Discover Brooklyn Creative League in Clinton Hill
Our space in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, is easily accessible to many neighborhoods from Vinegar Hill and Downtown Brooklyn to Fort Greene, Prospect Heights, Bed-Stuy, and Williamsburg. Most of our members walk, bike, or take mass transit to get to us, and they love the convenience of having an office that’s an easy commute for them and their teams.
Brooklyn's Original Coworking Space
Give your growing business the space it deserves. Independently owned and operated since 2009, Brooklyn Creative League is rooted in a commitment to community, collaboration, and mutual benefit.
Our coworking community in Clinton Hill is comprised of Brooklyn professionals, from writers to interior designers, financial planners to computer programmers. (In other words, we take an expansive view of what it means to be creative.)
On the Blog
3 Well-Known Writers’ Homes in Clinton Hill and Fort Greene
Brooklyn Creative League members have written a dozen books, across every major genre. Although much of these works were physically […]Read More ›
4 Unexpected Ways to Use Your Coworking Space
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How to Grow Your Business and Build Your Network Through Coworking | By Zontee Hou
Member Zontee Hou shares just a few reasons that joining the coworking community at Brooklyn Creative League has helped her business grow.Read More ›
Alice VaronExecutive Director / Certified Naturally Grown
“Great community of professionals with a friendly vibe. The co-founders have created a unique space with excellent attention to detail and service to the members. We’ve been here for nearly nine years, both in an office and at desks. It’s really been a perfect space for our small and growing non-profit.”