Weekend Reader: Coworking Space Opens at Charles & Co., Museum Planned for Liberty Island

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**A new coworking space has soft opened just a few blocks from the Grove PATH station on the second floor of the Charles & Co. building. Located at 201 Montgomery Street, &Co offers all your basics like high-speed Wi-Fi access, printers, copiers, mail service, and conference rooms, but throws in some premium features like a cafe (with Modcup coffee and Harney & Sons tea), a wellness room, bar, and a landscaped terrace. Open and reserved memberships are available. —&Co

**It’s official: Lady Liberty will soon be joined by a 25,000 square-foot museum complete with a theater and rooftop terrace. —Curbed

**Are beer halls the next trend for Jersey City? New renderings have surfaced for the former Powerhouse Lounge (360 Marin Blvd), which will soon become “Hudson Hall, a neighborhood smokehouse and beer place.” —Jersey Digs

**Brazilian artist Sipros has created a new anti-Trump billboard for Mana Urban Arts Projects that depicts The Donald as a portly, cartoonish Joker threatening to set off three grenades attached to the inside of his jacket. —NJ.com

**As the Port Authority preps to overhaul New York’s aging Bus Terminal, it turns out commuters really just want one thing — a clean Bus Terminal. —Bloomberg

(Image: Ellis Island Foundation)