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  • CO reopens to members with keycards; new COVID-19 guidelines in place

    RHINEBECK – Tired of working from home and longing for a change of scene? CO is here for you. On Monday, June 15, the co-working venue and event space reopened to members with keycards. The site has been thoroughly cleaned and furniture rearranged to facilitate social distancing. Mask wearing is required on the premises and new guidelines have been adopted to ensure the safety of members.

    CO also announced new rates, including a Lite Flex keyholder membership for $65/month that includes keycard access. CO also continues to offer Half-Time and Full-Time memberships that come with free conference room hours. Community members are encouraged to upgrade to the Lite-Flex membership. Details about the different membership levels and COVID-19 guidelines for the venue are posted on coworkwith.co.

    “We’re keeping a close eye on best practices in the coworking world as we adapt to these new times of social distancing. The space is actually conducive to it, because it is so large and airy. And in an unexpected bonus, in moving our tables and lounge areas further apart, we came upon a new layout that I think is a great refresh of the space. For example, there’s now a new “corner office” with a sit/stand desk in the main space that’s my personal favorite spot!” said Hélène Lesterlin, co-founder of CO, who works out of CO part-time for her job at Good Work Institute.

    “CO is also an incredible space for holding events. We’ve hosted galas, community meetings, and parties, from Grumpusses rehearsals for Sinterklaas, to the Primrose Hill School gala, to a packed Chronogram Conversations event about the state of local media, to milestone birthday parties. We look forward to making CO available again for these gatherings as soon as conditions allow,” said Pati Jones, co-founder of CO.

    About CO

    Located on Route 9 in Rhinebeck across from the Dutchess County Fairgrounds, CO is a premium coworking center that serves an engaged community of individuals, startups, entrepreneurs and local businesses. It offers work spaces, meeting rooms and an event venue, all housed in a bright, modern building designed for productivity and inspiration. CO believes in collaboration: It is cooperatively owned and managed so its business model mirrors its mission to create a shared resource for our community and to support positive change. CO is located on Route 9 in Rhinebeck across from the Dutchess County Fairgrounds. To learn more, visit the  website or follow CO on Facebook and InstagramFor more information, contact Pati Jones, co-founder, CO at 845.481.3681 or hello@coworkwith.co


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