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EVENT SPACE RENTAL RATES

The Basics

Capacity:  80 Persons cocktail style or chairs | 50 - 60 persons with tables

Sqft:  1580

Alcohol: Is permitted; liquor liability insurance must be obtained; Ticketed events require you to obtain a special event liquor license.

Security is required at events that serve alcohol and may be required at certain events.

There is no prep kitchen in the facility.  All food must be prepared offsite.  Ensure you have heating and/or cooling solutions for all food and beverage items.

Contract must be signed.

Mandatory $150.00 clean up fee for most bookings

Weekday Venue Rental - 4 hours or less, 25 attendees or less

At The Co-Lab Collective we believe in supporting small business owners and the development of small business owners.  Book our space for your meeting. Ideal for business meeting, small groups, training class, etc.

Availability: Sunday - Thursday

Beginning Rate: $125.00 hour/2 Hour Minimum/4 hour maximum

Weekday Venue Rental - More than 4 hours, 26 or more attendees

This rate is for events, including parties, conferences, workshops and training classes, and more.

Availability: Sunday - Thursday

Beginning Rate: $550.00

Weekend Rental - Half Day

Availability: Friday, Saturday

Times: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM OR 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Beginning Rate: $750.00

Weekend Rental - Full Day

Availability: Friday, Saturday

Times: 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Beginning Rate: $1000.00

Some Add-Ons

75 INCH DIGITAL MONITOR + MICROPHONE - $100.00 per day

MICROPHONE ONLY- $50.00 per day

UPLIGHTS - $100 per days

COCKTAIL TABLES - $12.00 per table per day

EVENT COORDINATION - Rates Varies

BLUE VEL VET COUCH - $125.00 per day

GREEN VELVET COUCH - $125.00 per day

MOCKTAIL BAR - Contact Daphne

*Rates are subject to change*

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FAQS

The Basics

Registered Agent

A “registered agent” is an “agent of the company” defined under statute (i.e. a “statutory agent”). In other words, a registered agents is designated to receive service of process when a company becomes a party in a legal action such as a lawsuit, legal summons or subpoena. A registered agent can either be a business or individual. Because of this, all states require that a company’s registered agent maintain a physical mailing address in the state where the company (or LLC) is registered. A PO Box does not count as a physical mailing address.

This helps ensure that anyone participating in the legal process as against a particular company has a well-defined agent to send important legal material to. The Registered Agent’s job is to simply accept such legal materials and forward it on to the relevant party. Nothing more.

At the state and federal level, the rules of civil procedure permit service of process on companies through their registered agents, and contain rules on how to serve such registered agents. Yes, any service of process your business might receive through a registered agent is important. Using a registered agent does not invalidate the process. Ignore a legal document submitted to your registered agent at your peril — you can risk a default judgement or worse.

Mailing Address

A Registered Agent is not the same as a physical or mailing address of the company. Most states require a business to have a physical address, regardless of where the company is actually conducting business. Companies operating exclusively on the Internet still must have a physical presence somewhere, dictated by where most of its operations are conducted, where it accept regular mail or where one or more of its owners sit. This is not the address of the Registered Agent.

Virtual Office

If you don’t want your personal address associated with your company, you can use a “virtual office”. A virtual office is a place where you can rent space or services on behalf of your company. In turn, you use the virtual office as an address for your business.

How does a virtual office service fit into the mix? For starters, a virtual office is not the same as a registered agent. A registered agent (or registered office) only receives your legal documents on behalf of your company. A registered agent does not receive your general mail, and doesn’t have the processes to deal with regular mail. A virtual office can function as an address for your regular office. It must be permitted by the United Stated Postal Service. A virtual office has the processes and permission of the USPS to handle your mail and deliver it to you dependably.

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