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The Camp David is a creative place for small teams or individuals. This space feels like a comfortable private office for a successful and stable company. The Camp David even has a gym and a soundproof content studio.
This coworking studio was created by someone who is fond of a beautiful architecture and design. Their Instagram account @thecampdavid is just another proof of that.
It would be a perfect match for a designer or an architect who works for serious clients and needs a well equipped and comfortable private conference rooms for regular meetings and presentations.
It takes about 20 mins to get to the Union Sq in Downtown Manhattan.
Membership packages start at $700 per month or a $1500 per year.
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One of the most soulful coworking space in NY – Brooklynworks 159 is located just two blocks away from the Prospect Park (D,N,R trains).
You will find delicious pancakes for breakfast, regular community events, and 24/7 private offices access.
This place would be a perfect fit for a designers-workaholics who believe in their ideas and dreams and is looking for someone just as crazy.
We have another good news for you. This place has a drop-in option only for $15. Dedicated desk starts at $325 per month.
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Founders workspace is a light and bright coworking space with regular art shows and drawing classes right in the heart of a Windsor Terrace.
Brick walls are decorated with a local artists works. This is a friendly and inspiring environment. It would be a great fit for those who like the minimalistic Scandinavian design, gets inspired by art and doesn’t like regular noisy gatherings.
Membership packages start at $100 per month. Great option for the beginners and their small creative team.
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If you want to work with designers and other creative people, then Friends work here on 47 Bergen street is exactly what you need.
Floater membership starts at $400 per month and gives you access to private phone booths, conference rooms, and an amazing community.
They are part of The Invisible Dog Art Center which is a new kind of artistic community and have regular visual art exhibits, lectures, film screening and more all kind of awesome events.
Just go and be yourself. You will definitely find same-minded people, new friends and tons of inspiration.
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Electropositive coworking club in the heart of Crown Heights feels like your parents went back to the city and left you alone in the beach house for the whole weekend.
They have an amazing creator’s LAB where you can create lookbooks, product shoots and any other fun stuff you can think of!
Electropositive has its own recording studio. You may finally decide to record a podcast “How to stop living in a mess and buy a nice cheap locker.”
Membership with a daily access starts at $300 per month.
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