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Working (Not) From Home in the Hudson Valley

August 28, 2021

As the world continues to adjust to the new normal, Hudson Valley workers are looking for alternatives to working from home or their local coffee shop. While at the start of the pandemic, it was safer and easier to hunker down on the couch with your laptop, after more than a year of remote work – with no end in sight – local entrepreneurs and remote workers are seeking a more permanent local situation.  


Whether you’re craving community, structure, or simply an escape from your day-to-day, Inside+Out is happy to connect you with this list of five distinct cowork spaces in the Hudson Valley.

BARNFOX |  Kingston, Hudson New York | @barnfoxclub

Barnfox is a work and retreat club offering beautifully designed workspaces, the standard meeting rooms, and amenities, as well as some luxe extras – including organic kombucha on tap and local snacks. No detail was overlooked by co-founders Frederick Pikovsky, a seasoned entrepreneur who launched Brooklyn’s first coworking space, and Tim Tedesco, an experience builder specializing in furniture design. A resident desk runs $325/month. There are three Hudson Valley locations in Kingston, Hudson, and Livingston Manor.



ONE EPIC PLACE  |  New Paltz, NY  | 845-232-0402  |  @oneepicplace

An impressive brick building on Main Street in New Paltz, houses One EPIC Place, the brainchild of founders Julie Robbins and Nicole Langlois, who launched the business after searching for a place for their own businesses  For $275/month, local entrepreneurs can enjoy access to shared workspaces, private offices, treatment rooms, conference rooms, a kitchen, and a studio.   Amenities include coffee and tea, as well as access to a wide range of nutritional and wellness coaching, and much more.


CO  |  Rhinebeck, NY  |  845-481-3681  |  @coworkwithco

CO is a cooperatively owned community space that has been designed for optimal productivity with an open floor plan, private spaces, private phone booths, and conference rooms boasting whiteboard walls.  Communal spaces include the kitchen and lounge areas, along with an outdoor patio and walking trails that beckon local entrepreneurs to take a break and refresh.  A resident desk will run about $350/month, with more affordable options available. 


SEVEN21 MEDIA CENTER  |  Kingston, New York | 845-331-0551  |  facebook/seven21mediacenter

Boasting 33,000 square feet of space, Seven21 Media Center is home to over 38 different boutique companies ranging from advertising to audio and video, to designers, artists, and lawyers. The brand new co-work space includes three levels of membership and a dedicated desk is listed at $249 a month.  Building services include lounges, communal kitchen, artwork, conference spaces, and a fitness center, though some may come at an additional cost. 


COWORK KINGSTON |  Kingston, New York | 845-338-3289  |  @coworkkingston

Located in the historic Senate Garage building in Kingston’s Stockade District, CoWork Kingston is a loft-like space for the local business and entrepreneurial community.  Amenities include space for drop-ins, booths for phone calls, conference rooms,  a community kitchen with coffee and tea, and beautiful communal spaces.  Monthly membership runs $350 for a dedicated desk, with more affordable options.


Still haven’t found what you’re looking for? Check out the INSIDE+OUT DIRECTORY for more Hudson Valley Cowork options.


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