Perhaps one of the pandemic’s most obvious impacts to our daily lives has been the dramatic increase in remote work. Now, developers are ramping up work-related offerings to meet the needs of today’s buyers. For example, The Brooklyn Tower and Anagram NoMad offer residents an elevated and efficient remote work environment, with co-working spaces that boast the appearance of a workspace with none of the drawbacks of having to go somewhere.
At Anagram NoMad, a luxury rental-building in Manhattan, leading architecture and interior design firm, Fogarty Finger implemented amenities with an emphasis on comfort, quality and style, especially in the building’s attractive communal work spaces. The arrangement affords some physical separation from the home, without the inconvenience of leaving the building. Work spaces include shared desks, as well as meeting rooms and private rooms for residents to take calls.
Similarly, The Brooklyn Tower will be home to Life Time’s first Life Time Work premium coworking destination in New York City. Designed as a seamless extension of the building’s overall look and feel, Life Time Work combines innovative working environments with amenities focused on a healthy and fulfilling work life. Developed by JDS Development and designed by SHoP Architects, The Brooklyn Tower will provide residents with over 15,000 square feet of private and open-plan workspaces and conference rooms. The offering is well positioned for Brooklyn’s booming technology and creative sectors with nearby headquarters of major companies including Brooklinen, Etsy, Food52, JP Morgan, Rent the Runway and West Elm.