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The Complete Guide to Coworking in NYC

 

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So you’ve quit your soul-sucking corporate job and are ready to enter the big, bad world of startups. You’ve got your idea all laid out and even managed to find a few partners to work with. But somehow, working at home in your pajamas isn’t as motivating and productive as you’d hoped it’d be? Don’t sweat it. New York City’s got workspaces that you can rent to meet almost all budgetary restrictions.

With perks like free coffee, locations in great neighborhoods, swanky spaces and equipment and a room full of similar-minded entrepreneurs eager to get their company on its way, co-working spaces provide a semi-formal environment where you can meet a potential investor at 1p.m. and follow that up with an in-house ping-pong tournament at 4pm.

We’ve assembled the most complete guide to coworking spaces in NYC ever.

We’ll be updating this guide regularly and there will inevitably be unintentional omissions and errors. So please shoot us a note at coworking@alleywatch.com if you come across anything that needs to be changed.

For your tweeting convenience:

There are 50+ coworking spaces in NYC    Tweet this
The average monthly cost of dedicated desk at a coworking space in Manhattan is $526   Tweet this
The average monthly cost of shared desk at a coworking space in Manhattan is $349   Tweet this
The average monthly cost of dedicated desk at a coworking space in NYC outside of Manhattan is $420   Tweet this
The average monthly cost of shared desk at a coworking space in NYC outside of Manhattan is $229   Tweet this

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The Complete Guide to Coworking in NYC is presented by Cowork|rs, the hottest new coworking space in NYC

Updated June 2014

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