FacilitesPrivate phone boothsOnsite StaffCleaning Services
Classic BasicsHigh Speed WiFiConference Rooms
Relax ZonesLounge / Chill-out Area
Accessibility24hr Member Access
CateringFree Coffee / TeaFree Drinking Water
CommunityProfessional & social events
Stake your claim in New York City’s fastest-growing community. Bringing together creators from a variety of industries, WeWork Queens Plaza features two floors of prime office space in a neighborhood known for its industrial roots. Formerly a hub for factories and manufacturing plants, Long Island City is now a hybrid hotbed of art and business. JetBlue’s corporate headquarters is nearby, while Silvercup Studios—a NYC staple for film and television production—shoots just down the street. For those seeking cultural inspiration, MoMA PS1 and Museum of the Moving Image offer nearby access to the arts. Ample transportation options—including the E, F, M, R, N, W, 7, and G trains, the Q30, Q60, and Q101 buses, and the East River Ferry—put the entire city within reach. Build your business in a booming borough at WeWork Queens Plaza.
This is a great place to work. My company has a 7 person private office in this location but there are only three of us working in that space. I think 4 could fit comfortably, but not 7. The private offices are on the small side. The lobby areas/amenity spaces are always kept very clean and have a trendy look. The kitchen area is always well stocked with tea, coffee and delicious fruit water. There is even a beer tap in the main area with two craft beers on tap any given day. The staff is friendly and creative. They have weekly events and plenty of things are happening. This is a great place to work.
Security staff was a very cordial and professional. WeWork guest procedure allows host to see picture of any guests and is alerted of a guest arriving. Beer on tap and coffee available, with nice front desk staff. I liked the large amount of conference rooms and common area. However, I feel that the office areas should have a bit more privacy as people walking by can see into your office (e.g. add something a bit less but similar to the way they designed the glass that is shared with the neighboring tenant).