Find your coworkers.

No one should have to feel like they're on their own! There are communities of people all over New York City who are gathering to share space and help each other. We are here to help you find your people.

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You work for yourself, but that doesn't mean you have to work by yourself.

All around New York City, communities are forming among people who want to connect with each other, so nobody has to go it alone. We're here to ensure anyone who works for themselves can find the people and the resources they need to thrive.

We aspire to make New York City the world's first "indie-friendly city." If you work for yourself and want to find your tribe of coworkers, we're here to help.

So, what next? We've got some options for you!

Join our Meetup group!

Our Coworking Community NYC Meetup Group is home to a community of people who connect online and work from various coworking spaces, cafes, and other spots throughout the city. If you're new to the city or just looking to connect, this is a great place to get started.

Visit a local independent coworking space!

Wherever you are in the metropolitan area, chances are that there's an independently run, community-focused coworking community near you. Scroll down to see some of the featured communities that support our network!

Want to start a new coworking space of your own?

There's a whole global movement of people who are learning and sharing with each other every day. Join the Coworking Google Group, visit the Coworking Blog, or check out the Coworking Wiki.

You can also learn a bunch about how to build great culture in a coworking space by reading NWC co-founder Tony Bacigalupo's eBook, No More Sink Full of Mugs: Lighten your workload, increase participation, and build better culture in your coworking space.

Featured communities

Civic Hall
Makeshift Society
Con Artist Collective
Lower East Side
Compound Cowork
Lefferts Gardens
Shared Brooklyn
Red Hook
Impact Hub