The 7th floor waiting area at Congregate by Industrious.

It’s hard to imagine a better location than that of Congregate by Industrious. Not only is this Midtown Manhattan office space only a few blocks from Bryant Park, Grand Central, New York Public Library, and Times Square — putting some of the city’s most storied sites within walking distance — but also the building itself is a landmark in its own right. In 1907, Andrew Carnegie had it constructed as a gift to The Engineering Society, whose members included the likes of Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla. Its limestone and brick facade still houses a number of original features, including its tall ceilings and ornate lobby.
 
Congregate by Industrious.

Today, Congregate by Industrious occupies the building’s seventh, eighth, and ninth floors, providing members with a range of purpose-built spaces designed for everything from brainstorming and networking to conference calls and focus work.

Community managers make sure that there’s always a fresh pot of coffee in the kitchen, as well as complimentary breakfast in the morning and a snack in the afternoon.

There are a range of conference rooms available for teams of different size, perfect for a quick one-on-one, client meeting, and everything in between.

Private offices and suites gives teams of all sizes a place of their own within the larger communal workplace.

Soundproof phone booths make it easy to hop on a quick call without disturbing your teammates.

The location’s lounges are good for more than an impromptu huddle. They also make it easy to meet — and network with — some of your fellow members.

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