Co-working Space

With the limited amount of space in New York City, there are a number of options available to you to share workspace with others, in place of your own office.

Obviously, cafés are always available to you and you’ll no doubt see countless laptops at most, but you do sometimes feel guilty taking up space for extended periods of the day and there are some great options around!

Just recently I’ve moved into KettleSpace, a co-working space that uses restaurants normally open only throughout evenings that they’ve converted into space throughout the day.

They now have FOUR locations across Manhattan which all offer coffee, tea, snacks, WiFi, and power; all in a friendly and quiet environment:

  1. TriBeCa – Distilled Restaurant;
  2. Midtown East –Atwood Kitchen & Bar Room;
  3. Flatiron – Shay & Ivy;
  4. Flatiron North – Pergola.

If you’re interested in coming along, be sure to check out their FREE one-week trial and use the code JPUGH to get 50% off your first month (and gets something nice for me too)!

But KettleSpace isn’t the only option around there! We’ve also heard great things about venues like WeWork, one of the pioneers in co-working space, if you are looking for more private space in particular areas around the city.

Have you used others and loved them? Let me know below and I’ll add it to our list!

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