About CoWork
Kingston

In 2014, we found this old, industrial building in Uptown Kingston – the Stockade District. It’s since changed our lives. And, we think it has the potential to change yours, too. Uptown Kingston is our home—where we live, work and play—and we love to see our neighborhood thriving with the energy of people like you.

At CoWork Kingston, we are a group of creative, entrepreneurial and remote professionals—serious, industrious, successful, adventurous, curious and fun. The community we are creating is special. And its growth is spurring the momentum of the neighborhood we love.

We believe in Kingston. Its people, businesses, and possibility. We are committed to you, to the area, and to building meaningful connections both inside and outside of work. Network, schmooze, kibitz, synergize, hobnob, mingle, rub elbows… The spark that ignites when people get together and do great things—it happens here!

To be crystal clear, CoWork is a space where serious work gets done. It’s a calm, quiet, comfortable environment where you can set up your own space and do your best work.

Let’s get to work!
OK, Kingston?

Judy and Don Tallerman, Mom & Pop

Our Team.

Judy Tallerman

Judy Tallerman

OWNER

I can not believe where I live – the Hudson Valley is just a magical place. I Kingston and I can talk about it all day long! After moving here 5 years ago, I have not looked back. Connecting people to the great things to do in the Hudson Valley gives me joy – want to know where to hike, take your dog, get the best ice cream- just ask.

April Tiberio

April Tiberio

OPERATIONS MANAGER

I was born in the Hudson Valley. The more cats, the better (sorry, Bogie). I love cruises – anywhere that it’s warm! I’m a people person and I love what I do!

Bogie

Bogie

COWORK DOG

I’m a happy-go-lucky type. Love chasing squirrels, rabbits and cats (sorry, April). Woof.

Melanie Cozzolino

Melanie Cozzolino

COMMUNITY MANAGER

I was born in the Hudson Valley and currently live in New Paltz. I love cats (Team April), the arts, maker fairs, scenic walks, and I continue to be in awe of the continuously evolving creative and small business scene of the Hudson Valley.