Soon you’ll be on a patio, doing patio things.
Then it’ll be Monday again.
And then you’ll need Cove, a handsome communal office that belongs to no one and everyone at the same time, open now on Newbury Street. (Here’s what it looks like.)
Questions, meet answers:
Q: So what’s the deal?
A: It’s a Back Bay brownstone turned coworking space. Inside is everything you’ll need to do whatever it is you do: use wi-fi, drink unlimited quantities of coffee, have access to a printer and scanner. That last part wasn’t fun.
Q: Will there be more?
A: A second location’s coming to Union Square in October.
Q: How does it work?
A: You’ll become a member and pay a monthly fee based on how many hours you’ll spend there daily—one and a half, four or unlimited.
Q: Does “unlimited” mean I can sleep there?
Q: What if I need to hold an actual, in-person meeting?
A: There’s a conference room in the back that you can rent by the hour.
Q: I’m hungry.
A: They have an arrangement with Trident Café to bring you sandwiches.
Q: I’m hungry now.
A: You’ll figure something out.