The community working out of these seven floors of SoHo office space is full of diversity and eager to shake up the status quo. Once called the Printing District, this part of SoHo is now home to media and advertising companies, digital innovators, tech startups, and more. Hudson and Varick streets are lined with tasty restaurants, and you’re minutes away from Houston Hall for after-work drinks. The Houston Street station for the 1 is a block north, and three blocks southeast is the Spring Street C and E station. When you need easily-accessible office space that’s suited for a wide range of motivated companies, consider WeWork SoHo West.
alanmMarch 20, 2019 at 6:21 pm
WeWork cannot be called typical in terms of what you normally find in a co-working environment. Among the things I found were a screening Room, a recording room, a popcorn stand and a room for lactating mothers. The communal spaces boast high ceilings and there is not only espresso but also beer on tap.
RichardDarlingtonMarch 20, 2019 at 6:23 pm
This is just an amazing place to work in and I love it! Lots of open space and amenities all rounded off with the colored lights outside. It’s great!