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Hub Seventeen in New York City

Private / Coworking Space
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

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Web www.hubseventeennyc.com  

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This place is a secret. It's a clean, bright coworking space in the bottom of a Lululemon. There's fast wifi, power, tables, couches, water, restrooms. Enter the Lululemon and take the stairs down and to the left. Sometimes later in the day there are fitness classes here, when they open up the dividing wall with their main studio space. It's awesome.

Debbie is a cool lady she seems to be in charge of the space when I visited, and is there if you need her. I'm not sure what you would get but she is there. There are rolling things to roll out your muscles. There is water available, too.

Best times to work here are: between 10a and 5pm. There seems to be programming after that restricting the space.


  • Great place, love it so far.

  • Bad music, bring headphones.

  • A total gem. I almost don’t want others to know about it. Uncrowded, killer environment, top-notch location.

  • To get here to to the lulu lemon next door and go down the stairs on the left side.

  • 10 a.m.* not 10 p.m.

  • Okay, this place is pretty awesome. I’m not sure if it’s because the election just hit or what but the team that runs this place just brought out several Bronx Banners, a golden east ale, for everyone in the room. This place is awesome and free. It does seem, looking at their calendar, that they have lots of events after 5 p.m., so beware. Their website says they open at 10 p.m.

  • yes

  • Is it free?

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