With two locations in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Creative League is easily accessible to many neighborhoods from South Slope to Prospect Heights and from Bed-Stuy to Carroll Gardens. Soon, we'll reach Clinton Hill, Vinegar Hill, and Downtown Brooklyn. 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.Explore Our Locations›
Coming soon! Our newest location is opening in 2021 and is conveniently located in Clinton Hill, with Fort Greene and the Brooklyn Navy Yard within a short walk. Email us to join the waitlist.
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 community is made up of seasoned 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
Reasons We Love New York City: Stories of Resiliency During Crisis by TYTHE Design and Aly Miller
Here at Brooklyn Creative League, we love hearing about how our members collaborate with one another. It happens all the […]Read More ›
Safe Coworking: COVID-19 FAQs and Answers
We’ve been doing a lot here at BCL to keep our community and the NYC community at large, safe. We’ve […]Read More ›
General BCL Frequently Asked Questions and Answers (FAQ)
Learn more about the memberships, experiences, and services available at Brooklyn Creative League in this short FAQ.Read More ›
Updated & Enhanced Safety Policies
‘Tis the season of good news and bad news. The good news is that we’ve got two covid vaccines on […]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.”