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Astoria »

AlterWork Studios will offer access to pottery kilns, sewing machines, screen-printing and more.

Astoria »

Ionyc will provide access to tools and workspace and will be located at a local community center.

Mott Haven »

Operating Manager Roger Saad said the space will make it easier for local small businesses to launch.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Artist Co-Op will offer two rehearsal rooms, a lounge area, locker rentals and other amenities.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The company is leasing 64,000 square feet of space over five floors in a building on West 43rd Street.

Flatiron »

Audrey Gelman and business partner Lauren Kassan are opening the coworking club on East 20th Street.

Greenpoint »

A/D/O at 29 Norman Ave. will open to the public late this summer, its owners said.

Chelsea »

Alley is opening its latest coworking space at 119 W. 24th St. in Chelsea.

St. George »

LaunchPads, which opened in 2014, will add more private offices and shared coworking spaces.

Long Island City »

The gym featuring co-working spaces and climbing walls will open later this summer in LIC.

Gowanus »

Brooklyn Creative League is expanding, and Coworkrs opens Aug. 1 as demand grows for co-working space.

Park Slope »

Steven Stromer wants to create a community center, coworking space and more in the Union Street space.

Prospect Heights »

The first New York location for Industrious will open in mid-March in Prospect Heights.

St. George »

Launchpads, 60 Bay St., will give people a chance to get out of their homes and coffee shops and work.

Crown Heights »

Dean Machine will charge $425 a month for cubicles accessible 24 hours a day.