The Watercooler at 21 North Broadway in Tarrytown NY, is a new hotspot for independent professionals as well as those who find themselves working from home. It is the brainchild of Jennifer Ross who made Tarrytown’s famous 3rd Friday the success that it has become today. Jennifer has a wonderful outgoing personality that helps create the warm, friendly and unique environment that you find when you walk into the Watercooler. She never does anything half way – and it shows.
Located in the heart of the historic village of Tarrytown, the Watercooler offers professionals a space in which to concentrate without the distractions of home while providing excellent networking opportunities. Office space can be rented for full time use by the month, or temporarily on an as-needed basis. Members have access to There a conference room, WiFI, printing, faxing, scanning, use of the Watercooler address for mailing. There is also a shared kitchen with free free-trade coffee for members (a great perk for a coffeeholic like yours truly).
The Watercooler is not content to be just an office space by day, it transforms itself into a space for lectures, workshops and other events by night. The variety of offerings is truly unique. Some recent events include a photography workshop for digital point and shoot cameras. A workshop about organizing your life with Evernote, as well as an SEO workshop for those who find themselves on page infinity on Google. There is always something worthwhile going on.
The space is over 1600 sq. ft. and provides a coworking environment that is open and filled with natural light. Its both modern and functional with just the right amount artistic splash to create a very distinctive look and atmosphere.
If you want to learn more about renting space at the Watercooler, of if you would just like to learn about the workshops and events, feel free to explore their website at watercoolerhub.com
© 2012 – Ruthmarie G. Hicks – http://thewestchesterview.com – All rights reserved.