Freelancers hub

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The Freelancers Hub is the only co-working space in the U.S. dedicated to independent workers, with features rooms to host workshops, isolated spaces for meetings, and a dedicated on-site staff to help independent workers understand their rights and raise their concerns. Made possible by NYC MOME.

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Upcoming Events

A freelancer is only as
strong as their network

Keep up with the latest events and happenings at the Freelancers Hub!


Coworking. Workshops. Legal Help.
Benefits Assistance. All Free.

Freelancers Hub – New York City’s home for freelancers – was specifically created to empower and support freelancers through free coworking, community events, legal clinics, professional development workshops, and health and wellness programs.

Book a Co-working Space

Join us for co-working and workshops at our new home in Industry City Brooklyn! Book a desk at our co-working space for the morning, afternoon, or a full day. You can book up to 8 times per month for free. For any additional bookings, you will be charged $5 a day.

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Get a FREE 1-on-1 Consultation at the Knowledge Bar

Book an in-person appointment with one of our expert consultants to help grow your business. Current topics include: digital tools, branding & marketing, grant funding, business development and financial & retirement planning.

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Attend an event– online or in-person!

Join us for free educational workshops, legal and financial clinics, benefits assistance, networking, wellness, & community events. The Freelancers Hub events are currently offered in-person and streaming online.

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Join us at our new home in Industry City Brooklyn!

With your free Union membership, you will get 8 days of coworking. Members can book a block of the day - Morning (9AM-1PM), Afternoon (1PM - 5PM), or the Entire Day (9AM-5PM). If you’ve used up your 8 free days, you can book extra days for $5 per session.

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Freelancer Hub FAQs

Membership + Facilities

Our membership includes 8 FREE co-working days per month, with the ability to purchase more for $5 per session. We also provide a wide variety of business development workshops for your freelance business, free printing and other resources to help your freelance career.

No! Freelancers Hub is open to everyone who lives and works in New York City. Attend workshops, coworking, and all Freelancers Hub activities by registering in advance. Registering for Freelancers Hub will also make you a member of Freelancers Union — membership is free and gives you access to resources and community to help you and your business thrive.

Look for the PetCo or Starbucks in the area
Enter Building 1
Take the elevator to the 3rd Floor and go down the hallway
By Subway: Take the N,R,D to the 36th St. stop in Brooklyn. Walk down 37th St. (toward the water), past the BQE elevated highway.
By Car: We are located on 37th St. btw 2nd and 3rd Ave in Brooklyn. Accessible by 3rd Ave or the 39th St. exit on the BQE.
Parking: There is no long-term (45 min+) parking directly in front of the building but there is street parking on 2nd Ave and 3rd Ave as well as the side streets between 3rd and 4th Ave. There is also metered parking on 3rd Ave. under the BQE; 4 hr zones close to the studio and 15hr zones further North starting aroung 30th St. ($1.25 hr). Finally there is a paid lot 1/2 block away from the building entrance at 35th St. and 2nd Ave. for $20/day.

Coworking is free and open to the community from 9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday. You must register in advance and agree to comply with our community guidelines. Individuals are permitted to co-work at Freelancers Hub up to eight days per month. If you exhaust all 8 sessions for the month, additional sessions are $5 each and will be billed at the end of the month. Co-working can be booked through

For the time being, Freelancers Hub exists solely in New York City through a partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment. For inquiries about potential partnerships to bring Freelancers Hub to your area, contact us at

Yes. Freelancers Hub is accessible according to ADA guidelines in Industry City.

No, we do not allow members to use our address as their business address.

Yes you may. Generally the classroom is on a first come, first serve basis for short meetings. If you’d like to privately book it for an event or team meeting for multiple hours, we charge $60/hour to book. The room does have access to a projector as well. You can also book the space to use a photography studio.

Currently, we have 24″ monitors that members can rent to boost their productivity.  Monitors are either $5 or $10 for half day or full day bookings, respectively.  You have to bring your own computer/device to get your work done. We are working on obtaining photography equipment for members to use in the classroom provided by ASMP NY

Your Freelancers Union and Freelancers Hub logins are different. To create a Freelancers Hub account, visit and click on “Sign up for free.”


We accept proposals for workshops, classes, and event ideas on a rolling basis via this form. All workshops, classes, and event ideas should be oriented toward the freelancing community and fall within our designated areas of interest: freelancing 101 skills, contracts and legal issues for freelancers, networking and community building, health and wellness, finances and budgeting or more niched/industry specific topics. Apply to teach a workshop.

Since we are located in NYC, all of our events are Eastern Time. Be sure to take that in account if you are not local.

We record many but NOT ALL of our events. Some events may contain sensitive information of our members, so to ensure a safe environment those events are not recorded. Other events may not be recorded due to the request of our facilitators.

Yes, we still send any recordings, presentations or handouts to any of our members who have signed up for that event.

operating Partner

The Freelancers Hub continues to be made possible by the generous contributions from NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment.