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Fox 5 News
June 25, 2015

Lower Manhattan is quickly redefining itself from a financial district to a hip creative hub of more than 800 tech type companies. In response to the transformation, the Downtown Alliance opened its doors toLMHQ, a collaboration space. In addition to Wi-Fi, LMHQ has tablets you can use. Say you have an idea but no pen or paper -- you can write on the walls because they basically double as dry-erase boards. Read More

Downtown Express
June 25, 2015

The push for Lower Manhattan to be a beacon for tech and creative firms continues with the Downtown Alliance opening a new event and meeting space Wednesday.   Called Lower Manhattan HQ, or LMHQ, the new modern and bright space at 150 Broadway offers conference rooms, long tables for collaborative work, walls that can be scribbled on and, of course, a coffee bar. Read More

Forbes
June 24, 2015

Coworking has been one of the fastest-growing entrepreneurial trends of the last decade. In 2005, there were just a handful of coworking spaces in America. Now, there are over 2,000.  New York City alone has more than 50.   Coworking’s quick spike in popularity means a new coworking space will have less innovative impact than it might have 10 years ago. And it means coworking spaces have saturated the startup culture so completely that they’ve caught the attention of larger companies. Read More