This Colorful New York Coworking Space Is Steeped in Art History

Walking down Charles Street, it’s easy to get lost in the deep cultural history that surrounds you. There’s 121, the centuries-old West Village farmhouse where Goodnight Moon author Margaret Wise Brown previously lived. And the Federal-style house at 131—now a NYC landmark—that once counted Diane Arbus, who stayed in a stable on the property, as a resident. The American Railway Supply Company Building, a cobblestone’s throw away at 134, has a varied past, too.

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