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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The People's Forum center will have a coffee shop and offer co-working space for nonprofit groups. 

Crown Heights »

The Ignitia office will set up in a 17,000-square-foot space once used by Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg.

Bed-Stuy »

The 30,000-square-foot space will open by summer 2017, company representatives said.

West Harlem »

Echebiri said the closing of Harlem Garage inspired him to campaign for a new co-working space.

Forest Hills »

The Austin Space opened last week at 108-14 72nd Ave. 

Forest Hills »

The Austin Space will be located at 108-14 72nd Ave.

Midtown South »

Unknwn has reportedly set up shop at a co-working space on Seventh Avenue.

Financial District »

Primary, a new co-working space on Broadway, has a focus on wellness.

Gowanus »

Other new businesses in Gowanus include a co-working space for journalists and a taco stand pop-up.

Upper West Side »

CoHatchery founders Wendy Xiao and Susann Friedrich want to create a family-friendly co-working space.

Windsor Terrace »

The space, in a former fire extinguisher store, will have 10 desks and remain open at night for events.

Crown Heights »

The new literary event aims to bring local authors and writers to the new Franklin Avenue office.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Bklyn Commons has enough space for 100 people at 495 Flatbush Ave., the company's president said.

Crown Heights »

The 20,000-square-foot Crown Heights space will have a bar and 3D printing room, the company said.

Crown Heights »

The creator of Work and Co. said demand for space has been "overwhelming" in the neighborhood recently.