Workville New York offices for rent are great for when you’re in need of a workplace for your own business, or looking to be surrounded by other entrepreneurs who may be your next clients, or even your new partners. Located in the heart of Manhattan, Workville is near all the action at Times Square, and not too far down the road from the financial district. When you rent a coworking space from Workville NYC, you can setup operations in an open lounge area, or get your own private desk area complete with phone service. You also get mail service, accessible WiFi, coffee, printers and fax machines, and you can reserve conference rooms for your business meetings, or even reserve space for private parties after hours. Workville NYC has just about everything you could ask for in a coworking space hall, and newcomers can request a tour of the place.
What Workville brings is a new approach to how businesses will be run in the future, and even now some traditional fortune 500 companies are migrating towards this new trend. According to Harvard Business Review, it’s especially resonating well with millenials, like ones who do freelance or independent contractor work and are looking for a community of entrepreneurs to work alongside of. This is because while working at home has its perks, most young people don’t want to feel they’re without a social life, and working from a co-working space can fill some of the voids they might feel working at home alone.
Sometimes intertwined with Co-working spaces, are Co-living spaces, housing that’s provided within the co-working facility confines with all the amenities needed for life outside of work. This isn’t nearly as popular yet as co-working, but it is a growing idea that co-working space networks are starting to incorporate alongside their places of business. What makes these places more attractive to young people is that they are no longer faced with paying hefty rent rates or making large office space purchases for their needs, but instead can pay cheaper rates just for their own personal work spaces. Should co-living start becoming the norm, occupants will no longer have to worry about traveling to their coworking space every day and may save money in the long run.