Where you work matters. In fact, 89% of people who use coworking spaces report being happier.
To work happy, your physical space should be a calming presence. It should be a space to help you focus, keep you driven, optimistic, and give you a sense of belonging.
Work Home strongly believes in this, and they are bringing this ethos to Millburn by building a new creative community space downtown that does just that.
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The co-founders are a mother-daughter team, Ilona Kennedy, a local artist, and Andrea Kennedy, a project manager and web developer. The duo has personally retro-fitted a 200 year old house to serve as a beautiful, inspiring space for remote and flexible workers, or those looking for a space to get projects done.
With 14 custom built desks in their upstairs studios, a convenient purpose-built kitchenette, private meeting room, and inspiring art gallery, Work Home is encouraging residents to rent a desk, stop commuting, start working, and get stuff done.
Their Workspace Club is only $38 a month, giving casual members 15 hours in the space with 24/7 access. It includes numerous perks such as free coffee, tea & wifi, 1 hour of meeting room use, 10% off in the gallery and 50% off a bonus day pass for only $12.50.
They also offer a range of affordable and flexible membership plans for more frequent coworkers, ranging from 4 days a month at $80, to daily unlimited use of a permanent desk at $350 a month. All plans include a free printer allowance, discounted meeting room use and the option to add on mailing services.
Members are granted 24/7 access upon sign-up to use their chosen hours or days in the space.
The gallery space downstairs, currrently the only gallery in Millburn, inspires those who visit with an impressive collection of encaustic and oil paintings by co-founder Ilona Kennedy, now on show and for sale.
The downstairs also offers a community space for events, workshops and social gatherings. Events include photography workshops, performance nights such as StorySlams, and relevant business talks and classes, tickets for which can be booked on Work Home’s events page, which is regularly updated with upcoming functions. Their facebook and instagram also regularly posts news and happenings in the Work Home community.
Visitors can drop by the space Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00am to 5:00pm, or can make an appointment outside of gallery hours by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
By joining Work Home, you can connect with like-minded professionals, give yourself a destination outside the house, and the headspace and physical space to make things happen. Stop by at 380 Millburn Ave for a free trial and find out how joining Work Home can help you achieve your goals for 2019 and beyond.