As an entrepreneur or a member of a small business it can be hard to find a spot to call "home". With co-working spaces popping up left and right it can be challenging to determine what spot is the right fit for your needs. We've compiled a list of our favorite co-working spaces and places to work in NYC and why you need to check them out.
Projective Space: 72 Allen Street, 3rd Floor
Founded by the Wahba brothers this co-working space has a "come on over and hang" feel. With a ping pong table smack dab in the middle of the space, a keg on tap and 24/7 access to dedicated desks and conference rooms. Sick of working in a "real office"? Work out of their 2nd Floor space at Freeman's Restaurant in the instagram worthy Freeman's Alley. Enjoy Colombe coffee and a 10% discount at Freeman's while you work. All this for $90 for 4 days per month of $225 for a month. For more info on membership and pricing visit their website here.
Thompson Square Studios: 54 Thompson Street, 3rd Floor
In the heart of Soho, adjacent to 60 Thompson lies a chic co-working space filled with velvet couches, crystal chandeliers, a marble bar. Dedicated working space overlooks the buzzing neighborhood and a small screening room is tucked discreetly around a corner. This private workspace for NYC's creatives comes with various membership tiers. Become an all day member or have a dedicated work space. Check out pricing here.
Neuehouse: 110 East 25th Street
For established or almost established entrepreneurs, Neuehouse is mecca. Members can enjoy curated programming, a chic and exclusive downstairs bar and a complimentary happy hour. The posh "library" feel and stadium seating is reminiscent of a cool college for the rich and famous. Or settle into a private office nuzzled in the 2nd floor. For a study break, take a walk around the office and enjoy the artwork. It'll feel like you are in a mini-musuem. Or catch one of their screening in their private screening room. For more info on membership and the space, check it out here.