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A Shared Coworking Office Space
It's not an office ,it's a collective
The Fueled Collective
The Fueled Collective is a shared working space in Manhattan that’s home to over 30 of the most exciting startups in NYC. At the collective, we share a love of plush leather couches, impeccably designed conference rooms, year round ice cream, and ping pong tournaments…not to mention, amazing views of lower Manhattan and a killer snack bar!
Located in the famous Prince Building in Manhattan's swanky SoHo district, the Collective’s neighbors include notable startups like Thrillist, Foursquare and ZocDoc. The neighborhood has all you can ask for and more. SoHo is a high end-shopping district that is home to Manhattan's poshest restaurants, hippest nightlife, and coolest companies. We live in the center of the universe.
The space boasts a full floor of high-ceilinged, open layout workspace. Six-foot windows drench the entire space in sunlight, and in cool weather let in plenty of fresh air. The space offers 9 impeccably designed conference rooms, wide desks, ergonomic chairs, and sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline. It just feels good to work here.
A mashup of old-world aesthetic, high-tech nerd chic and SoHo style gives our space a design that is one of a kind. Our meeting rooms are all individually designed with old English library motifs, yet all have modern flat screens and Apple TVs. Here, antiques mix with digital equipment to create a style that is all our own.
So you want more than just a pretty workplace and a cool space? How about 24 hour access, ridiculously high-speed WiFi, free ice cream, snacks and drinks, a kitchenette and lunch area, gourmet coffee freshly brewed throughout the day, big comfortable couches and, oh yeah, a ping pong table. There’s even an interior balcony that lets us check out what our friends at Foursquare are up to.
We have two wings of high-ceilinged, light-flooded space on the top floor of 568 Broadway, home to such notable start-ups as Foursquare, ZocDoc, and Thrillist. Our freshly-renovated space boasts twelve-foot ceilings, themed conference rooms, wide desks and ergonomic chairs, and a flexible layout that encourages innovative spark. Sleek design abounds: our rooms are part English study, part modernism, and all style.
in good company
So, what do you get?
Fresh popcorn every afternoon!
Hottest location in Soho
A sugar rush with our free snack bar
An all year round ice cream cart
6 old library style meeting rooms
Killer coffee bar. We criminalize decaf!
Totally rad ping pong table
And... our dope chillout couch
And all this costs…
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