Hive at 55

Hive at 55

The Hive at 55 has been a key addition to New York's coworking community and a popular destination for freelancers, small businesses, entrepreneurs, and startups. Located at 55 Broad Street in Lower Manhattan, the Hive at 55 provides shared workspace for more than 30 people plus three private workrooms. You'll find WiFi, fax, printer and copier machines, conference rooms, bike storage - and, a group of colleagues eager to collaborate and share resources.

The Hive at 55 is also the perfect place to host a business meeting, meetup, networking event, workshop or class.

Watch the Hive at 55’s former Community Manager Brian DiFeo discuss what’s buzzing at the Hive and the value of coworking with WABC’s Diana Williams. Brian is also joined by Hive members Rajiv Roopan of Atlas Gameworks and Tom Conlon of North Street discuss their experiences working at the Hive and the impact coworking has had on growing their businesses.  Click here to view the newsclip.

An initiative of the Downtown Alliance, the Hive at 55 was included in Mayor Bloomberg's MediaNYC 2020 plan, a program of eight initiatives to strengthen the media industry. Additionally, the Hive received $100,000 in support from New York City Economic Development Corporation.

membership rates

  • Daily Drop-In: $30/day
  • Part-time I: $175/month

  • for 8 visits a month

  • Part-time II: $225/month

    for 12 visits a month

  • Full Time: $300/month

    full-time during all open hours

  • Learn more

Applications are now available - join a community of freelancers and small-business owners by signing up today! We look forward to hearing from you! For more information, visit

The Hive at 55 is Lower Manhattan's vibrant co-working hub. Watch this video to learn about all the Hive at 55 has to offer.


get in contact

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  • Foursquare

Contact Us At:
55 Broad Street, 13th Floor
New York, NY 10004 
(646) 556-6805 map >>

hive at 55 sponsored by:

  • Alliance for Downtown New York, Inc.
  • Broad-New York Information Technology Center
  • New York City Economic Development Corporation

additional support provided by:

Harry's Cafe SkyPackets
Pace University J&R
Mancini Duffy  



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