NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. - Freelance, start-up and remote workers are being offered an opportunity to escape their home office in favor of a more collaborative work space in the heart of downtown New Rochelle.
CoWork Westcehster - the brainchild of the company’s President Steve Rosenthal - will provide entrepreneurs a collaborative work space in New Rochelle, where “ideas can be hatched, connections can be made, projects can take flight and community can be developed.”
According to Rosenthal, CoWork Westchester - which is scheduled to officially open on Wednesday, June 1 at 2 Clinton Place - features a contemporary design, funky meeting rooms and varied workspace; offering all the support of a traditional office environment.
As the Executive Director and founder of Cross-Cultural Solutions, a non-profit enterprise that enables volunteering and cultural exchanges in the developing world, Rosenthal brings a wealth of experience to downtown New Rochelle.
“Cross-Cultural Solutions exists to bring people together, and CoWork Westchester does the same. We’ve got a fabulous, open, ad-agency type space, just a short walk from the train in New Rochelle and we are excited to share it with our friends and neighbors in Westchester County,” he said.
“This is the kind of space that you don’t typically see in Westchester. It’s widely known as some of the best workspace (in the area).”
Rosenthal notes that as the world becomes increasingly digitized, and more people work remotely, CoWork Westchester offers the chance to get out of the house and share thoughts and ideas with peers.
“Coworking is a new way that people work. Many people work in home offices that would like to get out of the house and be with other people. Small businesses enjoy having a small office within a larger workplace,” he said. “The coworking environment is very collaborative and creative. People find camaraderie and networking opportunities.”
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