Luxury NYC Buildings Introduce Stylish Co-Working Spaces

New York City
According to data gathered by from a sample of 50 Manhattan office buildings, employee workplace visits from January to May only reached an average of 56% of 2019 levels on Mondays and 68% from Tuesdays to Thursdays. 

The Partnership for New York City, a nonprofit organization, reveals that as of late January, just over 50% of Manhattan office workers were at their workplaces on an average weekday. This shift in work dynamics has driven luxury buildings to adapt and cater to the rising demand for remote work facilities, making chic co-working spaces the latest coveted perk.

According to Douglas Elliman agent Deepti Mittal, upscale buildings in New York are proactively investing in developing such spaces, recognizing the growing permanence of the hybrid work model. 

Additionally, this trend is not limited to New York alone, as South Florida projects also embrace the shift toward incorporating versatile workspaces.

Astoria West in Queens serves as an excellent illustration of this trend. The property boasts an expansive 3,000-plus-square-foot workspace characterized by light oak wood floors and large windows offering breathtaking views of the picturesque courtyard. 

The workspace is thoughtfully equipped with desks, four conference rooms, and individual offices. Moreover, it seamlessly blends with the outdoors, providing a landscaped haven adorned with beautiful flowers, trees, and a serene lawn. A long communal desk and individual workstations also enhance the outdoor experience, making it an ideal setting for productivity and inspiration.


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