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Re: Good cafe/place to code, meet techies in NY

From: Sanford
Sent on: Monday, July 9, 2007 11:32 AM
 All -

I have just secured a 60-70 person space for coworking - very close to Cooper Union (on St Marks) which I need to know what is the interest in either becoming involved in the space and/or using the space for your purposes.  Since it is a multi-use space, the cooperBricolage (in honor of Nate) will be open from 8:30am to 5:30pm.

The space is big enough to support developers on one end and business types (sales/marketing/biz dev) on the mid section - with a cafe/coffee bar in the midst.  There is also a comfortable gathering spot and patio in the front as well.

I am already connecting with some West Coast companies who are interested in having a "drop space" for their staff when they come into town, and I am looking for some "anchor tenants".

If you are interested in using the space, ideas on how to improve it, or just wanting to be part of this:  please contact me at sdickert (at) google's email service.

Thanks - and looking forward to see you at cooperBricolage!


P.S.  We are having a meeting to discuss needs and costs on Tuesday at 10:30am (sorry late-nighters!) at Cooper Union.  Please go to the link below for signup (security guard is very sticky about this):

Sanford Dickert                          
Rawlings Atlantic Limited
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