Workville is NYC’s best coworking space, offering private offices and open workspaces in midtown Manhattan, steps from Times Square Penn Station, Grand Central, and all major NYC subways!
Our inspiring environment creates a friendly and flexible space. In addition to move-in ready offices and shared spaces, we have three outdoor terraces. Yes, we really have three!
Workville takes pride in our members-only community. We uniquely blend hospitality and productivity, which is why leading startups and small businesses choose Workville.
Easy Commute, Central Location
24/7 Doorman Luxury Building
Rooftop Lounge, Outdoor Space, Great Restaurants
Management Proactively Supports Members
Talented, Friendly, Professional Community
Inspiring Environment & Decor
Welcoming, Modern Decor & Outdoor Terraces
Lounges & Cafe Spaces with Art Gallery
Sunny Offices, Ergonomic Furniture
Flexible Terms & Smart Design
Pop-Up Lunches & Member Events
High-Speed Wifi, Printing, Tech Assistance & More!
Large Private Office
$1,500 / 2 person
$4,500 / up to 6 person
DEDICATED DESK IN PRIVATE OFFICE
$700 / month
$49 / day
$75 / hour
$50 / month
Meet our Community where talent attracts talent:
Zahir Dossa of Function of Beauty
I don't think there are too many coworking spaces that will have the President or Owner literally give you the keys to their office to store your stuff. It's very much the coworking space that scales with you. The central location, natural light, and my 24 inch iMac are just a few reasons why I grow my business at Workville.
Check out our video to see why
“I absolutely love the ambiance at Workville!"
“The team at Workville is the absolute best”
“Coworking is so fantastic...with Workville specifically I love the central location.”
“I like the Easy Midtown location and the relaxed attitude of the Workville team: can do, will do.”
“Natural light is something that’s extremely important to me in a workspace and for my productivity.”
“Workville is hands down the best coworking space in NYC”
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