CoWork Kingston: A Communal Office Space in the Senate Garage | Chronogram Magazine

Co-Work Kingston: Your Office Awaits in Uptown Kingston's New Coworking Space

Being able to work from home is fabulous. Having no choice but to work from home is beastly. What if your option was a building in the heart of historic Uptown Kingston with herringbone brickwork, a landscaped park, and comfy lounges? Welcome to CoWork Kingston.

“There’s a phenomenal professional synergy that goes on,” says Don Tallerman, who cofounded CoWork in the historic Senate Garage with his wife Judy. “We’re building a community of creative entrepreneurs, and the benefits are exponential. When we're putting together a project for Dragon360 (the largest tenant of Cowork Kingston), there are always freelancers nearby, so we can say, ‘Hey, we need a copywriter. Hey, you do web design, right?’ We can brainstorm in person, work things up on the spot. It’s just a whole lot better than your bedroom.”
The recently renovated industrial-chic facility offers individual spaces at $375 a month (all included) and office areas suitable for teams of 2 to 6, with 24-hour access and wifi. “There’s a Google sort of vibe—we have phone booths, conference rooms, a lounge, a shared kitchen, and a Foosball table,” Tallerman says. “And you’re in the upstairs of the Senate Garage, where all kinds of events go on including Hudson Valley tech meetups.

“People who are used to a city pace and came up here for the quality of life appreciate being able to walk to so many quirky and smart places to eat, shop, or grab a beverage—and all the while you’re walking distance from the Manhattan bus and just 20 minutes from the Rhinecliff Amtrak station.”
People used to a couch potato pace may find that the camaraderie gives them a a bracing breath of truly fresh air and a whole new lease on creative life,. Schedule a tour by calling or emailing April: [email protected] or (914) 388-7357.

About The Author

Anne Pyburn Craig

Anne's been writing a wide variety of Chronogram stories for over two decades. A Hudson Valley native, she takes enormous joy in helping to craft this first draft of the region's cultural history and communicating with the endless variety of individuals making it happen.

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