[hackerspaces] Nullspace Labs in L.A. has to move - needs help

Arclight arclight at gmail.com
Thu Jan 23 23:06:53 CET 2014

Hi all,

Many of you are probably already familiar with Nullspace Labs in L.A. They
have a big open electronics lab in downtown Los Angeles. They put on loads
of free classes and also organize a hacker conference call Layer One.

Nullspace Labs:  http://032.la
LayerOne:  http://www.layerone.org/

Anyway, the day after Hackaday did a little article on them, the owner of
their building announced that all of the tenants need to be gone in 30
days, as they intend to remodel the building and convert it into some sort
of upscale retail.

They are looking for the following help:

-People in the Southern California area to bring boxes, help pack, and move
things (they already have a storage facility being donated for the time

-Help locating another suitable space near downtown L.A. They would best
off with 2,000+ square feet, a loading dock or large elevator, and some
type of legal parking.  If anyone has a lead, please let mmca, charliex or
myself know.

They are putting together a move-in fund. Setting the place up was mostly
the result of several angels coming together, and they are probably not in
a position to do this now.

Everything is difficult and expensive in L.A., and probably more so than it
was a few year ago, so they've put together a funding drive:


-If you're going to be on the West Coast of USA, come to one of the
party/fundraising events in the next month (dates to be announced shortly)

Anyway, everyone hates e-begging and I doubt they would post this on their
So help if you can, and no worries if that's not your thing.


23b shop
Fullerton, CA
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