General Assembly is a co-working space for technology startups designed to create community and promote the collaborative exchange of ideas between New York’s premier entrepreneurs.
In the heart of the Flatiron District, at Broadway and 20th Street, is General Assembly—a co-working space for design and technology entrepreneurs. Complete with classrooms, break-out spaces, library, top-notch media facility, a kitchen and more, General Assembly is designed to create community and promote the collaborative exchange of ideas among New York City’s premier entrepreneurs. General Assembly will offer regular educational programming open to the public as well as access to affordable workspace.
General Assembly has the following facilities and amenities:
General Assembly will engage users through three levels of support: 1) Provide educational courses on technology and business which are open to the general public; 2) Enable 24/7 access to the campus for invited “communal members,” who are serial entrepreneurs; and 3) Act as a home base for NYC startups who are based full-time in the space.
Read more on the General Assembly website.