Coworking Spaces in NYC
Coworking spaces have been the fastest growing occupier of office space in NYC over the past year gobbling up more office space than any other industry. New coworking providers such as Alley, Grind, The Yard, Assemblage, The Farm, and KinSpaces are opening new doors weekly each with its own vibe, pricing structure, and amenities. With so many providers 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.
With 53 locations to date 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, supplies, coffee, 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.
|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|
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:
|Coworking Desk (non reserved)||$295-500/ month|
|Dedicated Desk||$450-600/ month|
|Private Office (1 desk)||$450-$1,200/ mo|
|Private Office (10 desks)||$7,000-$11,000/ month|
|Day Rental||$29/ day|
|3 Month||$119/ month|
The Assemblage is a co-working community that prides themselves on collaboration, innovation, play, growth, balance, and impact. They have locations in NoMad and FiDi with a third location on the horizon on Park Avenue. Click to book a tour.
The Assemblage is unique from all other co-working spaces in that they also offer co-living spaces. At their John Street location there are opportunities to live in this social community on a flexible or extended schedule. Their “hotel” for co-living offers both studio and one-bedroom options. They offer full office and living amenities with events, happy hours, and even daily yoga.
The Assemblage Pricing:
|Dedicated Desk||$1,600/ month|
|Resident Office||$4,000/ month|
The Farm has a smaller network of spaces but fits right in between WeWork and Spacious. 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.
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:
|Day Pass||$25/ day|
|Hot Desk||$179/ month|
|Dedicated Desk||$319/ month|
|Private Office||$650-750/ month|
|10 person office||$7,500/ month|
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.
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.
|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|
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.
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.
|Communal- Lite||$169/ month|
|Dedicated||$555/ per month|
PowerSPACE is a rental company for executive suites and furnished offices located in NYC. With prime locations such as One Penn Plaza, PowerSPACE is great for companies who need a fully functioning office space, but don’t need the hassle of renting a full space.
Looking for an office with a view? All exterior offices have water or city views while the Board Room offer views of New York Harbor. The offices hold up to 18 employees, have complete kitchens, are fully staffed with concierge and all utilities, cleaning, and maintenance are included. They also have conference rooms and virtual offices available for rent.
PowerSPACE doesn’t advertise their pricing but it varies based on the type of space you are looking for and the number of employees you are bringing in. You can request a quote specific to your needs on their website.
SparkLabs markets themselves as an accelerator for entrepreneurs. Their NYC locations are in Union Square and Bryant Park, but are part of a network that give members access to co-working spaces literally all over the world from Beirut to Mexico City, Barcelona to Copenhagen.
For budding entrepreneurs, SparkLabs offers mentorship programs within its member base, really creating a sense of community and encouragement throughout their network. SparkLabs also has over $200k worth of premium benefits and discounts ranging from technology solutions, hotels, and even flights. They have a strong focus on brand acceleration and work to make each member successful.
|Spark Virtual||$47/ month|
|Shared Desk||$350/ month|
|Dedicated Desk||$550/ month|
|Private Office||$1,400/ month|
Located in Midtown, WorkHouse has all of the amenities of your 20-year old 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!
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.
|Membership||$150 / month|
|Co-Working||$450 / month|
|Private Offices (1-2 People)||$1,500 / month|
|Group Offices (3-5 People)||$2,200 / month|
|Small Private Suites (6-10 People)||$4,500 / month|
|Medium Private Suites (10-14 People)||$6,500 / month|
|Large Private Suites (14-20 People)||$8,500 / month|
WorkVille is also located in Midtown Manhattan, just a quick walk from Bryant Park and accessible by a number of subway lines.
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!
|Open Coworking||$500/ month|
|Dedicated Desk||$700/ month|
|Private Office (2 Person)||$1,500/ month|
|Private Office (6 person)||$4,500/ month|
|Conference Room||$500/ month|
Techhub is a global network of co-working spaces with locations in cities such as New York, London, and Bucharest. The tech community is home to over 750 companies who have raised over $1 billion in funding. One of their primary goals is to help their community grow and they offer guidance to members.
Techhub offers tailored support programs and global networking within the technology industry with a focus on community, growth support, and mentorship. Their Chelsea location has meeting and breakout spaces available. There is a great sense of community here and members have been able to help each other gain new exposure, support growth, and provide mentorship. Need a pick me up from the day? No problem, the kitchen is always stocked and Techhub offers weekly breakfasts!
|Flex Drop in||$167/ month|
|Resident Desk||$550/ month|
|Team Office||$2,600/ month|