“Although coworking has been dramatically impacted by COVID-19 and the financial crisis, it’s likely to remain a viable and important alternative for a variety of user types in the years to come,” says Cushman & Wakefield in their August 2020 report, The Changing Role of Coworking Workplace Ecosystem. While that assessment is good news, Brooklyn […]
Find a summary of BCL’s 2020 Health and Safety plan. It’s a set of operational, behavioral, and design changes we will be implementing as we begin to open up.
Through this difficult time for humanity, small business owners, and entrepreneurs, BCL still remains open. We’re here to serve and help you run your business! But given the social distancing mandate, we have also encouraged you all to work from home to slow the spread of the virus, and we’re so thankful to see our community come together and do what’s safe.
Increase your networking opportunities, have more control over access to resources, and alleviate the loneliness that comes with working from home. These are just some of the benefits that you gain from coworking. Read the article to find out more and download our free resource guide!
We’re back with another list of lunch options in the Park Slope and Gowanus neighborhood that are within a 10-minute walk from BCL.
Brooklyn Creative League Co-founder, Neil F. Carlson shares the philosophy and business values that makes BCL such a unique, and community-oriented coworking space
Hana Schank, a part-time BCL Member and author of The Ambition Decisions, What Women Know About Work, Family, and the Path to Building a Life, shares her inspiration behind the book, life as a working mother, and why she decided to work at BCL.