At places like 3rd Ward in Brooklyn, entrepreneurs, artists, and writers can share space and ideas to further their careers.

Coworking is a fantastic way to cut costs, share a professional space, and engage with other independent, creatively-driven individuals in a collaborative environment–especially in New York City. It's a social space balanced neatly between coffee shop and large office, and they're popular for a lot of reasons.

Coworking venues enable entrepreneurs or start-ups, artists, web developers, writers, and others to meet in a common space that fosters ideas and networking. They're an obvious hub for finding the right people to give your business a creative edge – or to find the kind of business that wants the creative edge you have to offer. Today, independent workers make up 30% of the American workforce; it's important to have central, buzzing locations like these to provide individuals with the structure and support they need.

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