About Huntington Beach
Often called Surf City USA, Huntington Beach has some of most consistently high quality waves worldwide. Tourists flood in from all over the US to catch some waves, visit the city’s surf museum, have beach bonfires, and enjoy picturesque views. While the waves seemingly never cease to crash down in Huntington Beach, it seems unlikely the booming coworking scene will ever crash.
The city’s handful of coworking spaces are well trafficked. In them you can interact with a myriad of startups, developers, and other independent professionals. The networking opportunities inside the coworking spaces are endless. Of course, you’ll want to adhere to local customs when networking with other local professionals.
While you can never go wrong grabbing a cup of coffee to chat, many professionals are open to, and far more excited to discuss business opportunities over a walk on the beach. Can you blame them? Running, biking, and rollerblading are tremendously popular along the Huntington Beach Bike Path. While Huntington Beach may be known as Surf City, you may be surprised to hear it can get a little chilly during the winter.
While Huntington Beach’s Mediterranean winters won’t freeze you to the bone like Chicago, locals spend more time indoors during the colder months and pub crawls are a popular activity when temperatures dip. If you’re lucky enough to visit the city on the right day, the Bolsa Chica Wetlands are well worth a visit with their countless migratory birds coming to stop and nest. Overall, Huntington Beach’s low crime rate along with its close proximity to Los Angeles make it a pleasant city to live in while also offering you abundant opportunities to cowork and build your business.