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7 NYC Co-Working Spaces for Digital Nomads

by Berit Baugher

7 NYC Co-Working Spaces for Digital Nomads
Greenery and great views at Primary. Photo courtesy of Primary.

Passing through town and in need of a place to work? Let us point you in the right direction with seven New York City co-working spaces that offer day passes.

NEW YORK CITY - Mixing work and pleasure while traveling is becoming more and more common, so finding a nice space with reliable WiFi in an unfamiliar place is of the utmost importance — even when you're on vacation. New York City is home to dozens of co-working spaces, many of which offer day passes, but perks like yoga classes, concierge services, and nap rooms make a few stand out. Settle in at one of these seven beautifully designed spaces, including Fathom's very own home base.


Primary - New York City 

The cafe at Primary. Photo courtesy of Primary.

Primary

Location: Financial District

What's to love: We're partial to the wellness-minded co-working space Fathom calls home. Modern furnishings, beautiful travel photographs from Cereal co-founder and photographer Rich Stapleton, and an abundance of green plants create a warm and inviting environment. A fully-stocked coffee bar with super friendly baristas churns out lattes and serves an assortment of baked goods — including impossibly delicious vegan muffins from Brooklyn Whiskers. There's a fitness studio with a roster of classes that range from yoga and meditation to bootcamp and group runs, making it easy to take a mid-day self-care break and freshen up in the sleek locker room with changing rooms and showers. Also on offer: an assortment of interesting talks and networking events.

Included: WiFi, coffee, tea, bike storage, access to private phone booths and locker rooms.

Cost: $30 per day with a $20 fee for any class. Fathom readers can take advantage of a special monthly rate of $413 or weekly rate of $75.


 Spacious - New York City

The scene at Public. Photo courtesy of Spacious.

Spacious

Locations: Bowery, Chelsea, East Village, Nolita, Williamsburg

What's to love: New York City is home to many beautifully designed restaurants that stay closed until dinner service. Spacious makes use of unused restaurants like DBGB Kitchen & Bar and MP Taverna by repackaging them as a comfortable place to work. Private meetings rooms are available upon request.

Included: WiFi, coffee, and tea.

Cost: Your first week is free. After that, it's $29 per day or $95 per month.


 Spaces - Long Island City

A common area at Spaces. Photo courtesy of Spaces.

Spaces

Location: Long Island City

What's to love: The first U.S. outpost of the European-born co-working brand is located in the historic Falchi building. Along with a more grown-up look and feel, members can take advantage of onsite concierge services for help with everything from dry cleaning to IT support to floral arrangements. A packed calendar of social and learning events gives guests an opportunity to mingle. Meeting rooms are available for an additional fee.

Included: WiFi, concierge, and access to social and learning events.

Cost: $30 per day, $179 per week, and $349 per month.


 The Farm - SoHo

Farmhouse chic in SoHo. Photo courtesy of The Farm SoHo.

The Farm SoHo

Location: SoHo

What's to love: In a city that can feel like a sea of grey and black, the rustic, farm-inspired interiors are a nice change of pace. Decorated with wood from salvaged barns, the warm and open office space has a treehouse hideaway, nap room, private phone booths, and is home to Blueprint Health Accelerator, a community for healthcare entrepreneurs. Additional access to conference rooms is included with monthly memberships.

Included: WiFi, coffee, and tea.

Cost: $25 per day, $250 per month for a communal desk, and $400 per month for a dedicated desk.


 The Yard - New York City

The lobby cafe at The Yard Lower East Side. Photo courtesy of The Yard.

The Yard

Locations: Financial District, Flatiron, Herald Square, Lincoln Square, Lower East Side, and Williamsburg. Columbus Circle and Gowanus opening soon.

What's to love: One of the city's larger co-working networks offers a place for travelers to find focus and balance. Decor is contemporary and classic with lots of mid-century modern furniture and a bright color palette. Honesty markets offer premium snacks like Justin's peanut butter cups and Boom Chicka Pop popcorn.

Included: Access to a kitchen, shared common spaces, phone booths, WiFi, water, coffee, tea, and events.


Cost: $35 per day. Monthly rates vary by location and start at $275 per month for open co-working.


 Voyager HQ - New York City

Travelers at work. Photo courtesy of Voyager HQ.

Voyager HQ

Location: Chelsea

What's to love: In addition to providing a place to work, the club is a space designed for travel industry folks — startup founders, investors, and corporations — to network. A full kitchen, regular happy hours, and exclusive roundtable discussions provide opportunities for members and guests to interact with one another.

Included: WiFi, access to printers, and coffee.

Cost: $30 per day, $250 for a 10-day pass, and $400 per month.


 Bond Collective - New York City

A common area at Bond Colletive. Photo courtesy of Bond Collective.

Bond Collective

Location: Financial District, Flatiron, Gowanus

What's to love: The industrial-chic spaces are some of the best looking in town, with plush upholstered furniture in jewel tones and old-world finishes like Turkish rugs. Curated programming brings members together with regular happy hours, member panels, and the occasional massage day. Dogs are welcome at several locations.

Included: WiFi, coffee, water, tea, beer, bike storage, and unlimited printing.


Cost: $40 per day, $250 for a 10-day pass. Monthly rates vary by location and start at $350 per month for open co-working.


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Berit is an editor at Fathom. You can follow her on Instagram and Pinterest. She travels for sweets and beautiful design.

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