Daybase launches first hybrid work location in Westchester

Daybase, a hybrid work company, launched its first Westchester location on Monday in the AvalonBay apartment complex across from the Harrison train station.

News 12 Staff

Jul 25, 2022, 9:52 PM

Updated 672 days ago

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Daybase, a hybrid work company, launched its first Westchester location on Monday in the AvalonBay apartment complex across from the Harrison train station.
The 5,000-square-foot street level retail space offers members a variety of space types, both bookable and unassigned, designed for individual and group work activities.  
The CEO says the pandemic really created an opportunity for a third space that was really designed for post-pandemic work.  
“What people told us, when we were originally conceiving of the idea was, they’re going out of their minds at home but they didn’t want to go back to the old five day a week, you know hour plus commute and so this really was meant to solve both of those problems,” says Daybase CEO, Joel Steinhaus.
This is the company’s second location in the New York Metro Area.
The spaces are available completely on demand. People can book by the hour through the Daybase mobile app.  


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