Members-Only Coworking Space ‘Grind’ In NYC

Members-Only Coworking Space ‘Grind’ In NYC

The new venture has been founded by Behance, Cool Hunting, Breakfast and Magic+Might.

Emma Hutchings
  • 12 september 2012

PSFK Presents The Future Of Work

Innovation network co: collective‘s Grind is a collaboration by Behance, Cool Hunting, Breakfast and Magic+Might is a members-only workspace and community for people to work together and share ideas. The coworking space on Park Avenue South, New York is their view of the future of work, where talent collaborates in a new way.

Members, or ‘Grindists,’ can access the space for $35 a day or $500 a month. For that, they get a workspace that stays open from 8am til midnight (or even longer if they need it all night), free coffee from Intelligentsia, conference rooms, free events from its partners, and a sustainable, high-tech environment. With an RFID-enabled membership card Grind knows you from the moment you walk in the door, so when you switch on your computer, you’re logged in straight away. If you wave your card at the lockers, it opens yours, and if you flash it at the 12-screen Gallery, your portfolio appears on the monitors. You can learn more about Grind in the video below:

Welcome to the future of work from Grind on Vimeo.


Are you a freelancer who likes to be surrounded by people when you work? Maybe you’re a new startup CEO using a coworking space to grow your company. If you’re working anyplace other than a typical office or in your home, share with us and tell us what you think the benefits are, or send us a link to a related innovation that we might have missed.  

Tweet it to us at @psfk with the hashtags #FoW #MyCoworking, for a chance to win $100 gift certificate to the social product development company Quirky.  

Over the next 4-8 weeks we want to start a conversation around what you see as possible in the Future of Work.  Be sure to follow the conversation on PSFK and participate in the daily competitions. Tweet us your ideas to @psfk using #FoW

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