The freshest iteration of a renovated garment warehouse, our South Williamsburg coworking space has industrial vibes on all seven levels. With a sweet location in one of Brooklyn’s most popular neighborhoods, it’s the place to be for those who like to keep things more low-key in the outer boroughs, but still want access to plenty of bars and restaurants. Strolling under the bridge leads to street art and river parks, providing creatives and startups with plenty of inspiration. For drivers, there’s easy parking, and immediate access to the BQE and Williamsburg Bridge. MTA commuters find the Marcy Avenue J, M, and Z subway station close by. Grow your business in one of New York’s hippest neighborhoods at WeWork South Williamsburg.
It’s an exciting area, with tons of bars and restaurants in every direction. There’s parking in the area, and easy access to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and the Williamsburg Bridge. The Marcy Avenue J, M, and Z subway station is a 10-minute walk from the building. Expand your business in one of New York’s most sought-after neighborhoods at WeWork South Williamsburg.
JoseMarch 12, 2019 at 4:11 pm
This WeWork is out in the sticks located on the waterfront under the Williamsburg bridge. Like anywhere it has its good and it’s down sides.
There is a partial view of the Williamsburg Bridge which is nice, and although the area has a bit of a desolate feel it seems pretty safe and is only a few streets away from the subway at Marcy Avenue.
You can get a parking spot if you choose the right time but when it is busy parking can be scarce just like in other areas of the city.
WeWork has converted the building from what used to be a textile factory and they have managed to keep the look and feel of the building, avoiding an overly modernised look. It is a great working space and has all the usual things you will find in other locations in the WeWork chain.
There is beer, coffee, fruit water and tea as standard. However this one also has a top of the range coffee machine that makes amazing cappuccino! There are sodas available, craft beers on tap, and they also have some rather nice cider. There’s no shortage of power outlets and you always get good WiFi signal. Most of the office rooms I saw were for teams of 2-3 or possible 4-6 people, there were small booths, and also the usual communal areas. I would assume these could be turned into larger conference rooms. I did not see a large conference room that would be suitable for over 50 people but there may well be one, but mostly it seems to be the small and medium sized offices as I mentioned before. The restrooms are clean and the décor is always nice. It is accessible – the ramps and the elevator make is suitable for people with physical challenges.
There’s a couple of dining places just down the street. This review is mostly about the first floor, but the third floor is also nice but has less amenities. The lounge is smaller but nicer too.
ThomasMarch 29, 2019 at 4:21 pm
WeWork are well known for shared office spaces and this one really is one of the best. WeWork usually take large buildings and concert them into working desks, offices and so on, right up to large conference rooms that can house 100+ people.
I visit this location often as I have a customer based here and I have to say I look forward to my visits. There are a number of tenants in the building all renting their desk, office space or the conference rooms. It is a great asset for a small business.
The décor of the building is great and there are kitchens where you can get a variety of different beverages and snacks.