Did you know that Brooklyn Creative League was one of the first coworking spaces to open in the United States? As we’ve grown and evolved over the years we’re *so* gratified by all the amazing members we’ve come to know along the way–those who have been with us from the start and those we’re just […]
It’s been over a decade since I asked my old friend, the award-winning interior designer
Malcolm James Kutner, for guidance with Brooklyn Creative League, but I remember his advice like it was yesterday: “Use honest materials.”
Our Clinton Hill coworking space is the perfect environment for writers. Our semi-private desks and offices make it easy to get work done.
Coworking spaces serve as a flywheel for innovation and technology adoption among early-stage companies while also offering social benefits.
Want your boss to pay for a coworking space? Coworking can be a great complement to work-from-home. Find out how in five steps.
Why do writers love BCL? It’s a space of one’s own to concentrate on deep writing and research. Want proof? Here’s an impressive list of acclaimed novels, best selling nonfiction titles, even children’s books from writers at our Brooklyn coworking office.
Check out our neighbors Body by Brooklyn, Le Petit Monstre, Naval Cemetery Landscape, and more, in the Brooklyn Navy Yard neighborhood.
Learn more about Clinton Hill’s history as part of the Wallabout neighborhood in Brooklyn and The Chocolate Factory Lofts at 275 Park Avenue, where our coworking office is located.
Brooklyn Creative League at 275 Park Avenue is a 5-minute walk from the Brooklyn Navy Yard and easily accessible via bike, train, ferry, and bus.