A space where we start, we develop, we grow


Coworking Space

Shared workplace where you are able to work independently and collaboratively. Great for networking opportunities and business growth. Open work space encourages working together or working remote to reduce commute.


Meeting Space

Host your next meeting in our space. WorkVine209 will provide conference rooms for you to facilitate meetings, conference calls and other business gatherings.


Virtual Office

Our virtual offices provide all the benefits of a traditional office space including mailing services, high-speed Wi-Fi, and workforce development.

Membership Services

Single Day Use Availability

Different Memberships Available 

Private & Semi-Private Offices

Conference Room 

Lounge Areas

Event Space

High-Speed WIFI Access

Relaxation Massage Chairs

Printing Services

On-Site Limited Tech Support

24/7 Access

M-F 9-5 Office Attendant

Phone Booths

​​​​Fresh Coffee & Tea

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Eric Bruce Smith's Book Launch

Eric Bruce Smith's Book Launch

Here are what people are saying about "THE HIDDEN PEACE IN POEMS" “When I listen with my heart the words just come,” Smith writes at the start of this intimate debut, which finds the author listening to—and following—his heart. A soaring introductory poem sets the tone (“From jungle bird to jungle boy roaming the cement jungle we conquer”) for a collection of verse and short essays that embraces life as its lived—focusing on childhood, parentage, love, vulnerability, and the glories of Oakland—while finding transcendence in the everyday. “We had the best candy shop in all of Brookfield, and that’s all that mattered to us,” Smith writes in one touching memory piece, a thoughtful reminiscence that acknowledges hard times but also emphasizes the joyous. Smith’s follow-the-heart approach to writing seems reflective of an inviting approach to life itself. That’s not to suggest that The Hidden Peace in Poems and its many moments of warmth shy away from this world’s harshness. Instead, pieces like “Shelter Inside” center on an agitated narrator who feels disconnected from those around them (“Maybe I’ll just wait until a real person seeks me, with a sincere spirit”) while poems like “What Has It Done?” express frustrated despair at how “Spirits full of selfishness, vindictive behavior, and scornful thoughts” prevail over our better angels. The portrait that emerges as the pages pass is of a soul seeking love, beauty, and justice yet sometimes stymied by forces large and small, the societal and the personal. Above all, though, Smith evinces a compelling drive to keep going, making art out of the very struggle to express one’s self. Frank and direct, the standout prose pieces “Longing to Be Heard” and “Feeling Unneeded” state truths so many can relate to: “I may not say everything correctly, but that doesn’t mean I don’t know. It doesn’t mean I don’t care. It doesn’t mean I can’t help.” The act of following his heart –and the example of being heard that this book represents—shows that he can.
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Meet Eric & Lynda

WorkVine209 is a locally owned and operated business in Tracy, CA. It is owned by Eric & Lynda Hawkins who have many years of experience running businesses. They are proud to bring affordable workspaces to the area.