Great companies start with good company.
Hudson Collective is a shared work and wellness space in Westchester, New York, where like-minded professionals connect, inspire, and thrive side by side. Located in the historic Hudson River Landing building in Dobbs Ferry, the high-ceilinged, modern-industrial space is exploding with natural light. HudCo memberships are ideal for freelancers, remote workers, small business owners, startups, and anyone who believes collective creative energy lifts up everyone around them.
HudCo offers free Wi-Fi, a kitchen with unlimited coffee and watercooler, conference table, free printing (color laser and blotter), Sonos music system, lounge area, an architecture-design library, and a wellness/Pilates studio.
HudCo’s space is on the second floor of a newly renovated landmark building on the banks of the Hudson River, a quick walk to town and the Dobbs Ferry Metro North train station. Parking is free and always available.
Have a problem finding the time to address that nagging neck or back pain that comes with juggling your day-to-day work and home schedule? Our Wellness Space welcomes you to take a hot second to be well and move.
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MEMBERSHIP STARTS AT $295/month!
Whether you need a flexible plan for part-time use or a dedicated desk for your business to call home, all membership plans include:
- Access to conference table and casual meeting areas in the Lounge
- Free Wi-Fi, printing, and parking
- Kitchen with full refrigerator, sink, microwave, and watercooler
- Unlimited Nespresso and PG Tips
- Access to wellness room mat space with accessories for movement breaks throughout the day
- Access to HudCo’s marketing and promotional platforms
- Discounted admission to upcoming workshops and events
about the BUILDING
Hudson River Landing is a landmark building constructed in the early 1900s and was originally the site of the Anchor Brewing Company. Currently home to working professionals and artists, its diverse tenants range from musicians, instrument repair shops, writers, dance troupes and film studios to architects, designers, and sound stage developers. It is located on the banks of the Hudson River, at 145 Palisade Street, 25 miles north of New York City, and walking distance from the Dobbs Ferry Metro-North Train Station.
The idea for a Rivertown-based shared workspace began -- where else? -- over cocktails in the summer of 2015. That fall, Christy, Ira, and Christina, the three original members, hung their shingle outside Studio 323 in a historic Hudson River industrial building. Two years, eleven desks, a kitchen, many cocktails, and two adjoining studios later, HudCo continues to expand, folding in more Rivertown entrepreneurs looking for flexible office space, creative inspiration, and an excuse to get out of their pajamas and start down the path to world domination.