Thursday, 14 November 2019 14:22

New Co-Working Space in Franklin Square

SARATOGA SPRINGS —Earlier this month, on Monday, Nov. 4, the Worker’s Club opened a co-working space in the Franklin Square building in Saratoga Springs. Last week, on Thursday, Nov, 14, the space had its official launch party.

According to the event’s official press release, “as commercial office space diminishes in downtown Saratoga, The Worker’s Club offers its clients a coveted location in
city center with a long list of amenities. High ceilings and elegant historic detail surround the clean modern space. 11 private offices, a swanky library, open and reserved seating, a full kitchen, private conference room, and lounge are open for booking.”

Each private office comes with a monitor and chair and has a glass door with a lock, while the general co-working space has 13 monitors with cushioned chairs set up. The Club’s owner, Monika LaPlante, said that it was so that people had what they needed in order to work. Additionally, the entire space, which is slightly less than 3,000 square feet, has wood flooring. 

LaPlante said that she doubled as a receptionist for the Club, so she could receive peoples’ mail and guests as needed for the space.

As of Friday, Nov. 8, LaPlante said that they were not signing people up yet, however once they are fully open, private offices will be $750 for a 6 month lease, open desks will be $350 and paid month-to-month, open seating will be $25 and that people would be able to rent the conference room, as well. She added that the first day is always free and that there will be discounts for the remainder of November. 

For more information, visit the Club’s website at www.theworkersclubny.com.

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