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Welcome TO WFHishNYC






As someone who spends a lot of time “working from home", a quality remote workspace outside of the home is vital for my own mental health and productivity.


Like many New Yorkers, I know a handful of great places that meet my needs.


I want to take advantage of the fact I work remote and use this change to see other parts of the city I wouldn’t otherwise go to.



Unfortunately that can always be a gamble.


Maybe the wifi is spotty, there isn’t a great plug situation, not enough seating etc.


Yelp reviews are unreliable, Workfrom is outdated, and TikTok influencers show a few limited hotspot options in a handful of neighborhoods.


WFHish is a curated list from a long term remote worker in New York City showing great places across the city.


Maybe you’ve heard of some, and maybe others… not so much.


Plus, let’s have a little fun with it. In addition to no frills recommendations


we have interesting features with notable influencers, writers, tech thinkers, artists, filmmakers, and other hands of remote workers that make this city so special for locals and transplants alike.


The mind behind it: It’s me! I’m Andy Hirschfeld and I am a journalist here in New York. After spending several years as a network news producer at CNN, CBS and BloombeRG, In 2020 I took a risk and I joined the start up called Newsnet as its business news anchor and correspondent.


On camera I’ve interviewed six members of Congress, influencers like Paris Hilton and the CEO of a major U.S. airline.Additionally, I write stories on a number of beats ranging from tech to travel to business and politics.


My work as a writer and photographer has appeared in The Daily Beast, Daily Dot, CNBC Make It, Salon, Fortune Magazine, Observer, Eater, Insidehook, Timeout and in Al Jazeera English. I am also a contributor to NPR’s American Homefront Project and TYT Investigates.


and I DO ALL OF THAT WORK (FOR THE MOST PART) FROM A REMOTE WORKSPACE.


I AM EXCITED TO HAVE YOU FOLLOW ALONG.



- Andy

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