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Think Tank, Fabrication Lab & Innovation Studio. Wood shop, Industrial & manufacturing equipment, Laser Cutter, 3D Printer.
SoHo West    304 Hudson St, 6th Fl, New York
Fixed Desk: $650/mo, Office: $1750/mo
Printer/Scanner   WiFi   Kitchen  
  Collab has been created to provide space, technology, and manufacturing equipment for Artists, Architects, Fabricators, Engineers, Painters, Graphic Designers, Entrepreneurs, Environmental Earth Scientists, Musicians, Photographers, and others from a diversity of interdisciplinary pursuits to work on their ideas while collectively developing socially and environmentally conscious prototypes and solutions for this new era.

Collab is a combination think tank and fabrication laboratory, providing members with the tools to work on their ideas, and an open source platform, if they choose, for expanding and exchanging those ideas with other members and the populace. The belief is that by juxtaposing, for example, the work of a neuroscientist with a musician in an environment of tools, machinery, and technology, a heightened and expansive creativity will be stimulated. In creating this network and encouraging an exploratory aesthetic, the possibilities for innovation that may sustain our ecosystem, economy, and imagination become almost limitless.

In addition to the 5500 square foot space, Members share a fully equipped wood shop, industrial and manufacturing equipment, a Laser Cutter, 3D Printer, 60 Inch Wide Format printer, a sewing studio with industrial sewing machines, conference room, kitchen, large center workspace with work and lunch tables, fax machines, printers, Internet and more. The founders of Collab orchestrate and animate the space with its own programming and initiatives in support of its members and the more than 3000 annual visitors.

Collab is located in Hudson Square, situated in Lower Manhattan, between Greenwich Street on the West, Houston street on the North and Canal Street on the South -- Hudson Square is one of the City's newest, most progressive districts.

Home to a diverse roster of companies that include film companies, designers, architects (both web and building), software companies, publishers and major corporations, Hudson Square's convenient location, atmosphere and mix of office space, restaurants, shops, and galleries make it an ideal setting in which to invent, prosper and organize as a community.
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