Brittany Hodak sounds off on the benefits of Manhattan coworking.
Where you work matters a lot. Do not fall into these traps. The right office space is integral to the success of your company, but finding it is not easy. Identifying these five typical problems will give you a better chance of improving your search. 1) Not Considering Your Options The best way to find a suitable […]
You may think that all NYC coworking spaces are the same, or that they’re at least somewhat interchangeable. Then there are other considerations like, besides the obvious (costs), what are the benefits of simply renting a desk in the open co-working area over taking a private office? And what ever happened to simply subletting some space […]
Moving sucks and when you’re doing an office move, that sucks even more. First, you have to find the right space. Then you have to negotiate the lease. Then there are all the details involved in the move itself – including making all of the preparations for the space you’re moving into. Consider this: you […]
Older, more established companies have the flexibility of deciding how to allocate their budgets and spend their available funds on the resources that make their businesses more comfortable and easier to run. But as a young startup, you have no such luxury! Because it’s important to make every dollar count while your business is still growing, […]
What do a nuclear physicist juggling six companies, an artist who etches faces on urns and a Yorkshire Terrier have in common? They have all made valuable use of their time at SoTechie Space (the dog by association.) And thanks to its location right near Bryant Park, SoTechie has become a relaxed, easily accessible space […]
Grind is a great name for a workspace for an industry where everyone lives on caffeine. But note: Grind doesn’t refer to itself as a co-working space. They prefer ‘collaborative space.’ In fact, the writing’s literally on the wall: ‘work liquid.’ The physical space itself, located at 419 Park Avenue South, lends itself to collaboration, […]
In 2007, the commercial office landscape was a different vista. At that time, if I had proposed to a tenant that they share office space with another unrelated business, I would have been considered crazy. It would have been weird, like having a roommate, or worse, like sharing an apartment with a total stranger. This […]