With work habits changing, the popularity of working from home is growing. Related Companies anticipated the demand for co-working spaces at several of their properties including Fifteen Hudson Yards and Abington House. Executive vice present Brian Cho tells the New York Times, “We noticed people were bringing their laptops to work among their neighbors.”
At Fifteen Hudson Yards, the first opportunity to live at Hudson Yards, residents will enjoy the Atelier, a dedicated communal work space. High up on the 51st floor, the Atelier will feature large communal working tables, a computer bar and lounge seating, with incredible views of the Hudson River and city skyline. At luxury rental Abington House, resident Maani Safa frequently works from home and hosts group meetings in the building’s co-working space and says that “an office should be about invoking a feeling of creativity and calm.”
Read more about Luxury Buildings’ Latest Amenities: Co-Working Spaces on The New York Times.