WorkSocial expands Jersey City headquarters

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WorkSocial, a coworking space with locations in New Jersey and New York offering private, shared and virtual offices and flexible solutions that meet individual business needs, has expanded its Jersey City headquarters to 111 Town Square Place , 12th floor.

The expansion increases the size of its headquarters from 8,400 to 14,000 square feet and will increase the number of private offices, day offices, coworking spaces, virtual offices and conference rooms, with high-end amenities range, including virtual front desk service, secure server access, shipping and mailing, on-site notary and free high-speed WiFi, printing, hot breakfast, lunch, beverages and snacks. Three thousand square feet of the new expansion space has already been awarded to a nationally recognized company.

“As a Jersey City resident and business owner, I couldn’t be prouder to expand our corporate office space,” said Natasha Mohan, CEO and Founder of WorkSocial. “This marks a new stage of growth for our business and the expansion of our services to business owners and entrepreneurs in the New Jersey and New York metropolitan areas.”

Bringing over 20 years of diverse experience in hospitality, management, retail, real estate and the arts, Mohan culminates her talents running WorkSocial, a company she calls “a movement of happiness” . She founded the company with the motto “Connect. Create. Grow”, and connecting people has become her “superpower” that her clients rely on.

Feng Shui incorporated into the architectural and interior design amplifies both the simplicity and the functionality of the space. WorkSocial serves some of the biggest brands in the United States, such as Facebook, Google, Amazon, Apple, Marshall Goldsmith and Chobani, as well as affordable solutions for small businesses and local entrepreneurs. Since the company was founded in 2015, WorkSocial has grown its real estate portfolio from 4,400 to 18,000 square feet and experienced 100% year-over-year organic growth.

What sets WorkSocial apart is the customization of its services to not only be functional but to meet the individual needs of each business. “When a customer’s birthday arrives, we organize a cake for him. Gluten free or other dietary restrictions? We will provide you with a nutritious lunch that will meet your needs accordingly,” Mohan said. “These personalized services are what make our customers eager to come to the office.”

As a lifelong resident of Jersey City, Mohan feels her business has a responsibility to support and give back to the local community. WorkSocial sources its lunch and snack offerings from local Jersey City vendors and regularly donates needed food and supplies to the York Street Project, which provides innovative programs that shelter, nourish, educate and promote healing and recovery. independence of people in need, especially women, children, and their families.

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