"The 'granddaddy' of NYC coworking spaces"
Fred Wilson, September 2010
"I learned so much from them that I otherwise might not have known. The environment and people were really open and willing to share."
Campbell McKellar, Inc Magazine, July 2011
"New Work City, an exposed-brick den of freelancers...
open to anyone who can obey the simple house rules...
1. Show up, 2. Bring some work to do, 3. Don't be a jerk."
New York Times, May 2011
"'Maybe we're a little bit insane,' she said with a laugh. 'But it's fun.'"
New York Times, July 2010
"No one is good at working for themselves at first... some of the people there have been doing this for 10 years, so they help you out and give you advice."
Fox Business News, June 2011
"Somewhere between the executive suite and your corner coffee shop lies New Work City."
NY1, January 2010
"There's not any kind of jockeying or power-play politics... no one is competing here."
NPR, January 2010
"Professional nomads can work in relative quiet and even socialize around the coffee pot, or copier"
The Wall Street Journal, December 2009
"In the end, it is camaraderie, community and connectedness that fuel this trend."
Entrepreneur Magazine, October 2010
"New Work City is more than just a Manhattan coworking center; it might even turn out to be a movement."
WebWorkerDaily & GigaOm, April 2009
"Work feels like play here."
Whitney Hess, December 2008
"Our friends at New Work City are doing an amazing thing.
They are gathering a community of dedicated creative minds to work together
in a co-working environment that promotes accountability, professionalism,
and good economics."
"Introducing New Work City: NYC's Biggest Open Coworking Space Is Opening Its New Location"
Business Insider, August 2010