The building where the day care center will soon open (Image via Google Maps) CROWN HEIGHTS — The site of a Crown Heights coworking space will soon be a day care facility. The former Electropositive [https://www.facebook.com/ElectropositiveBK/] coworking space at 639 Classon Avenue will be replaced by Magic
(Photo by Ditmas Park Corner)Kensington is joining the ranks of Brooklyn neighborhoods that lure freelancers and remote workers, who were previously relegated to noisy coffee shops or squirreled away in apartment-hermitages. And now, Kensington freelancers don’t even have to travel as far as Prospect Lefferts Gardens [http://www.
Wendy Xiao [left] and Susann Friedrich, Co-founders of CoHatchery. (Photo courtesy of CoHatchery)A summer program will soon begin that gives adults their workspace and the kids their playspace. And while the deal sounds much better for the kids, their parents get the peace of mind that the youngins’ are
As a Brooklyn freelancer, it sometimes feels like finding the perfect workspace is more of an art than a science. Sitting at home all day is too close to hermit behavior, but coffee shops are perpetually unreliable—whether it’s internet issues, noisy conversations, or live kids sing-alongs (believe it
Its really challenging to build your dream from the comfort of your home. With the bed, television, and sofa calling your name with no one looking, its easy for motivation to take a nap (literally). * Take your hustle to our state-of-the-art coworking space where the WiFi, security, furniture and utilities
For those self-employed types tired of haunting local coffee shops [/blog/food-drink/the-coffee-shop-matrix-freelancers-vs-babies], unprepared to rent out an entire office, and unable to work at home, there’s always coworking [http://www.inc.com/ss/8-reasons-consider-coworking-space]. You can get in on a shared office space for as little as $50/