Green Spaces: Work Space to Launch Green Entrepreneurs

Via on Aug 28, 2008

Right now I’m working away at my favorite café as of late, The Flying Saucer in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn.  I’m about to move out of the city, but I still have occasional day dreams of staying here and starting my own business. And if that was my path, I’d be so ready to work at the recently opened location of Green Spaces on Flatbush Avenue.  This is so cool, an affordable shared loft space in downtown Brooklyn, with desk space, wireless internet access, a conference room and my favorite descriptor from their site, “green interns.”  Better yet, the location also serves as a hub for the Green Spaces Network, which connects the entrepreneurs to share ideas and access clients, investors and talent. Events are also held at the space including an upcoming organic wine tasting with the Sierra Club on 9/25. Cheers!

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4 Responses to “Green Spaces: Work Space to Launch Green Entrepreneurs”

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