The concept of The Yard takes turnkey, month-to-month office space to a high aesthetic level with design by award-winning architect David Bers, including 60 private offices, two coworking spaces, state of the art conference rooms, shared lounge and kitchen areas, rotating installations by local artists, and business resources including educational workshops. The ground floor entrance will include a street-facing cafe that is open to the public that will open later this year.
Private offices range in size from one- to eight-person suites starting at $550 per month, and come furnished with white desks, ergonomic chairs, desk lamps, and lockable storage. Offices of four or more desks also include a flat-screen television/monitor. Coworking and virtual office options are also available. All memberships are month-to-month, allowing businesses to grow into larger spaces within the building at their own pace.
The Yard enters the Lower East Side as the only office space option of its kind and scale in the area. Located two blocks from the Delancey/Essex subway station and just blocks from additional stations and the Williamsburg Bridge, The Yard is an affordable, turnkey option for small and growing businesses throughout the tri-state area.
The first location of The Yard launched in November 2011 at 33 Nassau Avenue on the border of Williamsburg and Greenpoint in Brooklyn. The new location marks The Yard’s expansion into Manhattan, with additional locations planned for 2013-14 by owners Richard Beyda and Morris Levy.