11 office spaces in Greenwich Village from $350 pp/m

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11 office spaces in Greenwich Village from $350 pp/m

Looking for office space with flexible terms or coworking space in Greenwich Villlage? We can help you find the perfect office that suits your work and style. Find the workspace that matches your criteria with help from experts at Workthere. 

Characterized by brick and brownstone townhomes, walkups, apartment buildings, and a diverse population with a communal culture, Greenwich Village is a favorite among New Yorkers of all ages. Residents and workers alike enjoy trendy restaurants and bars along Bleecker Street, jazz clubs or share a laugh at the Comedy Cellar, often regarded as the best comedy club in New York City. Technology and media companies such as IBM, Facebook and SquareSpace have office space here and enjoy all that Greenwich Village has to offer, including the neighborhood’s propensity to attract creative and talented employees. Other institutions located in Greenwich Village include New York University (NYU) and The Cooper Union School for art, architecture and engineering which borders the East Village.

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As a rapidly growing team, we needed a space that filled the requirements for our employees, but where we could also move into quickly. Freddie thoroughly understood our needs and nothing was too much trouble. We found the office we wanted from their first shortlist, and then visited it and got the deal done on the same day.
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