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  • huynhhai

    the sustainable community. This type of work style has been exceptionally beneficial for me as I have started to grow my small interior design business. Instead of working from home, I am able to work out of a renovated turn-of-the-century warehouse, operated 100 percent by solar power, with the added perks of connecting and collaborating with those around me. Where else can you have your own company, and together with other members, have the workforce of an entire corporation at your fingertips?

    With the influx of coworking spaces popping up in cities and neighborhoods all around the world, it's important to find a space that's the right fit for you and your business. Many spaces have a specific industry focus—from IT to sustainability to start-ups looking to partner with venture capitalists. By finding a space with a community, culture, focus, and network that aligns with you and your business, you will be in the right place to create ideas and collaborate with others effectively.
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  • Doris Yee

    I used to go in and out of the Dumbo Green Spaces building when I lived in Brooklyn. To me, closed doors are often times necessary. However, Green Spaces are nice because the walls are all glass. You never really felt closed in or isolated. I'm also "charmed" by the Green Space vibe - you often found yourself having a conversation with a stranger who is doing something inspiration or related to your work.

    I've visited a coworking space that was mainly a bunch of cubes... I don't think I ever saw that spot again after the first visit.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I am all for coworking spaces that act as community spots for entrepreneurs to meet and work. But for the corporate side that does still operate in a conventional way, I absolutely love the idea of breaking down cubicle walls and making spaces more open. It seems to take away the hierarchical structure and make everyone's contributions seem just as valuable as the higher-ups.

  • Anna Silverman

    I've been to the Green Spaces NY location, and it had a great energy.