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Bar Works - Times Square in New York City

Private / Coworking Space, Private Meeting Room(s), Event Space
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Alcohol Beer, Wine
Seating Capacity 40
Types of Seating Small tables, Standing bar / counter
Keywords Alcohol, Has Power, Popular
Web www.barworks.nyc  

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Bar Works is one of the most affordable co-working spaces in Manhattan. Its memberships are all inclusive with no minimum commitment or deposit. Set in an atmosphere that combines a bar, meeting facilities and co-working space it is an ideal space for both meeting your clients and working in a vibrant atmosphere. If you are a freelancer, tech startup or an attorney this space suits all. We are opening workspaces across Manhattan as well as Palo Alto and London in the short term. We have workspace venues which recently opened in Times Square and 7th Avenue and are about to launch our latest workspace venue in the Empire State Building.



All our venues have meeting rooms and conference rooms which can be hired on an hourly or daily basis at very competitive rates. Membership allows you to use all these locations for free. We offer 20% off a second person who signs up to a fixed membership. Claim your one day free pass or call or email to discuss the various membership options we have available: membership@barworks.nyc / Jericho@barworks.nyc or call: +1 646 829 1564


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  • Closed!!!

  • Lovely space. Well-lighted.

  • it’s clean and there is plenty of space, but it has no natural light. very tiny skype booths that are awkwardly furnished. i can’t do my best work here.

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