The (Co)Working Space has recently cut the ribbon on two new locations in the state.
The new offices are located at 1346 How Lane in North Brunswick and 14 Old Bridge Turnpike in East Brunswick.
The (Co)Working Space is an office-like setting for professionals, providing the option to work locally in a coworking environment rather than working from home or commuting. The space also provides networking opportunities.
“Small business owners, entrepreneurs, and remote workers want the option to work in a community with other, like-minded people. The flexibility to have an office close to home is important to them,” Noelle Stary, founder of The (Co)Working Space, said. “We’ve heard so many members 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 book memberships, desks and offices online for each of its three locations, the other being in Woodbridge.
“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.