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Quest Workspaces unveils New York location

Quest Workspaces unveils New York location

Business center operator Quest Workspaces has announced its expansion into New York with a location in midtown Manhattan.

The location will officially open on Nov. 1 but already has 60% occupancy, including companies Starwood Hotels and Dewey & LeBoeuf, who will be using the center as they work through bankruptcy, said Quest Workspaces President and CEO Laura Kozelouzek.

The new 16,000-square-foot location at the Time Life Building, 1271 Avenue of the Americas, 43rd floor, is situated in Rockefeller Center and across from Radio City Music Hall.

Kozelouzek, who is a native New Yorker, decided to open a New York business center because of the synergy between New York and South Florida and in response to client requests, she said.

South Florida-based Quest Workspaces services range in price depending on the size of a space. For a smaller conference room or smaller office the price can start as low as $20 an hour, she said. In addition, the business center offers a virtual office program for under $200 a month that includes use of the business address, mail retrieval and a direct phone number answered by a receptionist.

“I think that the way we approach service offices is somewhat unique in that one thing we focus on is a sense of community, where our clients are able to collaborate and share business resources and also share a real fun work environment,” Kozelouzek said.

The company has four other locations in Boca Raton, Coral Gables, Fort Lauderdale and Miami and plans to expand more in the Northeast region.


Quest Workspaces is the ideal combination of hospitality, quality and community. From coworking, to private office space, informal chat rooms to formal board rooms, business-building events to happy hours and more.