WHAT DOES

“COWORKING” MEAN?

Coworking is a place where freelancers, remote workers, small business owners, and other independent professionals can work together in a shared, common room-like setting that is membership based. This means that people who come from all different industries can rent a desk. The work environment is shared, but everyone is working independently. This type of environment also allows for coworkers to share ideas and network with each other. Coworking is a solution to being isolated while working. This is perfect for freelancers and others who work from home.

OUR HISTORY

The (co)working space is the first of it’s kind to open in the state of New Jersey. The company was originally started up by Noelle Stary and Eric Duchin in 2009 as Launchpad Creatives. In 2012, Eric left the company Noelle did some rebranding which included changing the name to the (co)working space. In the same year, the idea of coworking began to expand across the state. Noelle has been a speaker at the GCUC, Global Coworking Unconference Conference. Currently, coworking is growing at a rate of 500% year over year. As coworking grows, Noelle hopes to grow with it by building a community of coworkers through owner occupied buildings. Do you want to open your own (co)working space? Contact us here.

WHAT WE OFFER

The (co)working space offers new and upcoming small business an opportunity to have office space without having to spend a lot of money. We offer all different types of memberships to fit each and every kind of coworker. There is a conference use available for use based on availability. We offer complimentary coffee, tea, and water. Our Wi-Fi is also complimentary as well as black and white printing.