Coworking in the Flatiron

The Flatiron district of Manhattan has become a hotspot for tech companies in recent years and there are more coworking options than ever before. Each offers its own vibe and unique amenities. Take a look at these four coworking communities in the Flatiron, all bookable through LiquidSpace, where you can drop in for the day or longer.

1. COWORK|RS
Coworking | $30/day

COWORKIRS in FlatironCOWORK|RS features a modern, open workspace that is bright and comfortable. If you need a break during your work day, freshly brewed coffee is available from the COWORK|RS kitchen, along with video games and Cable TV in the open lounge.

2. Grind Park
Coworking | $50/day

Grind Park in FlatironGrind Park’s well-lit coworking space is beautifully designed. Sustainability is a key feature here, from repurposed floors to Intelligentsia coffee. Need to schedule a client meeting for an hour during the day? You can book a sleek private meeting room at Grind Park, too, starting at $75/hour.

3. District Cowork
Coworking | $50/day

District Cowork in FlatironAt the intersection of the Flatiron, Chelsea and the Garment Districts, The District mixes exposed brick walls with modern furniture and greenery to create a productive space where you can touchdown for the day. Need a meeting space during the day, too? The Sullivan Conference Room (a semi-private meeting space for 6) features a white board/expo marker table that you can write all over! Starts at $75/hour.

4. The Yard: Flatiron
Coworking | $35/day

The Yard Coworking in FlatironWork off the WiFi in any of the lounges or open coworking stations at The Yard: Flatiron. Workspace is flooded with natural light and overlooks Madison Square Park. Lean back in an ergonomic chair while taking in the bright, colorful wall art that adds a vibrant touch to the interior.

To find the best places to grab a bite to eat and to keep up with neighborhood news, Flatiron Hot News is a great resource.

Topics: Coworking, New York, flatiron, nyc, WFA Spaces

Visit LiquidSpace.com
Talk to someone about WFA management

Other blogs you might like