Where to find the best office prices in New York City

For teams of all sizes, N.Y.C. is a launchpad to success—the trick is finding workspace without breaking the bank

From the artsy vibe of Brooklyn to the sleek high-rises of Midtown and the buttoned-up action of the Financial District, there’s an ideal home for your business in New York City—the difficulty is finding a space that fits your budget, too.

With so much demand and such a highly concentrated business population, finding office space in the Big Apple often comes with high competition, long-term leases, and steep upfront costs. This doesn’t account for finding space that will grow as your team grows, nor the investment in supplies, technology, and phone and internet lines required when you move into a new office.

Instead of hunting for all these things yourself, consider the benefits of flexible membership options and all-inclusive amenities offered in workspace solutions like WeWork. From a dedicated desk for a small team to a private office with its own lounges and conference rooms, you can find space for your team to thrive in New York City with WeWork.

Here are some of the best locations for your small business, freelance gig, or tech startup in New York that won’t break the bank.

Brooklyn Heights

With its heavy tech influence, Brooklyn is great for established businesses and startups alike. The growing community of entrepreneurs in this neighborhood makes for prime networking opportunities; WeWork’s frequent community events help seal the deal.

WeWork 195 Montague St in Brooklyn Heights takes up four floors and offers incredible views of the city—ideal for impressing clients and wooing potential investors. Whether you work individually or with a team, you can find an affordable space to call your own in Brooklyn with WeWork.

Greenwich Village

Charming Greenwich Village has been inspiring creative types for decades—and today supports a thriving tech scene, too. Home to Comedy Cellar, Washington Square Park, and an impressive variety of culinary destinations, this neighborhood is a lively home for your growing team—but putting down roots doesn’t have to break the bank.

Our building at 175 Varick St is a site with private offices, dedicated desks, and hot desks, so you’ll have access to whatever kind of space you need—with flexible agreements and all-inclusive amenities. This location also features a screening room and a pinball machine for when you need to take a break.

WeWork 609 Greenwich St in New York.

Financial District

Manhattan is home to the city’s financial district. With well-known landmarks like the New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street, and Federal Hall, this part of town is a thriving base for finance and law firms alike—and workspace solutions like WeWork make settling in easy.

One of WeWork’s most budget-friendly locations in this neighborhood occupies the ninth floor at 25 Broadway. A number of transportation options make getting to work a breeze. Plus, an onsite wellness club adds to the convenience.

For employees visiting or relocating to New York City, the financial district is also home to WeLive 110 Wall St, which offers fully furnished, amenity-rich apartments for a few nights or a few months.

Garment District

Whether you’re running an online T-shirt business, or leading an entire fashion movement, office space in the Garment District is where you want to be. Surround your team with historical inspiration (these are the streets of traditional tailors and silk weavers, after all) as well as modern-day success stories.

Alongside fashion entrepreneurs, you’ll find digital disruptors in our Garment District shared office. WeWork 315 W 36th St is classy, hip, and spacious, with private offices for startups as well as hot desks. Enjoy custom art and an abundance of natural light across eight, action-packed floors.

WeWork 315 W 36th St in New York.


Vibrant and culturally rich, Harlem is an up-and-coming home for your business in New York. The area is brimming with talent—ideal if you’re looking to grow your team. It’s also home to several nonprofits and budding entrepreneurs.

WeWork 8 W 126th St has the space and affordability your team needs to succeed, featuring old-world charm with wood elements and leather furnishings. This workspace is built for young professionals branching out on their own, as well as IT freelancers and web designers looking for a dedicated place to work.


Web designers, aspiring creatives, and finance contractors are hard-at-work in Queens, enjoying increased space compared to Manhattan, while still being close to the action.

WeWork 3537 36th St in Astoria is a four-story industrial space boasting neon artwork and plush seating, as well as agile workstations designed to drive productivity and keep your team engaged. Outdoor space is available here, too.

WeWork 27-01 Queens Plaza N in New York.


Beautiful loft buildings and great schools make TriBeCa a top place to live and work. It’s perfect for experienced contractors in finance or tech. It’s also a great place for newer creative companies looking for office space.

Contemporary with huge windows and white washed walls, WeWork 205 Hudson St is a welcoming and peaceful space to put down roots. You’ll love the convenience and wow-factor of meeting clients in TriBeCa, and our modern coworking space makes a powerful first impression. Here, you can find a dedicated workspace if you need to hunker down and focus or lounge areas if you tend to be a bit more chill.

Whether you’re a freelancer, startup, or established company looking to set up shop in New York, WeWork is an affordable option in an otherwise expensive city.

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