Top 10 Coworking Spaces in NYC



Coworking Spaces in NYC

Looking back it’s hard to believe that coworking spaces was once the  fastest growing occupier of office space in NYC gobbling up more office space than any other industry. New coworking providers such as Alley, Grind, The Yard, Assemblage, The Farm, and KinSpaces were opening new doors weekly each with their own vibe, pricing structure, and amenities. With the post pandemic glut of space and so many providers to choose from it could be overwhelming finding the right space. We’ve broken down the major and emerging coworking providers in NYC to help you make this important decision.  If you’re not sure if coworking is right for your business then check out our guide to decide when to cowork and when to move out or contact us to walk you through the options.

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1. Convene

Convene is a next level coworking provider that is more of a hospitality company than a coworking company. When you step into a Convene location you immediately know that they’re different from the rest and their flagship location at 530 Fifth Avenue will not disappoint.


Convene boasts more common areas and meeting space than any other coworking spaces providing lots of different areas for solitary or group work. The facility takes wellness seriously and has a doctor on site, a gym with locker room including showers and steam room, and an outdoor area to relax. Refreshments come both as standard fare including healthy snacks and drinks including kombucha, cold brew, hot coffee, sparkling water, and beer as well as specialty made food by trained chefs for an additional charge. Convene has two types of memberships, individual memberships which provide access to all of the amenities, common areas, and meeting rooms and worksuites which are dedicated lockable suites for teams of 12 people to 120 people with internal offices and meeting rooms. Click here to book a tour.

Convene Pricing:

2. Industrious- WorkLife

Industrious comes in just behind Convene because even though their One Penn Plaza location rivals Convene, the quality of Industrious’ locations vary significantly from location to location.


Industrious’ One Penn Plaza facility far surpasses most other coworking providers in terms of the quality of the facility and the quality of the building. One Penn Plaza has recently undergone a major renovation of its lobby offering a multistory amenity center that includes an 80,000 SF amenity rich center offering conferencing space for small to large meetings, a 35,000 SF fitness center, a health center with onsite doctors, and a bar and restaurants to recharge. Industrious runs the buildings WorkLife Office Suites which provides dedicated work spaces for businesses with 12-120 people. These work spaces included dedicated internal offices and conference rooms, come fully furnished, and include internet service, cleaning, electricity, office services such as copying, mail service, etc, and daily breakfast including unlimited snacks and drinks. Book a tour of WorkLife by Industrious.

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3. Bond Collective

The Bond Collective offers locations boutique locations around NYC, Brooklyn, and Philadelphia.  These modern spaces are designed with alluring décor, and a bevy of amenities.   From FiDi to Flatiron, these pet friendly spaces have everything you need as a freelancer or a team.  Book a tour for FiDi here.


Bond Collective seems to have many other co-working spaces beat when it comes to amenities.  They offer complimentary coffee, tea, and beer with rooftop lounges to enjoy your drink on.  Some locations also have recording and photography studios available to members and non-members, a food market, and mothers’ rooms.

Bond Collective Pricing:


 4. WeWork

WeWork Coworking Space- Loft Space

WeWork is both the largest and one of the first coworking companies on the scene. WeWork has many locations scattered throughout Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn including Dumbo, Gowanus, Flatiron, Union Square, Financial District, Garment District, and LIC. Each space has its own vibe but the culture is pretty much consistent- open, busy, and loud. Take a look at our top rated WeWork spaces or book a tour here.


WeWork wrote the book on amenities and much of what they provide has become standard fare throughout the coworking world. This includes high speed internet, cleaning, coffee, supplies, reserved meeting space, private spaces for phone calls, and their own brew of craft beer on tap. WeWork definitely has a leg up over competition when it comes to their network. WeWork has its own app which connects its members allowing them to network with one another, interact with the WeWork staff, book conference rooms, and more. WeWork also has locations around the world allowing you to use their facilities no matter where you are.

WeWork Pricing:

Space Type Price
Day Rental $50/ day
Dedicated Desk $400-$500/ month
Single Private Office $1,400-$2,100/ month
Team Room (for 10) $9,000-$12,000/ month

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5.The Yard

The Yard's Coworking Space- Social Corner
A fast growing coworking option, The Yard is designed to create an atmosphere that blends work with play. With a focus on high-end and premium located spaces, The Yard selects identifiable and highly visible locations for most of its facilities, including its corner locations at Bryant Park, Flatiron South, and Herald Square with oversized windows and great street presence. Inside, The Yard also shines inside with curated original artwork and tasteful creative design throughout. A lot of thought went into the communal areas of the space to help The Yard differentiate itself in what has become a crowded market. Click to book a tour of The Yard’s spaces.
  Amenities: The Yard is typically above par in terms of amenities. With its robust network of locations, they’ve created an app to called BackYard to provide organization and efficiency among their spaces. Many of The Yard’s locations are dog friendly so your pup could be your best friend both at work and at home. In addition, the Yard provides coffee, tea, and refreshments, has an in house/ on site wellness program for members, high speed Wifi throughout their facilities, and curated custom rotating artwork in their facilities. The Yard Pricing:

6. The Farm

The Farm has a smaller network of spaces but fits right in between WeWork and Industrious.  The locations are in SoHo, Nolita, and NoMad areas and offer a variety of plans. The Farm has traditionally focused on daily desk sharing but has recently evolved into both Headquarters as a Service and dedicated office offerings. Click to book a tour  of The Farm’s coworking space. Amenities: One of The Farm’s most interesting amenities – it’s pet friendly! Yes, you can bring your pet to work with you! They also offer a premium coffee and tea bar, mailing / packaging, and conference rooms. The Farm also offers venue rentals for events.  This is perfect for a new business throwing a launch party, or hosting corporate partners for a special night of networking. The Farm Pricing:

 7. WorkHouse

Located in Midtown, WorkHouse has all of the amenities of your dreams.  The space offers anything from a work area for 1 to prebuilt office suites for teams of 20+.  The building is modernized with glass office spaces, break out tables, and sliding barn door entries.  Such an inviting space should amount to great productivity for you and your team! Click here to book a tour! Amenities: The office community features a landscaped rooftop, terraces, sky lounge coffee bar, and stocked pantries on each floor.  The Wi-Fi is equipped to work in and outside, so on those beautiful Manhattan days you can grab a coffee and work with a view and fresh air. Pricing:


WorkVille is also located in Midtown Manhattan, just a quick walk from Bryant Park and accessible by a number of subway lines. Amenities: They offer 24-hour access in a doorman building, printing & mailing services, unlimited coffee, and 3 outdoor terraces equipped for working. They also offer member events, networking, and happy hours.  WorkVille was founded by landlords who are open to helping their members grow and can build out new offices as needed.  Plus, since they work right there in the building, you can just ask them at the coffee machine on break! Click here to book a tour! Pricing:

9. Serendipity

Serendipity Labs is another co-working space with one location in the Financial District and a variety of locations around the United States.  Their Financial District space offers desks for individuals, private meeting rooms, and team rooms with short and long-term availability Click to book a tour of Seredndipity’s spaces. Amenities: Due to its location, they have an affiliation with UCommune, a network of co-working spaces in China.  With your membership to Serendipity, you get a discount on usage at UCommune, perfect for companies in finance with business overseas. Serendipity Labs also offers 24/7 access to the space, coffee and tea, and additional services such as business identity and technology plans. Pricing:
Space Type Pricing
NY Resident Dedicated Desk $799/ month
Resident Dedicated Office $1,249/ month
Resident Team Room (3-10 employees) $2,349/ month
Non- Resident Unlimited Coworking $599/ month
Non- Resident Coworking- 5 Visits $299/ month
Non Resident Single Visit $49/ month

10. Projective

A Lower East Side haven for entrepreneurs and startups, Projective brings creative together for both work and fun. Projective’s hours are from 6am – 12am 7 days a week and they offer a great assortment of membership options including a Lite membership offering 8 days of access in addition to traditional communal and dedicated desking options.  All memberships come with 2 hours of private meeting space per person per month. Click here to book a tour. Amenities: They also offer an extensive events calendar with happy hours, networking, and jam sessions.  Daily the space has unlimited coffee, bike storage, and “beverages” available for members, on top of printing and mailing services.  Projective also offers event space rentals and has hosting events from fashion shows to screenings. Pricing:
Space Type Pricing
Communal- Lite $169/ month
Communal $249/ month
Dedicated $555/ per month