Take it outside: Breathe in NYC’s best al fresco ‘offices’
Summer weather makes us all want to take a walk on the slower side — and, if we’re really lucky, poolside.
Take advantage of hybrid work policies, fully remote gigs or even an extended office break by getting out of your own four walls and setting up shop at one of these outdoor hubs.
Camp David at Industry City
In Brooklyn’s Sunset Park, you can settle into Camp David’s buzzy coworking space, brimming with small business owners, freelancers and entrepreneurs.
Along with furnished workspaces, a state-of-the-art content creation and production studio, gym access and a cafe, there’s a lovely outdoor courtyard with Wi-Fi.
Actually, you could work just about anywhere in these parts as Industry City offers its tenants outdoor Wi-Fi throughout the 6-million-square-foot business park, if you feel like kicking back in this waterfront nabe.
Private offices start at $1,500 per month; assigned desks start at $600 per month.
Settle into Camp David’s buzzy coworking space in Sunset Park.
Camp David has furnished workspaces, a state-of-the-art content creation and production studio, gym access and a cafe.
The workspace attracts small business owners, freelancers and entrepreneurs.
Industry City offers its tenants outdoor Wi-Fi throughout the 6-million-square-foot business park.
Read the article from New York Post here.
Learn more about leasing office space at IC here.
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