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New York Co-Working
The city that never sleeps doesn’t take a day off, either. If you’re looking to get your own personal workspace in the Big Apple, you have more options than in any other city in the US.
What Are My options?
From Wall Street to Harlem, Queens to Brooklyn, there are hundreds of co-working locations, whether you’re looking for just a small shared workspace or your own dedicated office to launch a startup. For example there are 46 WeWork locations in Manhattan alone, including 10 in Midtown, 7 in the financial district, 6 in Soho, and nearly two dozen other locations across the island. If you’re in Brooklyn you can find 5 locations in Williamsburg and Brooklyn Heights, and in Queens you can set up at two different locations in the Long Island City.
“The Farm” might not sound like the type of place you’d find in the heart of the big city, but this coworking company has 3 Manhattan locations from Soho to Nolita to Nomad where you can get all types of work done.
Another great workspace option is Industrious, which has three spots in Manhattan and Brooklyn where you can get your hustle on.
And the company may have only one spot in New York City, but the Quest Workspaces location in Midtown East really is worth checking out.
Wherever you look for a coworking location in New York City, you should be able to find one that is close to subway lines and easy to get to from wherever you are in the city. After all, convenience is a big part of the idea.
What Are the Prices Like?
There is a fairly wide price range for co-working spaces in New York City, depending on where you are, and which company you choose.
If you’d like to rent a hot desk at the WeWork 125th street location in Manhattan for instance, you’ll be charged $550 per month, while on Montague St. in Brooklyn a hot desk only runs $300 per month. For private offices, the prices can range from as little as $650 per month at the 79 Madison Avenue location, to $2,040 per month at another location further up the avenue. Across Manhattan there are other WeWork locations that offer private offices for rent, though you must contact them in order to receive a monthly price quote.
If you’re looking to get a spot at the Farm, the Soho location can get you a day pass for $25, without any commitment on your part whatsoever. If you’d like your own dedicated desk or a shared desk, that’ll run you $319 and $179 per month, respectively. Currently at the Nolita and Nomad location the options are limited to private offices for 1 to 20 or more people. These run $500 per person per month at the Nolita location, and $650 per person per month in Nomad.
If you’re going with Industrious, you can expect a private desk cost starting at $545 at both locations, and private offices that range from $1,683 for 1 person and $4,622 for 5 people at the Union Square location in Manhattan, and $752 for 1 person and $2,498 for 5 people at the Brooklyn location. Industrious also rents out a special private office in Madison Square Park. About the size of a shipping container, it’s all floor to ceiling glass windows so you and your team can brainstorm in the great outdoors, surrounded by fresh air and green grass.
If you go to the Quest Workspaces location in Midtown east, you can rent a personal workspace starting at $499 per month, meeting rooms starting at $25 per hour, and virtual office services starting at just $99 per month.
What Does My Co-Working Space Provide?
Just like in cities across the world, co-working locations in New York are carefully designed to be welcoming, fun, and productive places to let your creativity flow. These co-working spaces are usually in the hottest places in town—the city center, the hi-tech corridor, that neighborhood you keep hearing is on the way up.
You get the idea.
No matter which co-working location in New York City you choose, you can expect certain things to be standard, such as:
  • Super-fast internet
  • Spacious, unique common areas
  • Ergonomic chairs
  • Key Card access 24/7
  • Art galleries
  • Security
  • Discounts for local businesses
  • Beautiful conference rooms
  • Business-class printers
  • Relaxation rooms
  • Free drinks (including fruit water and fresh, micro-roasted coffee)
  • Private phone booths so you can take that call in peace
  • Onsite staff to help you out
  • Free parking
  • Professional and social events—network and chill™
So...Where Are We Co-working?
Living in New York can keep your hustle game strong, but you still need a quiet place to get your creative juices flowing. Companies like WeWork, the Farm, and Industrious have you covered with more options in NYC than anywhere in the country, so if you’ve been waiting to get your ideas on paper, it’s easier than ever to find your own space.
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