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7 Stylish Coworking Spaces in New York City

Beyond WeWork.

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7 Stylish Coworking Spaces in New York City

Beyond WeWork.

With WeWork currently down for the count, freelancers and creatives are likely scoping out co-working alternatives in New York. As shared spaces become a hot commodity among professionals of all types, companies are beginning to pull out all the stops for their clients, from Instagram-worthy office design to perks such as networking events and wellness classes. From The Wing — whose co-founder Audrey Gelman recently made TIME‘s 100 Next list — to lesser known locations, we’ve rounded up seven stylish coworking spaces perfect for professionals with varying needs.

A/D/O


A Greenpoint, Brooklyn-based space that specifically caters to creatives, A/D/O offers studios and large-scale fabrication equipment for designers and artists alike. A converted warehouse, the location’s atrium and courtyard serve as exhibition spaces, that facilitate creative exchange. Monthly workshops and talks on a variety of topics also encourage networking. A/D/O also opened barbecue spot Yaki Taki, run by noted chefs JT Vuong and George Padilla, in its backyard. Access to A/D/O starts at $350 USD per month.

Beewake

The Airbnb of coworking spaces, Beewake allows freelancers and teams to search for and book available spaces, private offices and meeting rooms throughout the United States. Great for last minute needs, Beewake doesn’t require the set time commitment that traditional coworking spaces do. Users can search for locations based on specific needs — such as a pet-friendly environment, 3D printer and networking opportunities — and book a space in a matter of minutes.

Industrious


Specializing in ultra luxurious office spaces, Industrious boasts five locations in New York City and amenities including daily breakfast, networking events and “wellness rooms.” The company’s Hudson Yards location even includes a fitness center. Industrious offers three options: private offices for teams of up to 19 people, a dedicated desk or flexible seating options. Pricing starts at $918 USD a month.

KettleSpace


Innovator KettleSpace transforms trendy restaurants and bars across New York City into co-working spaces when they’re not serving food and drink. Similar to Beewake, the service doesn’t require a long-term commitment, while offering coffee and food at many of its locations, a benefit of using bars and restaurants. KettleSpace starts at only $25 USD a month.

Kinspaces


Located in the heart of SoHo, Kinspaces is a boutique co-working space that offers plans for virtual desks (essentially mail service and conference room access), dedicated desks (physical workspaces) and private offices. High ceilings and massive windows let lots of light into the location, situated at the center of SoHo’s upscale shopping hub. Pricing starts at $80 USD a month.

The Wing


Despite its initial decision to only accept female and non-binary members, The Wing has opened membership to all gender identities and solidified itself as one of the world’s most desirable co-working spaces. With locations in London, Los Angeles and Toronto, in addition to New York, The Wing’s appeal lies in its exclusivity (an application is required), rendering it a kind of social club. Besides its stylish workspaces, conference rooms and phone booths, perks include beauty rooms, stocked with popular products, a women-focused lending library and networking events. Membership starts at $185 USD a month for one year.

The Yard


With 11 locations in New York City, The Yard offers modern spaces for individual freelancers as well as large teams. Extras include an art gallery featuring local creatives, curated events, receptionist service and a wellness program. The Yard also has two dedicated event spaces — one in Herald Square and the second on the roof of its Lower East Side outpost. Pricing varies by location but starts at around $275 USD a month.
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