We have a sister space, Input Lofts, in New York City since 2011. At Input Lofts community comes first too, providing a home for driven and passionate organisations and individuals based in NYC. We are startups, entrepreneurs, artists, small businesses, freelancers, changemakers, and dreamers. As a community, we believe in sharing knowledge and resources and enriching both our internal culture and the culture of New York City and the wider world. Nestled in the heart of the city, just a stone’s throw from the bustling Union Square, we feel the city’s pulse. It reverberates throughout the space and fuels our drive for success and change.
WHAT WE DO AT INPUT LOFTS
We are a coworking space, but that’s not all we do. We actively build community and encourage innovation and ingenuity. Innovation happens when you connect smart minds in a supportive environment. At Input Lofts, we don’t just rent desks, we build meaningful connections. Our members are not the clock in, clock out type. We support, collaborate, and network with each other. When you become a member at Input Lofts, you join our team. We are each other’s biggest cheerleaders, and we work together to build each other’s businesses and foster group success. When one person succeeds, we all succeed. Every triumph is shared and celebrated among all of us.
Our office culture is truly unique. We not only provide a space for people to work, we promote a culture of sharing knowledge, bettering ourselves, and helping the world around us. We are partners with the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island, sponsoring annual charity events like Project Picnic. We don’t just help locally though. Our reach extends internationally, as we support and collaborate with international charities in Peru– Casa Mantay– and Rwanda — Akilah Institute. As we work to better the lives of others, we also work to improve ourselves. We host a growing series of workshops with partners such as The Engaging Educator and Brooklyn Plans. We are lifelong learners and seek to educate and challenge ourselves regularly. The more we expand our minds and grow as individuals, the more success we will have in our careers.