16 Magnificent Coworking Spaces in NYC with Perks & Prices (2023)

New York is one of the most popular business hubs in the world. Finance, technology, media, and health care dominate its economic landscape with Wall Street as the financial nucleus and Silicon Alley as a tech epicenter.

With the growing emphasis on remote work, coworking spaces in New York have gained popularity, the momentum being led by industries like technology; startups; consulting; media; freelance; ecommerce and retail; NGOs; and more. This shift toward dynamic work environments made coworking spaces an integral part of the city’s business ecosystem.

So, to help you make an informed decision that matches your budget and requirements, this article will analyze the coworking scene in New York and what each coworking space has to offer. For each location, we’ll cover the following:

  • Workspace options and membership plans
  • Location dynamics and surrounding points of interest
  • Amenities and features included

10 Highest-Rated Coworking Spaces in New York City

1. Workville (5 stars)

1412 Broadway, 21st Floor, New York, NY 10018

Nestled in the vibrant landscape of New York City, Workville’s 1412 Broadway is an artistic and inspiring coworking space. Boasting a central location near Grand Central Station, the Port Authority, and Penn Station, Workville provides accessibility and convenience. Meanwhile, the well-maintained interior, wheelchair-accessible seating, and friendly community create a welcoming atmosphere that’s perfect for innovation, creativity and growth.

Best for: Freelancers; creatives and professionals; teams with up to 20 members; and enterprises with up to 100 employees

+ Rooftop terrace with panoramic views (Elsie Rooftop Lounge)
+ Tech support
+ Clean, well-maintained office areas
+ Wellness programs
+ Specialized networking events
+ Proximity to multiple transportation hubs
+ 24/7 keyless entry access
+ Wheelchair-accessible

 

Open Desk
$49/day
Meeting Room
$50/hour
Private Office
$1,400/month
Dedicated Desk
$500/month
Virtual Office
$50/month

 

Learn more about Workville

2. The New Work Project (5 stars)

97 N. 10th St., 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11249

Nestled in Brooklyn’s artistic tapestry, The New Work Project blends creativity and collaboration. Notably, the brass details and custom furniture create a sophisticated atmosphere, while the rotating art exhibitions give members something new and exciting to look forward to when coming here. And, with its versatile workspace and prime location, The New Work Project is known as one of the most popular coworking spaces in New York.

Best for: Freelancers and creatives who want an artistic atmosphere or teams with up to 10 members

+ Rotating art exhibits for variety and inspiration
+ Networking events
+ Sophisticated interior design
+ Gender-neutral toilets
+ Smart technologies in all offices
+ Welcoming and dedicated owners
+ Wheelchair-accessible entrance
+ Accessible through multiple transportation options

 

Open Desk
$330/month
Meeting Room
Contact Us
Private Office
$2,400/month
Dedicated Desk
$725/month

 

Learn more about The New Work Project

3. OASIS by Workville (5 stars)

315 W. 35th St., Floors 11-15, New York, NY 10001

OASIS is a vibrant coworking property and one of the highest-rated coworking spaces in New York. Aside from multiple workspace options, wheelchair-accessible areas, and LGBTQ+ safe spaces, the space also offers members private floor and rooftop access, making it great for hosting corporate or private events. Plus, the proximity to restaurants, childcare facilities, hotels and other points of interest is an added benefit for OASIS members.

Best for: Hosting private and corporate events and meetings

+ OASIS Rooftop access
+ Private floor(s)
+ Custom membership packages and add-on options
+ Tech support
+ Proximity to multiple transportation hubs and amenities
+ LGBTQ+-friendly
+ 24/7 keyless entry access
+ Wheelchair-accessible

 

Event Space
Contact Us
Open Desk
Upon Request
Meeting Room
Upon Request
Private Office
Upon Request

 

Learn more about OASIS by Workville

4. Hunters Point Studios (5 stars)

51-02 21st St., 4th Floor, Queens, NY 11101

Located in the heart of Queens, Hunters Point Studios offers an immersive experience at an affordable price. Its spacious studios are flooded with natural light through floor-to-ceiling windows that foster a relaxing atmosphere to fuel innovation. Beyond aesthetics, the workspace provides easy access to local cafes, restaurants and cultural hotspots, creating a holistic work/life experience.

Best for: Professionals looking for a quiet and relaxing atmosphere or teams with up to 12 members

+ Private offices can accommodate teams of different sizes
+ Bike racks
+ Affordable membership plans
+ Gender-neutral toilets
+ Clean and well-maintained office areas
+ Free kombucha on tap
+ Friendly and responsive staff
+ Proximity to amenities and transportation options
+ HEPA air filters and energy-efficient appliances
+ Wheelchair-accessible entrance

 

Open Workspace
$190/month
Meeting Room
$45/month
Private Office
$790/month
Dedicated Desk
$190/month

 

Learn more about Hunters Point Studios

5. The Farm SoHo (5 stars)

188 Grand St., 2nd & 3rd Floors, New York, NY 10013

Located at the crossroads of Grand and Mulberry streets, blends an industrial charm with vintage elements. Whether you need a dedicated desk; a private office for a day or month; or a place to host your event, you can find it here. And, the strategic location means everyone can arrive conveniently via the transportation of their choice.

Best for: Freelancers and professionals; small teams

+ Multiple workspace options available
+ Fully serviced workspaces
+ Trained, on-site support teams
+ Rooftop deck
+ Full-service coffee bar
+ 24/7 security

 

Event Space
$750/hour
Meeting Room
$50/hour
Private Office
$50/hour
Team Office
$50/hour
Office Suite
$750/hour
Day Office
$50/hour

 

Learn more about The Farm SoHo

6. Carr Workplaces Central Park (4.9 stars)

745 Fifth Ave., Suite 500, New York, NY 10151

Located in the landmark building designed by Buchman & Khan, Carr Workplaces puts members within reach of world-class amenities and panoramic views of Central Park. From professional meeting rooms to bright open floors with a pop of color, each workspace is equipped with essential office supplies. Moreover, with a supportive staff, a motivating community and an inspiring atmosphere, success is almost guaranteed here.

Best for: Professionals working in finance, tech, real estate, law and nonprofits

+ Prime central location
+ On-site parking
+ Proximity to transportation options and amenities
+ Open 24/7
+ Views over Central Park and Grand Army Plaza
+ 24/7 security
+ Office supplies included
+ Friendly and resourceful staff
+ Wheelchair-accessible entrance

 

Event Space
Contact Us
Open Desk
$25/day
Meeting Room
$40/hour
Private Office
$35/hour
Virtual Office
$80/month
Dedicated Desk
$440/month

 

Learn more about Carr Workplaces Central Park

7. Premier Workspaces (4.9 stars)

521 Fifth Ave., 17th Floor, New York, NY 10175

Boasting views of Midtown from its 17th-floor position, Premier Workspaces is a popular coworking property between Grand Central Terminal and Times Square, putting members close to business hubs, transportation options and various amenities. Beyond its location, Premier Workspaces offers a supportive community and premium interior that blends functionality with refined corporate elegance.

Best for: Professionals looking for a corporate coworking environment with premium amenities nearby

+ Interior and window offices of varying sizes
+ Premium location
+ Clean and well-maintained office areas
+ Fitness center
+ Professional atmosphere and interior
+ Wheelchair-accessible entrance

 

Space Types & Pricing
Upon Request

 

Learn more about Premier Workspaces

8. Primary (4.8 stars)

26 Broadway, 3rd & 8th Floors, New York, NY 10004

Primary is guided by its motto, “You work best when you feel great.” Accordingly, the raw materials, simplistic details, and natural light allow members to focus and feel comfortable, thereby promoting productivity and well-being. Surrounded by prime amenities on the outside and premium amenities — like fitness studios and privacy booths — inside, Primary is the ideal place for everyone to focus on their work/life balance.

Best for: Freelancers, creatives and professionals focused on their well-being; teams with up to 25 members

+ Various office options available
+ Privacy booths
+ Reception and concierge services available
+ Open 24/7
+ Free yoga, meditation and fitness virtual classes
+ Wheelchair-accessible entrance
+ Regular networking and community events
+ Healthy food and beverage options
+ 8 on-site fitness studios with showers

 

Open Desk
$30/day
Meeting Room
Upon Request
Private Office
$60/day
Dedicated Desk
Upon Request
Virtual Office
$49/month

 

Learn more about Primary

9. The Commons (4.8 stars)

157 E. 86th St., 4th Floor, New York, NY 10028

Situated in the heart of New York’s Upper East Side, The Commons offers three floors of private offices, flexible workspaces, conference rooms and phone booths. Available through a day pass or part- or full-time membership, members will enjoy working in a productive environment close to main transportation hubs and amenities. A therapy room is also available on demand to keep you constantly focused and motivated.

Best for: Small businesses, work-from-home professionals, consultants and freelancers

+ Flexible membership options
+ Therapy rooms
+ Privacy booths
+ Wheelchair-accessible entrance
+ Open 24/7

 

Open Desk
$35/day
Meeting Room
$40/hour
Private Office
$850/month
Team Office
$1,440/month
Dedicated Desk
$550/month
Virtual Office
$50/month

 

Learn more about The Commons

10. Serendipity Labs Private Offices & Coworking (4.8 stars)

28 Liberty St., 6th Floor, New York, NY 10005

Located in the landmark 28 Liberty St., Serendipity Labs blends comfort with colorful details to create an inviting and motivating atmosphere. Specifically, it’s located right next to Wall Street, which provides unmatched networking opportunities for its members. Aside from this, multiple transportation hubs, amenities and businesses are also nearby, putting members close to everything they need for a successful and productive day.

Best for: Business and finance professionals looking for networking opportunities

+ Located adjacent to Wall Street
+ Quiet and wellness rooms
+ Building is compliant with HIPAA, SOX, DoD and FINRA standards
+ Open 24/7
+ Regular networking and professional development events
+ On-site parking
+ Outdoor plaza with a public event space
+ On-site bike storage
+ Wheelchair-accessible entrance

 

Open Desk
$49/day
Meeting Room
$49/hour
Private Office
$69/day
Dedicated Desk
$799/month
Virtual Office
$99/month

 

Learn more about Serendipity Labs Private Offices & Coworking

Methodology 

We based our selection of the 10 best coworking spaces in New York City on Google reviews, shortlisting locations with an average rating of 4.5 stars or higher, also considering available amenities and membership prices. When booking a coworking space, always consider your own individual or business needs and budget.

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Balazs Szekely

Balazs Szekely, our Senior Creative Writer has a degree in journalism and dynamic career experience spanning radio, print and online media, as well as B2B and B2C copywriting. With extensive experience at several real estate industry publications, he’s well-versed in coworking trends, remote work, lifestyle and health topics. Balazs’ work has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal, as well as on CBS, CNBC and more. He’s fascinated by photography, winter sports and nature, and, in his free time, you may find him away from home on a city break. You can drop Balazs a line via email.
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