Sitting in Marin County of California, Sausalito is perched across from the Golden Gate Strait from San Francisco. Known for its houseboat enclaves that were built by artist squatters after World War II, Sausalito is about 13km from San Rafael and 7km from San Francisco. It was a shipbuilding hub during World War II, which is reflected in its industrial character. Today it's a wealthy and artsy area that draws a large number of tourists, as it's bounded by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. A boaties haven, think poor fishermen or wealthy souls with their own boats, Sausalito was once the domain of bootlegging bandits and rum runners during the Prohibition era. This lively waterfront community grew out of rustic shipyards with a significant wealth divide between those living on the hill and those dwelling on boats. With a small population of 7,061, you will have plenty of opportunities to mingle with the locals either in a coworking venue or relaxing in a waterfront cafe sipping espresso.
California has a growing new generation of tech innovators, a dynamic ecosystem and diverse influences that lead to innovation. The state actually produces more tech PhDs per year than any other region in the country, and the California Institute of Technology generates more patents and startups than any other university.
With many graduates wanting to stay on their own home territory, or maybe in this case on their own boat, coworking venues have become the playground and the hangout for many creatives where they can get support, mingle with likeminded souls and get their stuff done.
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