Bushwick’s Market Hotel, temple of all that is good and indie, has officially become one with Nu Brooklyn: it is now a daytime coworking space.
For those who don’t know, the Market Hotel is a beloved DIY venue off the Myrtle-Broadway stop by the Bed Stuy border. A former squat that went legal and became a music venue, seeing performances by the likes of Sleater-Kinney and Ava Luna before turning out to not actually have gone legal at all when cops raided it in 2010 during a Smith Westerns show. Now, in need of income as they continue to get their act, and a liquor license, together, the Market has added a 8am to 7pm coworking space to their roster of community offerings, according to Bushwick Daily.
Market Hotel offering daytime co-working space. Super convenient transport +fast wifi +pvt desks +cool environment. [email protected]
— MARKET HOTEL (@markethotelnyc) January 25, 2017
Last January the Market Hotel triumphantly reopened, proving that DIY WILL NEVER DIE, and celebrated the occasion with what else but a two-day show.
A three-day-a-week pass will cost you $195, and a full-time spot is $245, a good deal compared to the pricey offerings of other BK coworking spaces.
Amenities include complementary in-house coffee and tea, lockers for your worldly possessions, printer and scanner access, speedy internet, private meeting rooms, a mailbox at the Market Hotel (well aren’t you the hippest), and bike storage, Bushwick Daily reported. Also, dogs (and wheelchairs) are welcome.
Email [email protected] for a pass today; whether you’re an artist or a corporate overlord, all are welcome to apply for the roughly 40 available spaces.
[H/t: Bushwick Daily]