In a handsome tenement-style building at the crossroads of Soho, Nolita, Little Italy, and Chinatown, this New York coworking space was the first to be opened by WeWork. This 1910 building set the tone for WeWork locations to follow, with the six floors revealing exposed brick, towering columns, and huge windows letting in lots of light.
The members who make their home here—many of them creative agencies, but there’s a surprisingly broad range from other industries as well—appreciate the pet-friendly vibe, the wide swaths of desks ready at a moment’s notice, and cool common areas like the ground-floor lounge. There are frequent workshops and mixers designed to foster a collaborative environment. This is a main hub for the subway, and almost every major line runs nearby. And some of the city’s best eateries are steps away. If you’re looking for a convenient location, a great mix of people, and a sense of history, it’s hard to beat this New York coworking space.