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1 New York, Harlem
A new addition to the neighborhood, this New York office space is in the heart of Harlem’s bustling business district. On two levels, this open and airy coworking space has lots of common areas and conference rooms where you can meet with your team. With a tight-knit community, this Harlem office space is perfect for any size company, from early-stage startups to well-established businesses.
3 New York, E 57TH ST.
With a hard-to-beat location in Midtown East, this New York office space puts you close to many of the city’s most important addresses. This coworking space occupies four full floors of a 31-story high-rise, treating you to great views of the surrounding neighborhood, especially from the elegantly curved wall facing the corner of Lexington Avenue and East 57th Street. There are kitchen areas where you can grab a cup of coffee with friends
4 New York, Dumbo Heights
In one of Brooklyn’s fastest growing neighborhoods, Dumbo Heights is bustling with energy—the vibe is fun, lively, and collaborative. This Brooklyn office space consists of two industrial-style buildings connected by a skybridge: Prospect, which has nine coworking floors, and Sands, which has four. The views here, especially from the upper floors, extend to the Williamsburg Bridge and beyond to the Manhattan skyline. The colorful common
5 New York, Montague Street
Surrounded by leafy parks, this Brooklyn Heights coworking space sits in a neighborhood rich with history. This business center occupies four floors of this building, taking advantage of amazing views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building, and the Statue of Liberty. Close to many of the borough’s courthouses, this coworking space attracts many legal firms, but there are plenty of other businesses small and large.
6 New York, Grand Central
If you want to surround yourself with Fortune 500 companies, corporate headquarters, and prominent law and financial firms, you can’t beat this New York coworking space. The ideal location on 45th Street between Lexington and Park Avenues puts you close to many of the country’s most prominent businesses.
7 New York, Penn Station
But these eight levels of coworking space in a 17-story Art Deco building are also beautiful, with lots of original art (especially the colorful mural by artist Jason Woodside). The members here, who cover every type of business but lean toward the tech fields, gravitate to the expansive common area on the 10th floor when they are looking to chat with clients or huddle with their team. It’s a dog-friendly space, so bring along your four-le
8 New York, Irving Place
Steps from Union Square, this New York office space is nestled on a tree-shaded block lined with cafes and restaurants. Business Center Irving Place’s central location attracts a large community ranging from young startups to established businesses, and many focus on education, media, or the nonprofit sector.
9 New York, 43rd Street
At Business Center 43rd Street, find New York office space that brings breezy East End design to the midtown bustle. In the former headquarters of publishing giant Scribner’s, we’ve developed six floors of lofty coworking space and private offices. Walls of windows invite natural light throughout, and provide incredible views of Times Square and the Hudson River. Montauk-inspired furniture and wallpaper keep things serene even during th
10 New York, Soho South
Graceful architectural details give character to this New York office space, tucked away in one of the beauties in the Soho-Cast Iron Historic District. It’s from 1889, so look for elegant columns, high ceilings, honey-colored wood floors, and lots of natural light. Spread out over four levels of this six-story brick building, this coworking space is one of the more intimate locations.