A San Francisco-based co-working space called Makeshift Society is opening a location in Williamsburg on the first two floors of a converted warehouse at 55 Hope Street. Makeshift’s Brooklyn spot occupies 4,000 square feet across both floors and offers 17-foot ceilings, open seating and dedicated studio desks. It will also have a creative tool lending library that allows members to borrow cameras, video gear, sewing machines and books.
And the “clubhouse” will feature conference rooms, lockers, pop-up retail (on the upper level), printers, projectors and a kitchen. The organization has five levels of membership, ranging from $50 to $500 a month, as well as $20 day passes. It opens next Thursday, May 1. GMAP
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