All About Mission 50: A Coworking Space in Hoboken

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Hoboken is booming with businesses, and with so many new companies coming into the area, the city is alive with commerce. Trends in the workplace have emerged and shifted towards a more open, friendly environment. Coworking facilities like We Work and Spaces have become more and more popular for smaller companies or organizations with a lot of remote employees. We recently visited Mission 50, a coworking and meeting spot in the southwest end of Hoboken, located right inside the Hoboken Business Center {at 50 Harrison Street}. Owned by Gregory Dell’Aquila and managed by his wife, Leah, Mission 50 provides numerous options for small businesses and individuals to work. Read on to get to know the Mission 50 workspace and all that it has to offer.

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About Mission 50

When you walk into Mission 50, the vibe is cool, relaxed, modern, and functional. Many of its co-habitants include small businesses, individuals, and freelancers who share common space as well as have their own private offices where they can grow their respective companies.  Mission 50 offers a variety of work areas for people to build their company and entrepreneurial dreams in a modern way. 

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What to Expect Inside

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The 3,000 square foot top floor of the Hoboken Business Center is dedicated to the Mission 50 workspace. Available for rent are private offices, conference rooms, phone booths, suites, and lounges. Coworking environments are the new norm and are an affordable option for startups, small businesses, entrepreneurs, and freelance workers. Mission 50 makes it easy for people to rent out spots by the day, week, or month. 

“For private, locked offices, we supply a built-in desk and chair. The company just brings their belongings and it becomes home,” explains Leah Dell’Aquila, community manager of Mission 50. The contracts are month to month with no long-term commitment or cancellation fees. Pricing for a one-person office starts at $650 and increases in price depending on how many people share an office. The largest private offices can accommodate up to four people. Also available at the location are mail services/forwarding, drop-in day rates, dedicated desks {for those who do not need an office but just an area to work}, and access to printing, internet, kitchen, and other amenities. 

Mission 50’s Goal

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The future of Mission 50 is ever-evolving. Their hope is to continue to expand and make The Hoboken Business Center an accessible place for people to use and maximize the space to their advantage. 

“We’d like for the first floor to be filled with retail. Adding a gym would be great so that people who work here want to stay here and don’t feel like they have to commute again just to get lunch or work out,” Leah told Hoboken Girl. The coworking facility hopes to expand to more floors, providing more surface area for businesses to work. They are excited to potentially add more offices, open spaces, and a bigger kitchenette. 

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Beyond Business

Mission 50 has been created with all types of workers in mind, not just formal businesses. Dell’Aquila stresses the importance of making this a female-friendly work environment where women can come to be more productive. 

“We have places for nursing mothers to pump in peace and comfort. We have printers, internet, and so many different areas to work.” Being productive and efficient is everyone’s goal when it comes to using a workspace. Mission 50 has the goal of making everything a bit easier for all workers who use their space.

Be on the lookout for new events, upgrades, and news about Mission 50 and stop by, even if just for the day. It is the perfect spot to enjoy where you work and what you do. 

Have you been to Mission 50? Tell us below in the comments! 

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Hoboken homeowner and lover of all things local, Danielle made her home in the Mile Square City nearly six years ago. Danielle is a second grade teacher by day; after hours, she can be found in the kitchen whipping up a a new recipe or grabbing a bite to eat with her husband and friends. Danielle is the try-er and buyer of all things beauty and loves finding a good deal. Shopping on Washington, interior decorating, and riding her Peloton are just a few of Danielle's favorite things. Oh, and did we mention her undying love for the New York Yankees?


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