Work and retreat company Barnfox has announced the launch of a new program that will help businesses transition to distributed workforces and provide community hubs.
The company will open its first Manhattan community hub, joining its other locations in the Catskills and the Hudson Valley, and has also launched its Residencies Program.
The company’s news location was commissioned by Nirvana Health in its effort to embrace a more hybrid and remote workforce. It features flexible solutions for underutilized commercial space, hot desk and dedicated desk options, conference rooms, and member exclusive events and activities.
These spaces are focused on creating community-focused retreat spaces that help connect cities and vacation destinations, which is rarely seen within the traditional coworking industry.
“Barnfox was born out of a passion to create community-driven spaces that empower the remote workforce to get away, live, work, and play from anywhere in the world,” said Frederick Pikovsky, CEO and cofounder of Barnfox. “Remote work has necessitated spaces like Barnfox to exist around the country and to meet that need we have moved quickly to introduce solutions for individuals and companies.”