Formerly home to the Hoboken Business Center, the Mission 50 building is owned and managed by JDA Group LLC (JDA), which has a long history of serving businesses in the Greater New York City marketplace. Located at 50 Harrison Street, this 80,000 square-foot boutique office property offers traditional for-lease office space and is home to the “original” Mission 50 coworking space. Keep reading to learn how Mission 50 is leading the industry and the special offer for Hoboken Girl readers.
Special Offer: Throughout September, Mission 50 is offering 1 MONTH FREE on select new membership sign-ups when you mention the “Late-Summer Sign-Up Special.”
Tailored Coworking Space in Downtown Hoboken
Mission 50 was founded in Hoboken in 2011 by JDA CEO Greg Dell’Aquila and is Northern New Jersey’s leading coworking space. Whether you’re an independent professional, running a mature enterprise, or anything in between, Mission 50 has tailored solutions for each business’s dynamic needs.
“Our flexibility allows us to support a wide range of tenants and members,” Mission 50 CEO Greg Dell’Aquila told Hoboken Girl. “We provide a communal and professional environment where individuals and businesses can focus their energy on doing their job and hopefully have some fun while they’re at it.”
The building houses private offices to accommodate individuals and small teams, shared co-working spaces, fully customizable virtual office options, and enterprise spaces for the entire company.
“Our vision is to create a truly experiential, community-centered workplace comprised of both coworking and private offices,” Dell’Aquila mentioned. “The best part of what I do is meeting two or three people that have an idea or business and watching it grow from an idea to a 10-plus-person company or from a 10-person company to a 100-plus-person company. This has happened right here at Mission 50 many times and is what makes me jump out of bed in the morning.”
More than Just a Space to Work
Mission 50 offers each company — no matter the size — the space to evolve without ever having to change its business address. It is not just a space for work: it is a community of professionals, business owners, and entrepreneurs invested in making local businesses thrive. As active participants in the Hoboken Business Alliance and Chamber of Commerce, Mission 50 has the tools, knowledge, and experience to help local entrepreneurs grow and scale their businesses.
Membership plans at Mission 50 are very flexible, from a single-day pass to a privacy pod, or a private office for 3 to 100 employees, you get dedicated access for 30 days, there is something that fits everyone at Mission 50.
Located in downtown Hoboken, the site of Mission 50 is a multi-tenant boutique office and coworking building that houses everything from virtual offices (mailboxes) and day passes to open coworking seating and private office spaces for teams from 1 to 100-plus people.
Coworking Flex Single Day Pass: You get access Monday through Friday, 8AM to 5PM, including all public holidays.
Coworking Membership: Plus Members get unlimited use of the coworking space for a full 30-day period including 24/7 secure access.
Dedicated Desk: Starting at $475/month you can enjoy a dedicated private desk for a 30-day period with 24/7 secure access to the office.
Privacy Pods & Privacy Offices: Starting from $850/month not only do you get 24/7 secure access to the building but you have a dedicated private space for 30 days. Mission 50 offers a wide range of private spaces to meet the needs of a team with three employees or a team of 100+.
“What sets us apart from others in the industry is the flexibility we provide and our commitment to consistent improvement and excellence,” Dell’Aquilla shared. “Our proximity to NYC is paramount for attracting people from all over the world.”
The Mission 50 building is located at 50 Harrison Street in Hoboken. You can click here to contact the team or call 201-581-7130 with questions. Don’t forget to take advantage of 1 FREE MONTH on select new memberships at Mission 50 when you mention the “Late-Summer Sign-Up Special”