Step inside Brooklyn Commons

From the moment you enter Brooklyn Commons, you will feel your creativity flow.

The family-owned coworking and event space was first founded in Flatbush, and quickly expanded to Bushwick .

This local oasis has become the working hub to creatives from all walks of life. The beautiful new facility is conveniently located near the J, M, and Z train lines and is just across the street from Brooklyn’s Woodhull hospital. Whether you require a quiet private space, thrive in a busy open space, or find inspiration in the sounds of the city- Brooklyn Commons has the space for you.

Open desk

Open Desk Workspace

Starting at $300 a month, the open desk rental gives you a shared working space to utilize your basic office needs. A high speed internet connection and printer and scanning services are among the many options.

Dedicated desk

A glimpse into active members space

Starting at $350 a month, a dedicated desk allows you to reserve that perfect spot you want to keep returning to. This concept is still in a shared space, but it’s best served for those who want to make a long term commitment to using the facility.

Private office

Starting at $550 a month, a private office (not pictured) gives you the option to make the space your own. “We have a member that does bags, so when you go in it looks like her retail shop,” explains Laura Jean-Jacques, Brooklyn Commons’ events manager.

Virtual Office

If you don’t need a dedicated work space, but want a professional address for your small business, the virtual office option is a great fit. Starting at $99 a month, the staff at Brooklyn Commons will receive your mail for you and allow you to pick it up at your convenience.

Additional Spaces

One of the three conference rooms available to Brooklyn Commons members.
The largest event space

In addition, Brooklyn Commons members have access to conference rooms, event halls and even a recording studio for rental at additional cost. Conference room rates range from $30-$80 per hour and event space pricing starts at $250 per hour. Brooklyn Sound has permanent residence in the recording studio, but once taping is complete, hourly rentals are offered starting at $60 and hour.

Members can rent the recording studio for a show or podcast.

By February 2018, a photography studio will be added to the list of options for members in need of photo session space.

Break time

This is not your average kitchen!

When you’re ready for a break, Brooklyn Commons has well stocked kitchen spaces on each floor. There are selections of coffee, tea, water and Rebbl drinks at your disposal, along with shared refrigerators and microwaves. The option to host an intimate event near the large kitchen is one of our personal favorite perks.

A more intimate break area

The Art

A large wall mural

In every area of the space you will find unique works of art. The space was thoughtfully designed by Katie Vitale, who also worked to bring the first facility in Flatbush alive. From the staircase and halls to the bathroom walls, you will be swept away by the Bushwick location’s aesthetically pleasing environment.

A light piece in the staircase
Bathroom breaks never looked this good
They had us at “Biggie” wallpaper mixed with the theme of Brooklyn
Can you guess who these animal portraits represent?

The community

With the buildings’ open spaces, budding entrepreneurs, new businesses, and aspiring creatives have an opportunity to network among their like minded peers. Brooklyn Commons’ community vibe has given birth to member collaborations and new ventures–you could meet your next business partner here.

One of the lounge areas

Non-Members are welcome too

There isn’t a push to get every person to commit to monthly or annual memberships. Non-members are allowed to book any of Brooklyn Commons’ spaces (outside of private offices) on an hourly basis. This truly is workspace when you need it. For more information visit Brooklyn Commons online.

Brooklyn Commons
7 Marcus Garvey Blvd
Brooklyn, NY 11206
Ph: 718-260-6441
Twitter/Instagram: @Bklyncommons
Facebook: Bklyncommons