Top 4 Places to Work Remotely in New York
When you’re sent on business travel to New York City, it means one thing: your company trusts you to get the job done. It’s our job to help make sure that happens by setting you up for success.
This article has advice on a few of the best places to work remotely while you’re here.
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LMHQ 150 Broadway Fl 20 (Btwn Liberty St. And Maiden Lane)
Where moves get made. Set up shop at LMHQ (Lower Manhattan Headquarters) for a truly professional atmosphere. If you’re solo and working remotely, you can drop in for just $30/day. For a little more cash, you can get private rooms with TVs, tables and couches. Or, go all the way and host your next event here. They have one space that accommodates up to 140 people. LMHQ is like an office away from the office.
Open Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Closed on weekends.
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ACE HOTEL 20 W 29th St (At Broadway)
Energetic co-working space. Not much is free in NYC, but working at the Ace Hotel certainly is. Post up at one of the long, communal tables and plug in your MacBook Pro along with the rest of them. You’ll definitely want headphones as the room can get pretty loud, and there’s music playing on top of that. One added bonus is that servers will bring anything from snacks to full meals right to your table—letting you stay in the zone while you work. Small meetings aren’t private, but they are comfortable on the couches scattered about the room. When it comes to New York Hotels, this one should be one every business travel checklist.
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The Farm 447 Broadway 2nd floor, New York
Working remotely requires an environment that allows for focus and productivity. That’s exactly what business travelers will get at The Farm, located in the heart of SoHo. Providing daily or monthly passes, you will have access to high-speed WiFi and conference room spaces. The Farm is also located near all major subway lines, allowing for convenient transportation.
Daily Pass Hours: M-F 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monthly Members: 24/7 Access
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TEEM 1463 5th Avenue (Between 118th & 119th)
All about business. TEEM is sunny, open and very professional. The NY workspace mainly caters to individual workers vs. teams, but that makes it a quiet and productive respite from the clamor of New York City. Though, some background music is likely going to be playing. You get just the basics when it comes to food and drink—you’ll find snacks and coffee if you need them. However, there is a convenient kitchen that you’ll have access to while working. If you need to make a call or take a break, there is a phone booth and lounge area that are perfect.
Open Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Closed on weekends.
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