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Fresh off their win for Product of the Year in our Brooklyn Innovation Awards, coworking gurus Croissant have published the most definitive list of coworking in New York City we’ve ever come across.
The list covers well-known Brooklyn spaces like Brooklyn Commons, New Lab and the Made in NY Media Center, as well as little-known gems like Compound Cowork in Flatbush, Ditmas Workspace in Ditmas Park, and Nowhere Studio, in Bed-Stuy.
Croissant is a mobile app that is sort of like E-ZPass for coworking spaces. If you’re frequently on the move, you can sign up for an account with Croissant and work out of any of its coworking partners, of which there are many all over the city. You pay Croissant and Croissant pays the coworking space for the amount of time you were there.
— Nisha Garigarn (@nishsticks) January 6, 2017
If you’re in the market for a coworking space, the list also has prices, which could save you some legwork in deciding where to visit. And if you’re just curious about how big the coworking market has become, well, this big.
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