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Membership fees

Facilities

Seating

Ergonomic Chairs

Catering

KitchenFree Coffee / TeaFree Drinking WaterFree Snacks

Equipment

PrinterScanner

Relax Zones

Lounge / Chill-out Area

Facilites

Personal LockersOnsite Staff

Community

Professional & social events

Classic Basics

Conference Rooms

About

TEEM is a CoWorking community for creative and professional individuals. We strive to break away from the typical office to offer a setting that facilitates effortless networking in a collaborative environment. Within our community you can MEET other like-minded and passionate individuals to expand your ideas and materialize your vision. We’re all on the same TEEM. Whether answering your questions or making a simple introduction to other members, we are here to help get the collaborative ball rolling. Why rely on serendipity, when you can MEET your next business partner in our lounge or in the kitchen while sipping a cup of coffee? TEEM is comprised of driven Entrepreneurs, Soloprenuers, Small businesses, Non-profits and other open minded individuals with the same goal: success. Whether you require a closed office, open area seating, something semi-private, or just a comfy sofa, TEEM has space for you and your team.

Reviews

Max T.
star5

TEEM is a real asset to Harlem. It's a clean, bright and functional facility with very attentive and accommodating management. It's a great place to work and a positive community to work with. Features I particularly like include: Easy access from street (ground level), strong security, good WiFi (which I require for cloud computing), friendly management, very clean bathrooms and facilities (cleaned daily), and convenient location (between 5/6 and 2/3 line, and close to new WF in Harlem, plus nearby coffee shops, cafes, etc.). Thank you TEEM for supporting entrepreneurs, start-ups and non-profits in Harlem!

Darla S.
star5

I have used this space twice. It's clean and quiet and the free coffee and granola bars are nice. However, most of the seats just sit reserved but empty, and you can't choose where you sit. The last time I was there they made everyone sit next to each other, like we are on the subway, while an entire long table sat free. No, thanks. Update: I have been back a few more times, and you still can't pick where you sit, but it has not been as crowded as the first few times. The people who work there are kind.