Manhattan’s skyscrapers may be known for their cubicle dwellers, but some companies are rethinking the traditional work space. At the “Office of the Future” conference in Midtown, commercial landlords and tenants gathered to discuss trends in non-traditional work spaces. Top on their list: coworking.
The practice of sharing office space to save money and to network, which got into swing with WeWork in 2010, appears on the rise. Still, the movement hasn’t taken full hold in the boroughs outside Manhattan.
One couple is trying to put the business model to work in Queens.