If you’ve ever wanted a change in the way that work is done, you might be interested in shared office spaces. Shared office spaces, also known as coworking spaces are becoming popular among newer workers looking to join startup companies. Shared office spaces may sound like a bad thing in which people who have their own office are forced to give up their privacy to other workers, but that’s not the case at all. Shared office space workers don’t usually even use offices, unless they decide to pay a little extra for them due to using the phone frequently, or for other reasons that would require them to have one. But usually shared office spaces are where people work in open rooms in a more collaborative function.
Shared office spaces were something that many new startups and freelancers wanted as an alternative to working from home, where they wouldn’t have to work alone and would have an opportunity to build a clientele. But now even established companies are starting to explore coworking spaces as a way to get more productive workers outside the normal office function. Shared office spaces certainly provide exposure to new ideas that could help a company, and giving workers independence could even motivate them to get more done in a day. But in addition to making new connections and becoming exposed to new ideas, shared office spaces also usually have onsite after hours activities such as snack bars, massage parlors, gyms, and other after hours activities for relaxation.
WorkvilleNYC is a shared office space facility that offers just about everything you could ask for in New York City. Here, you’ll have access to all the office equipment and amenities you need to get your business rolling, including high-speed internet, printers and copiers, coffee machines, and 24/7 building access. You can work either in an open lounge area, or you can rent private offices if you need your own space. You can also reserve conference rooms, and the main floors for meetings, private parties, and other functions, and even get a look at the city at night from one of Workville’s terraces.