In the post-Covid world, working remotely is king. The perception of work has evolved into something much more flexible and we are no longer afraid to take work outside of our home office. To create a thriving work-life balance with remote work, developers of luxury residential buildings around the world add full-fledged coworking spaces as an amenity.
With this in mind, we’ve picked a few NYC buildings that have great coworking amenities and make ‘going into the office’ something to look forward to.
Positioned beside a small sandy inlet on the East River, Astoria West is designed by celebrated architecture and design firm Fogarty Finger. The amenity-driven development includes three main buildings that are arranged around a private central courtyard where residents can appreciate the outdoors in a peaceful landscaped setting. For today’s growing remote workforce, the luxury residential waterfront community features multiple spaces reserved for setting up laptops and connecting Wi-Fi – without having to order coffee (although that can be arranged). Residents can take advantage of the 12,650-square-foot rooftop pool club, private lounges, and a state-of-the-art fitness suite, as well as a wide variety of rooms designed for various activities.
The 761-unit dual-tower rental project The Copper was built by American real-estate development group JDS Development Group. Noted as one of the most architecturally significant buildings in Manhattan, it is designed by SHoP Architects and features two “dancing” towers connected by a skybridge that houses a suite of amenities including a lounge for coworking framed by stunning city and river views. The ground-floor Library is perfect for reading, getting work done, or taking a quick meeting on your way out.
The Brooklyn Tower
The Brooklyn Tower is the tallest building in Brooklyn. The skyscraper was developed and built by JDS Development Group and conceived by Krista Ninivaggi of Woods Bagot, SHoP, and HMWhite. Operated by Life Time and Life Time Work, the amenity spaces at The Brooklyn Tower are set over several floors. The Library Lounge and adjacent conference room offer quiet space to work and convene and is certainly the chicest space for Zoom calls in Brooklyn.
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