SkySong, the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center, offers local entrepreneurs a collaborative space for their ideas and innovation to thrive. Named for the year Scottsdale was incorporated, 1951@Skysong is a co-working space that combines 1950s décor with the latest collaboration and communication technologies. The resulting, vibrant atmosphere is infused with the daring visions of the past while equipped to advance today’s entrepreneurial innovation.
The spaced is adorned with Americana on loan from the collection of Scottsdale real estate entrepreneur Michael Pollack. It includes a Bob’s Big Boy statue, an ASU Devil neon sign, a rocket-shaped gumball machine, a Marilyn Monroe neon sign and a Wurlitzer juke box, among other collectables.
Located on the ground floor in SkySong 1, the 6,500-square-foot space offers meeting rooms, lounges and recreational features. 1951@SkySong can accommodate up to 250 people, with a variety of options, including:
- pods for 40 people
- custom classroom for 30
- two sets of diner booths
- two sets of semi-private areas
- two sets of high-top meeting spaces
- multiple couch areas
- a small conference room for up to 10, with video conferencing capabilities
- laptops and projectors
- handheld and lapel mics