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Greenwich Street, New York, 10014 Starting at $1375

Located blocks from the Hudson River, this office space in the West Village is ideally situated for both established companies and budding entrepreneurs. Revamped two floors of the nine-story building into beautifully designed conference rooms, communal space, and private offices. This converted warehouse is spacious and filled with natural light, perfect for impressing guests and keeping your team energized throughout the day. Need a break between meetings? Take a walk through the surrounding cobblestone streets and find inspiration in the history of artists, authors, and poets who’ve called West Village their home. Commuting is a breeze with a handful of parking lots nearby and a Citi Bike station on the next block. The building is also close to the 1, 2 trains, and a five-minute walk from the New Jersey PATH train.

Cross Streets: Leroy Street and Greenwich Street

Neighborhood: Soho/Tribeca

Broadway, New York, 10013 Starting at $1220

Hallmarked by picturesque cobblestone streets filled with an endless array of retail shops, cafés, and restaurants, this Canal Street coworking space holds undeniable appeal for growing businesses and independent entrepreneurs alike. Recognized around the globe as one of the landmark neighborhoods of New York City, Tribeca is home to a host of innovative companies working in fashion, media, and technology. Ideal for teams of all sizes, this location features four floors of beautiful private offices, collaborative workspaces, and modern conference rooms. Just steps away from the Canal Street Subway Station, easy access to the N, Q, R, W, 4,6, J, M, and Z trains are sure to streamline your commute.

Cross Streets: Canal Street and Broadway

Neighborhood: Soho/Tribeca

West 29th Street, New York, 10001 Starting at $1290

Spanning seven floors of a modernized building constructed in the 1920s, you’ll fall in love with the architecture of this shared office space in Chelsea—and you’ll stay for the unbeatable location and world-class amenities. Buzzing with cross-sector innovation, this diverse coworking environment offers something for everyone, whether you’re looking to launch your business or grow your existing team. Commuting is easy with 1, 2, N, Q, R, W, 3 and PATH train connections just a few blocks away. After hours, impress your clients with dinner at The Pennsy Food Hall or toast team milestones with drinks at American Whiskey.

Cross Streets: 7th Avenue and West 29th Street

Neighborhood: Flatiron District

West 14th Street, New York, 10011 Starting at $1260

A charming building at a central location, this Greenwich Village workspace offers an oasis of calm in the hustle of Manhattan. With private offices to lease, expansive shared lounges, and bookable meeting rooms, this location is suited to freelancers and established companies alike. Commuting is a breeze with several buses and the 1, 2, 3, E, F, M, and L trains within walking distance. After work, entertain clients at The Crooked Knife or celebrate team wins at the iconic Raines Law Room. To grow your business in this hub of community and creativity, rent an office at West 14th Street today.

Cross Streets: 7th Avenue and West 14th Street

Neighborhood: Flatiron District

West 41st Street, New York, 10036 Starting at $1350

This location puts your business in the center of the action. Located steps away from the Theater District and Bryant Park, this stunning shared office space is four floors of inviting common areas, meeting rooms, phone booths, private offices, and more. With its inspiring design and convenient neighborhood, this location attracts members from a range of industries—including arts organizations, nonprofits, startups, and investment firms. Easy access to Port Authority Bus Terminal, parking garages, and more than a dozen trains within a two-block radius makes getting to work a breeze no matter where you’re coming from. Plus, month-to-month flexibility gives you room to grow at your own pace.

Cross Streets: Bryant Park and West 41st Street

Neighborhood: Midtown West

West 25th Street, New York, 10001 Starting at $1575

Looking for Madison Square Park workspace that can help your business thrive? Spanning four light-drenched floors, you’ll love this location at West 25th Street, which features common areas, phone booths, and private offices suited for teams of all sizes. The star-studded NoMad neighborhood is home to an ever-growing network of technology startups, entertainment execs, and established marketing and creative agencies, putting your team in the center of the action. Plus, this Midtown location is a commuter’s dream with the 1, 2, C, E, F, N, Q, R, and W trains just minutes away, and easy access to the New Jersey Path Train.

Cross Streets: 6th Avenue and West 25th Street

Neighborhood: Flatiron District

Park Place, New York, 10007 Starting at $1275

Looking to give your business a fresh perspective? This Lower Manhattan office space features four floors of beautiful lounges, art-filled meeting rooms, and panoramic views for team collaboration and big thinking. Ideally situated at the intersection of FiDi and Tribeca, you’ll have quick access to heavy-hitters in both commerce and creativity. Not to mention the convenience of the A, C, 2, 3, N, R, and W trains all within a block or two. From festive cocktails at The Wooly Public to south of the border fare at Rosa Mexicano, this dynamic neighborhood has a wealth of drinking and dining spots—perfect for team wins or client dinners. In addition to our standard suite of amenities, this location also has a wellness room for optimizing work-life balance. Beat the grind and empower your employees by setting up shop at this Lower Manhattan workspace.

Cross Streets: Church Street and Park Place

Neighborhood: Soho/Tribeca

3rd Avenue, New York, 10022 Starting at $1275

From Rockefeller Center to Grand Central Station, Midtown East is a bustling pocket of business—and this coworking space at Third Avenue puts you right in the action. Seven floors in this 18-story tower are dedicated to this space, featuring art-filled lounge areas, unique conference rooms, and sleek private offices. Commuting is simple with the E, M, and 6 trains within walking distance and several buses stop nearby. Looking to change up the workday? Take a lunchtime walk through Central Park, or spend the afternoon working from this functional outdoor terrace. Professionals of every stripe descend upon Midtown East daily.

Cross Streets: East 53rd Street and 3rd Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown East


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