Greater Nexus is Downtown Jamaica’s first accessible and affordable shared workplace. It is a place for members to Connect, Create and Collaborate. We offer access to over 10,000 square feet of shared office space, conference and meeting rooms, a large modular training space for events/workshops with innovative equipment and technology. We also offer a podcast room with state-of-the-art equipment, wellness rooms, soundproof phone booths, virtual address/mailbox options. Members will be offered flexible month-to-month membership packages in a commuter friendly location.
“We found that there was a need for affordable, flexible space for entrepreneurs, especially in southeast Queens and downtown Jamaica,”
President/CEO Greater Jamaica Development Corp.
"Greater Nexus is not just a place to conduct your daily business tasks, but a network of community and resources that can help a business at any stage scale to its maximum potential. We are located on the 4th and 5th floors of 89-14 Parsons Boulevard, in the robust area of downtown Jamaica. Our facility includes over 10,000 square feet of state-of-the-art space for co-working, hosting events, training, and more, all within a commuter friendly location.
We pride ourselves on constituting a culture that understands the needs of business and community, by providing solutions through diverse-industry educational programing, professional networking events and mentoring opportunities. As a member you will gain access to a wide spectrum of high-level business resources to help expand business knowledge and personal development."
Our mission is to connect businesses, entrepeneurs, and creatives in Queens, NY.
Our amazing Community Managers are here to foster an environment to make connections and grow your business.
Our vision is to reach these measurable objectives that will impact Downtown Jamaica Queens.
The Greater Nexus team includes leaders of Greater Jamaica Development Corporation. GJDC’s work expands economic opportunity and improves quality of life for the ethnically and economically diverse residents of Jamaica, Queens.
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