Batman and Robin showed up. So did Spider-Man, Wonder Woman and enough witches, ghosts and enough talking animals to populate a Disney movie. Close to 600 Inwood-area kids and their parents descended on the Uptown location of Edison ParkFast’s sister company,WorkSpace Offices, for our fourth annual Halloween Extravaganza on Oct. 30.
The candy-covered festivities, which were free and open to the public, included a live DJ, a costume parade, spooky face-painting, miniature golf, a treasure dig and Halloween-themed arts and crafts projects. For this public event, volunteers from local companies as well as all Edison Properties businesses were on-hand to help keep the kids on a sweet sugar high all afternoon.
The overall feeling was one of delirious pandemonium. But don’t take our word for it; check out the photos.
Click here if you’d like to view the rest of our great Halloween pictures. And we hope you had a wonderful, happy Halloween!
About WorkSpace Offices:
With two great locations in Manhattan – in SoHo, at 131 Varick Street, and in Inwood, at 5030 Broadway and 213th Street – WorkSpace Offices caters to all the needs of small, growing businesses. Offices range in size and may accommodate anywhere from one person up to a full staff of 20. These highly secure workspaces, which are perfect for start-up companies, include 24/7 card access, package acceptance for deliveries, air-conditioning, oversized elevators, phone and data services and kitchen areas. Both buildings contain mini storage facilities as well and offer easy access to mass transit and parking.
About Edison Properties:
Edison Properties is the family-owned parent company of Manhattan Mini Storage, New York’s self-storage leader and one of the city’s favorite brands, thanks to their famous subway ads and billboards. They also own and operate Edison ParkFast – 40 garages and lots throughout New York City, as well as Northeastern New Jersey and Baltimore. Other properties include WorkSpace Offices, Executive Offices and Pre-Built Suites, The Hippodrome office building and The Ludlow, a luxury residential high-rise on the Lower East Side.