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Farewell cubicles! New York’s most stylish co-working space is a state-of-the-art masterpiece

Let’s get one thing straight. While working from home can be a huge step up from the cubicle cities of the corporate world, getting anything done at home can sometimes seem ridiculously hard. That’s why co-working spaces were created. And we’ve found the ultimate in co-working space in New York City: COWORK|RS.

COWORK|RS is like a home away from home (without all the distractions). Located in Gowanus, Brooklyn, these co-working spaces make coming to work fun. Yes, fun. Can you believe it?

The Gowanus COWORK|RS space is more than just a place to sit with your laptop though. It comes with a bright, modern design that’s open and unstuffy (bye, bye cubicle!), with insanely fast Internet speeds.

Need a copier or printer? An HD projector? What about a mail service? Yes, yes and yes, the Gowanus COWORK|RS space offers all this for their co-workers.

Everyone knows that productive workers are happy workers, so the Gowanus COWORK|RS space comes with gourmet eats, fresh-brewed coffee, purified water, and beer to keep you fueled. And to keep work fun, you’ll also find a foosball and ping pong table, video games, cable TV with Netflix, and a quiet room with comfy chairs to free your mind during that 3pm crash.

Members of COWORK|RS spaces even receive special discounts on places like Zipcar, Citi Bike, NYSC, and Orbitz.

Been meaning to ditch the couch for a co-working space? Check out the COWORK|RS Gowanus location here.

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About the author

Rachel Oakley is an Aussie writer based in NYC with an obsession for the creepy, cool and quirky side of life. She’ll remind you she’s a vegan every chance she gets. Her IG is filled with doggo pics: @patty_pottymouth

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