Lori Zimmer

Loosecubes: Work for Free Out of a Shipping Container Office Box at Dekalb Market

by , 09/14/12
filed under: Architecture,Brooklyn

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Loosecubes‘ outdoor co-working space under the Manhattan Bridge was such a hit that the company is continuing their free office space offer at the Dekalb Market. Every Friday during the month of September, New York freelancers can work together in one of the colorful shipping container spaces at the popular cargotecture village. Each office has Wi-Fi, electricity, air-conditioning and plenty of space for happy co-working, so don’t miss out!



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Freelancing can be a dream – typing away in your pajamas with the dog snuggled at your feet – but sometimes working from home can be taxing on your social skills and creativity. That’s where Loosecubes comes into play, gathering creative types in one spot to work together harmoniously. It’s a great escape from the unprofessional feeling of spending yours days at a local café and is a wonderful chance to network as well.

Loosecubes’ newest venture lies inside the Dekalb Market, a popular shipping container shopping center in Brooklyn. Each container has been transformed into an interior space with all the comforts of home from art-filled walls to funky furniture and has a glass wall and door, which flood in natural light and fresh air for a comfy working space.

Aside from a place to work, the Loosecubes setup also offers plenty of tasty food vendors, and even happy hour specials for co-mingling after a day of co-working.

The best thing about Loosecubes? It’s totally free! Interested freelancers can sign up for a slot on their website, or get their names in the queue for future dates. The space is perfect for writers, artists, developers, entrepreneurs, non-profits and more!

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Via Curbed

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  1. ProCode September 18, 2012 at 8:28 am

    Cool! I saw an episode recently on “the next design star” and they had to decorate a shipping cube. So neat.