The Harlem Collective offers affordable co-working space for the neighborhood’s creative locals. Join our community of start-ups, writers, professionals and artists to share not only office space but, also, leads and contacts, inspiration and ideas. Rent a desk, a private office or an artist's studio and enjoy our collaborative's support for a day, a week, a month or until your Series-A (or first major gallery show). We've got you.
Ten private offices and six dedicated desks are now available to rent:
The new offices are larger and offer increased privacy, ranging in size and configuration to accommodate two to six coworkers comfortably. Monthly memberships begin at $700, and new members will enjoy 25% off November membership*
New dedicated desks in the garden atrium offer great sunlight for those who prefer to work in an open-plan setup. Dedicated Desk monthly memberships begin at $350
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We offer a work space for every work style:
Offices with a door you can close when you need privacy (or want to cackle recklessly at the quote you just got from your web site designer)
Dedicated Desks in our open-plan spaces for folks who like an airy, social vibe
Hot Desks in a shared space for a day or a week—at a price that can’t be beat
Artist Studios for, well, making a mess with creative abandon
Partnership grows when creative ideas collide. All members enjoy access to:
The Members Lounge for taking a meeting, catching up on some reading or caffeinating after lunch
Our Community Garden, where you’ll find lounge furniture, picnic tables, umbrellas and even a hammock for a critical power nap
Quarterly Networking Events for meeting other members or introducing your business partner to your apartment partner
Enterprise class bandwidth (“strong WiFi”)
Complimentary coffee and filtered water
We’re proud of our diverse membership, representing an array of industries and personal backgrounds, ethnicities and viewpoints. The best businesses rely on multiple perspectives, so we embrace inclusive policies and practices that will foster that diversity— from how we market the Collective to the community events we host.
And we’re extra proud to be a contributing member of the Harlem community where we’re located. You’ll find community board members in our ranks, as well as local non-profits and social good entrepreneurs.
We also partner with community groups to offer free meeting space to organizations that add to the neighborhood.