NY has more co-working spaces than any other city. According to Manoush Zomorodi, technology has made it easier for people to work from any location. Zomorodi compiled a list of tips on what to look for when searching for a co-working space and here are some samples;
- Shared desks and pay per day- Grind in Midtown operates on a first come first serve basis. Payments can be made monthly or daily. The negative, sometimes the space can be a little noisy.
- Family places- Brooklyn Creative League caters to mostly older professionals. People work in cubicles and there is minimal conversation. Payment is either by the month for your own desk or part-time. Open weekends.
- Intimate and Internet focused- Greenpoint Co-working is a small space, about 12 workspaces, and has a group of regulars. Pay by the day or month.