WellnessWorks at Trinity Centre may be one of the new and innovative businesses in global shared office concepts, however, it has been gaining the attention of both local and national media publications. If you are interested in scheduling a visit or covering WellnessWorks as a member of the press, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page.
WellnessWorks at Trinity Centre In The News:
Co-working space opens for health care practitioners
Crain’s New York featured WellnessWorks at Trinity Centre in Health Pulse.
“Husband and wife Vicrum and Rachel Puri are bringing the co-working fad to the health and wellness fields with their new company WellnessWorks. The couple already runs a general co-working space in Park Slope: BrooklynWorks at 159.
Their new company aims to make co-working viable for health care practitioners by offering amenities such as waiting rooms, soundproof suites, sinks and receptionist and billing services, along with typical perks such as refreshments and networking opportunities.
Shared office-space provider WellnessWorks comes to FiDi (PHOTOS)
Anthony Noto of the New York Business Journal takes their readers on a photo tour of WellnessWorks at Trinity Centre.
“There’s no shortage of shared-office spaces in New York City. WeWork may be the big player in the space, but there’s also Industrious, The Yard, Serendipity Labs, Alley and Spaces.
And now there’s WellnessWorks. However, this particular company has a different spin on the co-working model.
In addition to the typical spacious floorplans, soundproof offices and refreshment offerings, WellnessWorks is geared toward independent practitioners offering concierge services, call-handling, appointment booking, medical-billing services, secure storage and body-work tables in therapy suites.
Altogether, there are 50 private offices taking up 15,000 square feet at WellnessWorks’ Trinity Centre at on the Capital Properties-owned 115 Broadway in Manhattan’s Financial District…”
Let your psychologist or massage therapist come to you in FiDi
Metro New York experienced first-hand the convenience of WellnessWorks at Trinity Centre.
“You’re a New Yorker. Peapod and Amazon bring your groceries. Someone picks up your dirty laundry and magically, it comes home clean. You start work early and get out late… and then there’s the commute. Maybe you’d love to make a doctor’s appointment, get a quick massage or center yourself with a therapy session, but you don’t have time to deal with MTA during your work day.
What if there was a versatile space in the Financial District right around the corner from your job? There is —and (eye-heart emoji) it has amazing original copper window frames and a stellar view of Broadway.
WellnessWorks at Trinity Centre is the second shared-workspace concept from co-founders Vicrum and Rachel Puri, the husband and wife team whose BrooklynWorks at 159 has modernized co-working in Brooklyn.”
The “WeWork” for Doctors
WellnessWorks at Trinity Centre featured on Cheddar at the New York Stock Exchange as guests of Cheddar Television.
“WellnessWorks is a new shared workspace, just for doctors and practitioners. The office is the first of its kind. WellnessWorks takes the office work out of owning your own practice. Could your doctor be moving to a co-working space?” Co-founders Rachel & Vicrum Puri discuss the WellnessWorks at Trinity Centre concept.
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“Vic and Rachel Puri, co-founders of BrooklynWorks at 159, are embarking on a new coworking adventure.
Being no strangers to the coworking industry, Vic and Rachel know how serviced workspaces can change the lives and businesses of people. And they are setting out to cater to an underserved market: that of independent medical practitioners.
‘I come from a family of medical professionals,” Rachel said via a phone interview, ‘and this led me to eventually pursue a career in mental health and later become a registered nurse. Being part of the industry, over the years, gave me a unique inside look at some of the challenges that independent practitioners face in our current economy’…”
“When Vicrum and Rachel Puri founded BrooklynWorks in 2012, co-working was a relatively new concept with an unproven future. Now that it has become a widespread and influential part of office real estate, the Puris are again trying to innovate.
Bisnow has learned exclusively that the couple plans to open WellnessWorks at Trinity Centre, a co-working space designed solely for healthcare practitioners, at 115 Broadway in October. The concept will occupy 15K SF on the 18th floor of the Capital Properties-owned building, with a combination of therapy rooms for mental health professionals and “body work” rooms for chiropractors, acupuncturists and the like…”