NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Coming soon to a street corner near you: Co-working spaces?
Not really, but Improv Everywhere tried it out as part of their latest stunt.READ MORE: 2nd Former Aide Accuses Gov. Andrew Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment, Governor Requests Independent Review
They converted two phone booths on Sixth Avenue and West 24th Street. First step: An intense cleaning.READ MORE: Black History Is Our History: World Champion Gymnast Wendy Hilliard Uses Her Own Experience To Encourage Next Generation Of Black Athletes To Succeed
They put in office chairs, desks, potted plants, pictures and a bulletin board. The group says, despite the signage they used, they were not in cahoots with WeWork.MORE NEWS: Power Restored To Co-Op City After Elderly Woman Collapsed, Died Climbing Stairs To Apartment During Outage
“Lots of people stopped to try out the booth, with different levels of skepticism,” the group wrote in a post about the stunt. “Unfortunately, no one signed up for [the] introductory $300/month rate,” they joked.