Being able to work from home is fabulous. Having no choice but to work from home is beastly. What if your option was a building in the heart of historic Uptown Kingston with herringbone brickwork, a landscaped park, and comfy lounges? Welcome to CoWork Kingston.
“There’s a phenomenal professional synergy that goes on,” says Don Tallerman, who cofounded CoWork in the historic Senate Garage
with his wife Judy. “We’re building a community of creative entrepreneurs, and the benefits are exponential. When we're putting together a project for Dragon360
(the largest tenant of Cowork Kingston), there are always freelancers nearby, so we can say, ‘Hey, we need a copywriter. Hey, you do web design, right?’ We can brainstorm in person, work things up on the spot. It’s just a whole lot better than your bedroom.”
The recently renovated industrial-chic facility offers individual spaces at $375 a month (all included) and office areas suitable for teams of 2 to 6, with 24-hour access and wifi. “There’s a Google sort of vibe—we have phone booths, conference rooms, a lounge, a shared kitchen, and a Foosball table,” Tallerman says. “And you’re in the upstairs of the Senate Garage, where all kinds of events go on including Hudson Valley tech meetups.
“People who are used to a city pace and came up here for the quality of life appreciate being able to walk to so many quirky and smart places to eat, shop, or grab a beverage—and all the while you’re walking distance from the Manhattan bus and just 20 minutes from the Rhinecliff Amtrak station.”
People used to a couch potato pace may find that the camaraderie gives them a a bracing breath of truly fresh air and a whole new lease on creative life,. Schedule a tour by calling or emailing April: firstname.lastname@example.org or (914) 388-7357.