Clear Path Utility Solutions, LLC
884 Lincoln Way, Suite #43, Auburn, CA 95603
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Clear Path Utility Solutions, LLC

884 Lincoln Way, Suite #43, Auburn, CA 95603
Clear Path Utility Solutions, LLC
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Clear Path Utility Solutions, LLC provides innovative solutions to the gas and electric utility industry.
Third floor of historic Gold Country Mall building. Plenty of free parking, restaurants and shopping nearby.
1 Hourly Space
Auburn private office and meeting room
Auburn private office and meeting room
Starting at $25/hour
Private Office for 5
Show Prices
$25/hour
$75/half‑day ($18.75/hour)
$125/day ($15.63/hour)
Located in historic Gold Country Mall in downtown Auburn, this private space offers adjustable desk, Wi-Fi, 43" flat screen, small conference table for 3-4, microwave, coffee maker, fridge all in a comfortable work space. … View Details
Real-Time Availability
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Amenities & Services at 884 Lincoln Way

Services
  • WiFi
  • Coffee/Tea
  • Entry
  • On-site Restaurant
  • Print/Scan/Copy ($)
Amenities
  • Phone
  • TV/Monitor
  • Whiteboard
Parking

On-street parking on Lincoln Way and High Street. Public parking lot adjacent to 1030 High Street.

Types of Spaces
  • Private Office

Clear Path Utility Solutions, LLC

884 Lincoln Way, Suite #43, Auburn, CA 95603

Community Clear Path Utility Solutions, LLC in Auburn

Rating and Reviews

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Auburn private office and meeting room
Auburn private office and meeting room
13/5
For a deposition:1. Table height. The conference table was not a normal height. It was tall so I actually had to stand to use my steno machine. I do have a tall tripod so this was not a problem for me. But without a tall tripod, a reporter would just have to have the machine on her lap or on the table.2. No elevator. There was a freight elevator, which I asked an employee there if I could use. She could not figure out how to use it. So I had to hike up one flight of stairs. Not a big deal for me. Others wouldn't like it. If I had still had my broken ankle restrictions, there's no way I could have gotten up to the conference room.3. No air control in the room. We were there less than an hour and I had to take my jacket off and was sweating. This room would be unbearable in the middle of summer without air.
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