N.J. coworking space announces expansion efforts

By Emily Bader
Woodbridge | Nov 19, 2019 at 5:30 am

The (co)working space of Woodbridge is expanding, it announced on Monday.

Using a new licensing model, the company said in a news release it will built out and open new coworking spaces throughout New Jersey. The first location, in New Brunswick, is slated for completion in December 2019, and an East Brunswick location is scheduled to open in early 2020.

The company said it provides professionals the opportunity to work locally in a coworking environment rather than working from home or commuting out of town.

“Small business owners and entrepreneurs want the option to work in a community with other, like-minded people. The flexibility to have an office as close as possible to home is important to them,” Noelle Stary, founder of the (co)working space, said. “We’ve heard so many entrepreneurs say, ‘If only your space was in my town.’ So, we’re taking steps to license our brand and open new spaces in other local communities.”

Prospective members can currently view and pre-book memberships, desks and private offices through its website. Additionally, memberships can be reserved for single-person desks or private offices.

“The (co)working space offers freelancers, remote workers, small business owners, and other independent professionals an opportunity to have office space without having to spend a lot of money,” Stary said. “The (co)working space offers a variety of memberships to fit each and every type of coworker. There are conference rooms available for use based on availability. The space offers complimentary coffee, tea, and water, Wi-Fi and black and white printing. Members of the (co)working space, are eligible for marketing services through 20 Lemons LLC, a full-service, strategic marketing company based out of the (co)working space of Woodbridge.

“We offer our members the opportunity to be around other people, have enough space to be comfortable, be productive, and be professional without feeling like they are in a corporate office,” she said. “We want to create a community outlet for people in to work, interact, grow their businesses, and business networks while staying in their own community.”

Emily Bader | ebader@roi-nj.com | emilybader