If you’re a North Brooklynite seeking a co-working space, you’re in luck. This Thursday, a new office from San Francisco’s Makeshift Society is opening in Williamsburg and it will not only provide space for those seeking a desk, but also for any creative-types who need access to items like sewing machines, tools, video equipment and cameras.
According to Brownstoner, the new space will boast 4,000 square feet of space, 17-foot high ceilings and a “clubhouse” feel. Members will have access to “conference rooms, lockers, pop-up retail (on the upper level), printers, projectors and a kitchen.” On top of that, Makeshift will host classes and events on the regular.
There are five levels of membership ranging in price from $50 to $500 with the lowest level giving members access to the space once per month and the highest level including access 5 days per week, 6 hours of conference room access, discounts on classes and day passes, a reserved desk, and a private filing cabinet. For those who only need a working space intermittently, there are $20 day passes.
Makeshift Society will be located near the North-South Williamsburg border at 55 Hope Street near Havemeyer Street. For now, the space will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays. Weekend hours will be announced in the near future.
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