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People Are Paying $2.25/Hour To Work In San Francisco Parking Lot

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People Are Paying $2.25/Hour To Work In San Francisco Parking Lot

People Are Paying $2.25/Hour To Work In San Francisco Parking Lot

BusinessInsider.com reports a parking lot can be an office at the same time... ...because apparently, a group in San Francisco is paying money to work in a parking space.

The system is called "WePark," set up by Victor Pontis on April 25th near San Francisco City Hall.

WePark pays for the space, which doubles as an office with nearby WiFi.

And with the overpricing of properties, it may be a more lucrative option for some people!

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People Are Paying $2.25/Hour To Work In San Francisco Parking Lot

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