Rockefeller Center Coworking Gets a Facelift
After completing our client survey, we came to the conclusion that it is time to expand our coworking footprint. For the past several years, our Rockefeller Center coworking business lounge has been a cross between a place to work and a place to relax. There was no separation between the two. Year over year, the space has grown to a point that it could not handle the traffic.
We quickly decided to convert two windowed offices into the workspace component of our coworking space. This allowed the lounge to be what it was originally intended, a place to relax and get away from work.
To provide the best work experience, the rooms will be split into two settings; one will be a quiet room with no cell phones while the other is more relaxed. These two rooms will be exclusive to virtual office clients that subscribe to the coworking space.
Once we announced our intent, we immediately received positive feedback from our private office members, as well as the virtual office clients that have access to the space.
About Workspace by Rockefeller Group
Since 1994, Workspace by Rockefeller Group has provided serviced office space, virtual office space and meeting rooms in Rockefeller Center and on Fifth Avenue. Our model has always been based on providing private office space, giving the upper echelon a premier office solution.
Over the past few years, there has been a shift in how people are choosing to work. Open workspace in community environments called coworking has grown in popularity. It has been important for us to remain true to our core business while finding a way to offer a contemporary office solution.
With the creation of our new coworking space, we have found a way to stay true to our core business model while offering an alternative solution. With our new coworking space, we have successfully found a way for both styles to work in the same environment.