The best coworking spaces in NYC

More and more people are working from coworking spaces and it’s because the space and community are wonderful and help inspire us to do great work.

These unique and innovative co-working spaces in NYC let you work outside the box and escape the traditional office.

There’re about 50 shared working space in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn and they’re expanding in other boroughs of New York City, making digital nomads very happy !

New Yorkers have a ton of options when it comes to shared office space !

We will help you to find the best co-working spaces in NYC


Coworking space in New York City


Co-working spaces in NYC are the perfect solution whether you’re a freelancer, entrepreneur or just a corporate employee without New York office.

We all tried to work out of coffee shop but we all agree that the experience it’s not the best because of poor Wi-Fi, noisy, not guaranteed seating, no power outlets and so on. However when working out of a coworking spaces or any workspaces, you can work in amazing conditions, be productive, meet and network with other entrepreneurs.

On Beewake, we have listed workspaces where you will have amenities such as free beverages, great no ! You will be able to book coworking spaces for an hour or a day but we also offer private offices, and conference rooms,


Beewake has workspaces in the following neighborhoods:

Midtown Manhattan Columbus Circle Sutton Place Rockefeller Center, Radio City Diamond District Theater District Turtle Bay Midtown East Midtown Tudor City Little Brazil Times Square Hudson Yards Midtown West Hell’s Kitchen, Clinton Garment District Herald Square Koreatown Murray Hill Tenderloin Madison Square Flower District Brookdale Kips Bay Rose Hill NoMad Peter Cooper Village Chelsea Flatiron District, Toy District, Photo District Gramercy Park Stuyvesant Square Union Square Stuyvesant Town Meatpacking District Waterside Plaza Downtown Manhattan Little Germany (historic) Alphabet City, Loisaida East Village Greenwich Village, the Village NoHo Bowery West Village Lower East Side SoHo Nolita (NoLIta) Little Italy Chinatown Lower Manhattan, Financial District Five Points (historic) Cooperative Village Two Bridges TriBeCa Civic Center Radio Ro.w (historic) South Street Seaport Historical District Battery Park City