ask that they pay for a daily pass. Guests are required to adhere to the Rules of Seven13.
Desk use. Desks spaces at Seven13 are assigned to each member and you are welcome to leave personal items out, but we are not responsible for missing possessions. We have lockers available to store valuables.
Refrigerator. The refrigerator is primarily for storing that day’s food, beverages, and some occasional leftovers from events. As a general policy, food that is older than one week and taking up space will be thrown out. Containers or food left in the refrigerator may be thrown out at any time at the discretion of the founder. Please label your food to avoid confusion.
Alcohol policy. It is fine to relax with a drink, but we do not tolerate intoxication at the space. Be mindful, too, that your “quitting time” does not match up with everybody else’s schedule.
Overnight use. We understand that our members may need to pull a late night of work every now and again. However, under no circumstances is sleeping at the space overnight allowed.
Heat & air conditioning. We set the heat and air conditioning on a schedule that makes sense for most people. Please do not adjust the temperature. If the heat or air conditioning do not seem to be working, please notify the Seven13 founder.
Locking up. It is your responsibility to lock all doors and windows if you are the last one in the office to leave. We have large windows that look in on our members’ gear and our supplies. Do not do anything to allow the doors to be unlocked for any notable length of time. If you have troubles locking the doors or windows when you leave the space, it is your duty to notify the Seven13 founder of the situation.

Seven13 is a positive, creative place and we encourage participation amongst members. We meet once a month to discuss business updates, get feedback and set goals. Other events will vary throughout the year and hope you will be involved.
We will do our best to notify members of changes in the rules, work space layout and this agreement. An up-to-date copy of this agreement available whenever requested.
We collect fees for monthly memberships through automatic credit card billing or in-person payments (check, cash, credit card). Payment processing fees are applied to the total. Membership payments are due on the 25th with a grace period until the end of the month. Nonpayment after the 1st of the month will result in revoking your membership. All services are paid up front; Seven13 cannot maintain a “tab” for you. If you believe you have been billed in error, you should contact the founders before disputing the charge with your card company (they are usually easy to solve).
See section 1. Conduct for reference to what actions could lead to termination of your Seven13 membership. Beyond those day-to-day rules, you agree not to use Seven13 for any purpose that is unlawful, prohibited, or that could damage, disable or impair any of the Seven13 property, or keep other members from using the Seven13 resources, or that would hurt Seven13 as an ongoing business. This also means you won’t attempt to gain access to any computer systems or networks of Seven13 (beyond general web access), or attempt to obtain any materials or information not intentionally made available to all Seven13 members. If you attempt to do any of these bad things, then forget about the three strikes under Rules of Seven13 No. 1, as your membership may be terminated immediately with notice from Seven13.
You also agree not to use Seven13 in connection with:

Contests, pyramid schemes, chain letters, junk email, spamming or similar annoying behavior; b. Defaming, abusing, harassing, threatening or otherwise violating the legal rights (such as privacy and publicity) of others; c. Posting, distributing or disseminating inappropriate, profane, defamatory, obscene, indecent, or unlawful material or information; d. Uploading, reproducing, using, performing or otherwise making available, images, software or other material or information which infringes another’s rights, or is protected by intellectual property laws where you don’t own or license such rights; and e. Uploading or using files that contain viruses, corrupted files, or any other similar software or programs that may damage the computers or property of Seven13 or another member.

You acknowledge that during your membership in Seven13, you are going to be exposed to Seven13 Confidences. “Seven13” Confidences” means information (such as business information, trade secrets, technology, customers and prospects, and other secret stuff) disclosed by Seven13 or by other members of Seven13 (including through your keen observation) that is confidential or proprietary in nature and simply just not known by others. It’s plain and simple – you agree to keep confidential and not to disclose or use Seven13 Confidences, you understand that they remain the exclusive property of whomever disclosed them, and you don’t acquire any rights to such Seven13 Confidences.
Please don’t make defamatory or disparaging comments about Seven13 or other members. Frankly, if you don’t have anything good to say, then keep it to yourself or let us know about it. We can probably fix it or at least talk about it.
Neither Seven13 nor its members will assume any liability to you with respect to your access to, participation in, use of Seven13 or Seven13 Services, or any loss of information or other property resulting from such participation or use. Basically, if you leave stuff here and it disappears, we are not liable (but we will certainly look into how it happened and work to prevent such losses).

Seven13 will not assume liability for damages or injuries to clients, guests, or other parties that members may invite to the Seven13 space. We suggest you talk with your insurance agent about a general liability policy, if this is of particular concern.

10. Disclaimer

Legal types ask that the following sections be CAPITALIZED, which means you’re really supposed to pay attention (frankly, you’re supposed to pay attention to ALL these Rules of Seven13). Here goes:

Seven13 PROVIDES Seven13 SERVICES “AS IS” AS A SERVICE AND NOT AS A LEASE OF REAL PROPERTY, AND DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW. OH YEAH, THERE IS ALSO NO WARRANTY OF TITLE, QUIET ENJOYMENT OR POSSESSION. THE ENTIRE RISK OF PARTICIPATING IN OR USING Seven13 SERVICES, REMAINS WITH YOU. THAT’S USUALLY THE DEAL, YOU KNOW?
IN NO EVENT SHALL Seven13 OR ITS AGENTS, OWNERS, MEMBERS, OR EMPLOYEES BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS, LOSS OF CONFIDENTIAL OR OTHER INFORMATION, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, PERSONAL INJURY, LOSS OF PRIVACY, FAILURE TO MEET ANY DUTY (INCLUDING OF GOOD FAITH OR OF REASONABLE CARE), NEGLIGENCE, AND ANY OTHER LOSS) ARISING OUT OF OR IN ANY WAY RELATED TO Seven13 SERVICES OR OTHERWISE, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW.

11. Indemnification

Besides all that CAPITALIZED stuff in 11. Disclaimer, you also release, and agree to indemnify, defend and save harmless Seven13, its agents, owners, members and employees, from and against all claims, liabilities, losses, damages, expenses, judgments, fines and penalties based on or arising out of your negligent actions, errors and omissions, willful misconduct or fraud, breach or violation of the Rules of Seven13 or otherwise suffered in connection with your participation in Seven13 or use of Seven13 Services.

12. Consent

You are near the end, so keep your pace up. Take note that you can’t assign this Agreement without the prior written consent of Seven13. Since Seven13 is situated in the City of Roseburg, we all agree that the law of the great State of Oregon governs this Agreement. And we further agree that exclusive jurisdiction and venue for all purposes under this Agreement shall be in Roseburg, Oregon and everybody consents to such jurisdiction and venue. Finally, in the highly unlikely event that any provision or portion of this Agreement is determined to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable for any reason, in whole or in part, the remaining provisions of this Agreement shall be unaffected and shall remain in full force and effect to the fullest extent permitted by law.

Believe it or not, I acknowledge that I have stayed awake, read and even understand this Agreement and the Rules of Seven13. Further, I agree to be bound by this Agreement and the Rules of Seven13 regarding my participation in Seven13 and the use of Seven13 Services.

This document is based off CoWork Buffalo. Last revised: June 20, 2016