222 Broadway 19th Floor New York, NY 10038
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Finding Coworking Space at City Hall
In Manhattan's Financial District, this ten-story coworking space at City Hall puts you right across the street from the Fulton Center transit hub. You’ll have easy access to the 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, J, Z, N, and R subway lines—other lines a mere 10-minute walk. The proximity of government offices and city courts makes this location ideal for lobbyists and lawyers, but it attracts everyone from one-person startups to huge corporations across all industries. One look and you’ll see how this New York office space keeps that buttoned-up, professional feeling without losing that youthful charisma.
Lockable office space for teams all sizes
On-demand access to shared workspace and common areas
Location222 Broadway 19th Floor New York, NY 10038
4, 5, 6, 2, 3, A, C, E, J, Z, R, PATH
Rapid Park ($592/month, $26/day), Little Man Parking ($24/day), Quik Park Nassau ($25/day)
West Side Highway (Henry Hudson Parkway) and FDR
Park Row/Ann St., Broadway/Cortland St., Church St./Cortland St., West St./Liberty St
Storage available. CitiBike station nearby
Staten Island Ferry
Unique to this building
Rows of hooks and racks keep your prized bicycle safe on the premises.
Electric vehicle charging stations
You've got the environment covered so we've got you covered; just plug your car into our electric vehicle charging stations to charge while you work.
A designated, private, lockable, and comfortable space for new mothers - complete with a refrigerator, and sink for your convenience.
With a projector, sound system, and lighting controls, lounges are easily converted for members’ meetups.
Exposure to natural light can improve mood, energy, alertness, and productivity.
Whether you’re a nursing mother, need to pray, or looking to meditate, you can rely on this lockable, serene room.
Sometimes the only way to be productive is to take a break and let yourself play.
Professional & social events
From workshops to thought-leader panels and cheese tastings, our programming helps you nurture a strong team culture.
Around the clock, our cleaning crew helps keep common areas, meeting rooms, and private offices looking their spiffiest.
Hook yourself up to hard-wired Ethernet or secure Wi-Fi, including IT support and guest log-in functionality.
Unique common areas
The heart-and-soul of our locations, these lounges are living-room-style spaces designed for creativity, comfort, and productivity.
These semi-private alcoves provide comfortable sanctuaries on every floor for conducting private calls and video chats.
Every floor has its own space stocked with a business-class printer, office supplies, and paper shredder.
Enjoy complimentary fresh fruit water, micro-roasted coffee, and tea, or prep your lunch with refrigerators, microwaves, and dishwashers.
Mail & package handling
From envelopes to boxes and special deliveries, our community team is here to help with your mail and package handling.
From brainstorming rooms with whiteboards and high-top tables to conversation rooms for informal meetings to presentation rooms with projectors and speakers, to specialty rooms, we've got you covered.
Stay caffeinated with free micro-roasted coffee, tea, and keep your hydration up with refreshing fruit water at every WeWork location.
Events at 222 Broadway
Whether you’re seeking knowledge, inspiration, or just a good time, there’s always something worthwhile happening here. Check out our latest events:
Real Estate Lunch and Learn
The community management team adds a personal, professional touch to each WeWork building and is committed to empowering members in every possible way.
Our Unique Contribution to City Hall Office Space
Open and airy, our space at City Hall is playful but refined. Each floor is themed differently—you’ll move from indoor park to whimsical circus to mid-century modern as you move on up. The views in every direction from this towering building are unbelievable: to the north—there’s the Empire State Building, to the east—the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges, and to the west—One World Trade Center. Miguel McKelvey, one of WeWork’s founders, even helped spray paint the thousands of floppy disks in the elevator lobby. Take your break to the next level at our old-school video game lounge on the 21st floor. It’s got a 4TV array and classic Nintendo installed for your gaming pleasure. You’ll be hard pressed to find workspace as energizing as this, especially in the Financial District.