The Top 100 Coworking Spaces in the U.S.

If you ask almost anyone their preference of working from home or in an office most people will tell you that working from home is highly preferable. After a while though reality starts to set in. Constant distractions from your family, a blurring of work and leisure time, loneliness and a lack of office camaraderie are a few of the reasons you start to look at your local coffee shop as a better alternative. Working at a coffee shop is generally very productive. You didn't haul your laptop and pay for a $3 cup of coffee to sit around and read Huff Po, what would the hipster next to you think if you weren't being productive? Better pull up those spreadsheets fast! While coffee shops are a productive place to work from, they are only a good option for a few hours. After nervously leaving your laptop while you quickly try to use the restroom, nursing your drink and guarding your power outlet it's time to go. The coffee shop is a great short term solution, but for anything long term business owners need something much better.

Coworking offices are creating the best of both worlds. An office you can call home, no bosses, great coffee, like minded entrepreneurs to network with and many other cool options that vary by location. Here are the top hundred in the U.S.

#100 Fuse Coworking, Lincoln

Need a place to call work? Look no further. With no leases, all the office amenities you could ask for, and an opportunity to collaborate with our other awesome members, FUSE is the perfect office. They've created four options to suit a wide range of budgets and needs. Take a look at their membership options, there's a good chance they have a membership option that will work well for you.

#99 HatchToday, San Francisco

Since the summer of 2011, Hatch Today has grown to over 150 diverse tenant companies – technology entrepreneurs, freelancers, winemakers, designers, and writers. Some are bootstrapped. Others have raised tens of millions of dollars in venture financing.

#98 Makeshift Society, San Francisco

Makeshift Society is an organization for those who crave camaraderie to fuel their creativity. They support collaborative and community-building activities through a coworking space/clubhouse, innovative programming, and support for freelancers and small business owners.

While they fully embrace technology and its ability to transform and enhance businesses, they feel like there are many coworking and networking options for startups in San Francisco. They want to enable creative workers to explore, learn, teach and socialize outside of their usual circle.

#97 Batch, Santa Ana

Batch is a friendly little collaborative coworking space in downtown Santa Ana, California. They rent out workspace to creatives, freelancers, entrepreneurs, and startups who are looking to work around like minded folks. Perfect for when your home office or favorite coffee shop are no longer cutting it as your work environment.

#96 804RVA, Richmond

They are ruby on rails developers, Wordpress lovers, graphic designers, entrepreneurs, startups, freelancers, and anyone with a passion for technology and creativity with a need to get out of their house or coffee shop.  

Their workspace is designed to encourage creativity and collaboration.  After you spend a day coworking with them, you'll realize how much more efficiently you can manage your time when you wake up, take a shower, get dressed, and go to a workspace filled with productive people. 

#95 Third Workplace, Soma

Mobile Workers rejoice. You no longer need to work from home (with all the personal distractions) or work from a café where slow WiFi, no printers and the ever-present coffee drink blender prevents concentration and conference calls.

Whether you need a workplace for an hour, a day, or many times per month, they have the plan for you. Open work areas, private offices, or meeting rooms, all with lightning-fast WiFi, printer access, and coffee that doesn't cost $3 a cup.

#94 Hub, Los Angeles

Hub LA is about the power of people taking action for a better world. A new kind of membership club dedicated to the individuals and teams building the local, sustainable economy in Los Angeles and beyond. Anchored by a physical place in the heart of the Arts District in Downtown LA, the Hub offers members access to 4,000 square feet of creative industrial space to work, meet, learn, collaborate, and play; a curated community of values-aligned individuals and companies; and custom programming and events focused on personal and professional development. They combine the best of a cafe, innovation lab, business accelerator, serviced office, and community center to create a place for meaningful encounters, productive work sessions, exchange and inspiration all with the ambition to spur social innovation.

#93 Indiegrove, Jersey City

Entrepreneurs and independent professionals do not conform to one way of thinking,
nor should the space they work in. Indiegrove is a community of individuals committed to
hard work, collaboration and business sustainability. The coworking space, resources
and events are designed to provide your business the credibility and access to be successful
and the environment you need to be happy.

#92 The Writers Junction, Santa Monica

The Writers Junction is an affordable shared workspace for writers. It’s where you’ll find the quiet of a library, the society of a coffee shop, the focus of a daily office, and the camaraderie of a private club. It’s where you can work in splendid isolation, within a supportive community. It’s where writers write.

#91 Onward Coworking, Chicago

Onward Coworking is a cozy, casual coworking space located in the West Loop. They provide flexible month-to-month desk and office rentals in a unique, industrial timber loft space professionally designed to accommodate a number of different working styles and preferences.

Onward Coworking revolves around three simple elements: dynamic people, inspiring workspace, and outstanding location. But Onward is more than a cool place to work, it's an evolution of work itself. It's a fresh new perspective on how we can influence the environment that surrounds your work to improve your happiness at work. It's a push onward, forward, and ahead to change our working world for the better.

#90 Bamboo, Detroit

Bamboo Detroit is a member-only co-working space comprised of talented 
entrepreneurs looking to grow their businesses right in the heart of Downtown 
Detroit. They offer affordable workspace and a community of others that share 
your values. 

Speaking of sharing, if you have skills to share or specific needs for your business,
tap into their exclusive community network to create a profile of where you need 
help and what you can provide to others. 

#89 Start, Houston 

A unique, collaborative work environment located in the heart of East of Downtown (EaDo), Houston. They aim to provide a professional and fun space for designers, developers, freelancers, entrepreneurs, employees and thought leaders to collaborate together in the technology space.

#88 The Productive, New York

The Productive is an affordable coworking studio located at 40 West 38th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues. They’re dedicated to providing an energetic working environment for entrepreneurs and creative professionals; developers, animators, digital artists, designers, writers and editors are all welcome.

Full-time members have 24/7 access to the space. All members have access to individual open desks, conference room, secure internet, wifi laser printer, kitchenette with complimentary coffee and tea, and may attend weekly ASIFA Figure Drawing sessions. 

#87 Coco Coworking, St. Paul

CoCo St. Paul is located in historic Lowertown, on the top two floors of a converted warehouse building. Members and visitors love the look and feel of the space, as well as the vibe of the up-and-coming Lowertown neighborhood.

#86 Work In Progress, Las Vegas

WIP is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas. Membership includes 24/7 access to cool and inspiring workspaces that have everything you need to grow your business.

#85 Impact Hub, Berkeley

Impact Hub Berkeley is a coworking & events space for a membership community of entrepreneurs, activists, creatives, and professionals taking action to drive positive social and environmental change.

#84 IgnitedSpaces, Los Angeles

IgnitedSpaces develops thoughtful workspaces designed to enhance productivity, collaboration and the success of their members.

Thanks to technology, most people can work from pretty much anywhere – but just anywhere isn’t good enough.

  • Home is unproductive and lonely
  • Coffee shops and restaurants are simply unsustainable
  • Typical office space is uninspiring, inflexible and expensive

A myriad of elements are necessary for an optimal work environment.  IgnitedSpaces exists simply to bring those elements together in order to create a better workspace.

#83 OfficePort, Chicago

OfficePort is a low-cost collaborative workspace for small businesses, entrepreneurs, freelancers and the like. OfficePort meets a soaring nationwide demand that is not and cannot be met in the traditional manner.

It is the antithesis of the old leased-space model. It is not traditional, costly, environmentally repressive, isolated, economically unpredictable. It is not business as usual.

OfficePort is open, supportive, and affordable, without deposit or long-term commitment, completely turn-key without hidden costs. It is a concept born of today’s needs. It is environment that inspires innovation, productivity, sharing of ideas, peer interaction and a sense of community.

#82 Venture X, Naples

Venture X is a revolutionarily designed private membership office space created for today’s innovative professionals and entrepreneurs. Offering fully furnished private office suites, meeting rooms and virtual offices. No leases or long term contracts required.

Because you love what you do and because where you work and the people you work around matter, Venture X radically redesigned the office with the ideal mix of work and social space. Designed to accelerate your business in a place you are going to love working.

#81 The Speak Easy, Indianapolis

The Speak Easy is a place for entrepreneurs to create, collaborate, and learn. Located in Indianapolis, IN, they opened their doors in February 2012 as the first collaborative workspace serving entrepreneurs in the Central Indiana community. Their founders believed in providing a place for education, conversation and manufactured serendipity. They've stayed true to these roots, with a mission to cultivate the healthiest entrepreneurial ecosystem, anywhere.

#80 Blankspaces, Downtown LA

 Offering flexible, modern work spaces for entrepreneurs and independent professionals. From private offices to a communal WorkBar, they have the right size and style work space for any needs. Whether you need a permanent place to work every day, or just a place to drop in once in a while, they have the right BLANKSPACE for you.

#79 The Satellite, Los Gatos

The Satellite is developing a network of comfortable, connected, professional office and workspace centers in community commercial districts — for everyone from telecommuters to home-based businesses to consultants and start ups.

#78 Wix Lounge, San Francisco

The SF Wix Lounge is a free event and members-only co-working space for web developers. It’s run by web design platform, Wix.com, in the interest of helping app and technology creators better understand the needs of small businesses, and helping small businesses make the most out of their web presence. 

#77 Creative Colony, Silver Spring

Creative Colony is bringing creative people together in a supportive community where they are growing their businesses independently, but not alone. Creative Colony is the first coworking space in Montgomery County intended specifically for commercial, creative professionals, such as designers, filmmakers and web developers, though anyone is welcome to join. Not only do members have access to furnished, shared workspaces, as well as infrastructure to support their general business needs, the location has industry-specific resources to help their creative business grow. They would love to have you come visit them. They are walking distance from the Silver Spring metro, and just a half-mile north of the Washington, DC border.

#76 Cowork Bloomington

Cowork offers affordable office space and exciting social events for professionals of all sorts – right in the heart of downtown Bloomington. Their innovative new space includes a lounge, kitchen, snack bar, conference room, call "enclave", and a number of designated workspaces. Coffee, high speed internet, printers, and their wonderful community are all free!

Unlike many coworking spaces, Cowork was not designed for (only) entrepreneurs. Instead, their organization attempts to leverage the flexibility of the new working world – gathering like minded small businesses, contractors and remote workers that love, and hope to keep their talents in, Bloomington.

#75 Indy Hall, Philadelphia

A community of people who choose to work together, more productively, to make our work, our lives, our cities and communities better.

Indy Hall’s community is the intersection of designers, developers, writers, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists, educators, small business owners, telecommuters, marketers, videographers, game developers, and more.

#74 WeWork Seattle

South Lake Union’s carefully thought out development is evident in the number of parks, bike-friendly streets, sustainable buildings, and convenience to public transportation that easily connects to downtown Seattle. WeWork’s recently constructed building offers panoramic views of the Emerald City in an area that continues to welcome innovative companies.

#73 My Business Bar, Salt Lake City

myBusinessBar is a professionally managed space open 24/7 for members for a drop-in workspace, co-working, meeting space and flexible office needs. They offer all of the on-site amenities you would expect from a virtual & an executive office company, and then they do a whole lot more.

#72 NextSpace, Berkeley

NextSpace Berkeley is housed in the historic Wells Fargo building in downtown Berkeley, and sits right across the street from BART.  With classic architecture, hip new designs, ballroom ceilings and an old bank vault as a conference room, this space is the coolest professional community to get work done in the downtown.

#71 Enerspace, Palo Alto

Enerspace Palo Alto is a modern shared office space with coworking, private offices, dedicated desks, meeting space, event space and a great community.

 #70 Village Workspaces, Santa Monica

Village Workspaces is a creative and technologically advanced workspace designed to meet the diverse needs of micro businesses, freelancers, home-office workers, entrepreneurs, startups, tech workers, writers, designers and other savvy professionals. With services that emulate boutique hotel hospitality and a location surrounded by the unique Santa Monica beach community, you will thrive with creativity and style.

#69 Enerspace, Chicago

Enerspace is where the inspired and passionate come to do their work. Their members include entrepreneurs, small business owners and freelancers and their tagline “Work Well” reflects their mission to give members a place and the tools they need to blend work and wellness. They start by providing a professionally designed urban loft space with a stunning view of the Chicago skyline.

#68 Shift Workspaces, Corona

A place for professionals who are serious about success, in work and in life and who refuse to sacrifice fun in the process. Their members benefit from a community of like-minded people who know life is too short to be stuck in the grind. From the fully stocked kitchen, to the fitness center, to concierge service from their knowledgeable staff, you’ll do your best work and feel as energized leaving each day as you did when you arrived. At Shift they never call it work.

#67 Sandbox Suites, Union Square

Located in the heart of Union Square above two art galleries the renovated 10,000 square space boasts skylights, meeting rooms, stylish open seating desks, private workstations, sleek private team offices, a spacious lounge and even a shower.

#66 WeWork, Hollywood

Filmmakers, production companies, tech startups and new media entrepreneurs work with the Hollywood Hills as their backdrop in their stylish LA building. Members can take in the sunshine and palm trees while hanging out on the outdoor balcony that overlooks the downtown neighborhood.

#65 Capsity, Sacramento

Capsity is a California Benefit Corporation with a mission to accelerate business development through holistic work environments. They do this by fostering diverse communities seeking creativity and innovation through a collaborative business culture. Their growing coworking community of partners is made up of business professionals, entrepreneurs, and designers. They welcome any person or team who is seeking a collaborative business community.

#64 Creative Density, Uptown

They are a flexible, collaborative workspace built on the belief that we are more creative and productive together than alone. Creative Density is designed for modern professionals with a variety of open and collaborative rooms to quiet heads down space. The Wifi is strong, the chairs are comfortable, and each room has a vibe to match your work style.

#63 Hattery San Francisco

Hattery fosters the growth of entrepreneurs who promise to make meaningful impacts in the fields of technology, design, and culture. Their instruments for doing so are professional and educational resources, good food, community, and encounters between people of different perspectives—all of which they make available in their beautiful SoMa studio.

#62 Impact Hub, Seattle

Impact Hub Seattle is a coworking space, event space, and launch pad for purpose-driven ventures that create more value than they capture. 

They provide a remarkable space for productive work, a driven community that resides at the intersection of technology and social good, and a diverse selection of programming and mentorship to guide their members with the tools they need to establish their idea.

Their community helps entrepreneurs and businesses consider the social and environmental impact of their business practices, while also pushing philanthropists and nonprofits to become self-sustaining through collaboration and more efficient business models.

#61 WeWork, Soma

Regarded as the technology industry’s epicenter downtown, SOMA also represents San Francisco’s cultural identity. Urban, eclectic, and charming, WeWork’s building mirrors the neighborhood’s personality and offers members added perks like their fully functioning screening room.

#60 Workbar, Boston

Workbar’s flexible workspaces provide the right balance of concentration and collaboration with others. Join Workbar’s ecosystem of startups, small businesses and remote professionals and do your best work.

#59 NextSpace, Potrero Hill

Potrero Hill is a family-oriented neighborhood of San Francisco, known for its sunny weather and great views. NextSpace Potrero Hill is in walking distance of great food, tech companies, and the design scene. NextKids, a program to help families more seamlessly integrate work and life, is now offered at their location in NextSpace Potrero Hill. Their great infant and toddler on-site full day care program allows you to get your best work done and your child to get their best play and learning done – where both parent and child can thrive, equally, without compromise – in the same location. Because we’re better together.

#58 Shared, San Francisco

Shared has all the office amenities of a traditional coworking space and added to a maker space. It has office space, fabrication space, a shared workshop with tools and equipment, meeting rooms, kitchen, classes and events.

#57 Free Range Office, Chicago

Work when you want, how you want. Whether you are a startup, freelancer, blogger, entrepreneur, consultant, at-home or remote worker, Free Range Office (FREO) provides a place for you to be your most productive and your most liberated. They are a Chicago coworking space located in the Wicker Park-Bucktown neighborhood, minutes from downtown and next door to Logan Square, Lincoln Park and Ukranian Village to name a few. Some of the city's best dining, retail and nightlife are around the corner. The train stop is three blocks away, and there is plenty of free neighborhood parking surrounding their building. 

Their Chicago coworking space offers an alternative to the corporate box and the isolating home office. You set the pace, and the terms, in an environment that promotes comfort, innovation, networking and collaboration. The welcoming ambiance provides extra amenities to make your life easier, including ergonomic chairs and spacious desks; private telephone room; outdoor terrace; chef's kitchen; gourmet coffee and tea; video blogging studio; laundry and dry cleaning delivery service; and even a weekly chair massage day to work out those knots.

#56 NextSpace, Los Angeles

NextSpace Los Angeles is located on the corner of Main & Culver Boulevard, they have the only corner office in downtown Culver City. Originally “The Heart of Screenland,” Culver City is a progressive community and has become a powerful multi-media spot and a mecca for creative industries, and now, the home of NextSpace LA.

#55 OfficeSlice, Los Angeles

Flexible work space for business professionals, startups, and freelancers located in Sherman Oaks. They provide resources and solutions for today's entrepreneurs by offering affordable workspace, networking, educational and personal growth workshops.

#54 Oficio, Boston

Their Boston coworking spaces are carefully selected and designed to be the most productive environment for their members.  In addition to their beautiful spaces, they foster their amazing community of entrepreneurs through collaborative events, happy hours, and educational presentations. New members get the first month free.

#53 Hacker Lab, Sacramento

Hacker Lab is striving to be your go-to resource for all things education and entrepreneurship. From coworking, to rapid prototyping, learning, meeting new people and launching your startup — they have it all.Their coworking space is the perfect place to focus alongside fellow entrepreneurs and freelancers. They've got super fast internet, plenty of work space, coffee/tea bar via Old Soul, and a health and wellness program via Yoga Seed. Members enjoy 24/7 access – yes, that’s right, no more getting kicked out of that coffee shop when you’re in the groove.

#52 The Urban Hive, Sacramento

A kickass place to go; a place to work, connect, collaborate, learn, create, and (yes!) play with fellow innovators, creatives, entrepreneurs and changemakers. With the goal of providing the best workspace possible, they have created a space where ideas can be born, connections can be made, and projects can take flight. They support your entrepreneurial and creative ventures by offering shared workspaces, private offices, meeting and conference rooms, as well as regular classes, workshops and networking, educational and social opportunities.

#51 New Work City

A coworking space for people who would otherwise be stuck working at home alone in their PJ's. They built New Work City so they would have a way of meeting like-minded people, and also so they would have an excuse to put on pants.

#50 Parisoma, San Francisco

PARISOMA is a community affair. They foster an experimental environment that emphasizes openness and collaboration. For over 6 years they have hosted over 500 founders, designers and developers as they made their “big idea” a reality.

#49 Coloft, Santa Monica

At Coloft they believe in people and their entrepreneurial spirit. They sought to build a community of like-minded doers, visionaries, change makers & problem solvers. The end result cannot be described, it must be experienced. Stop by and start experiencing the Coloft effect (a.k.a. Colofting).

#48 Gangplank, Chandler

Gangplank is a place for creators. When diverse backgrounds and ideas collide, those moments provide the necessary fuel to innovate. Gangplank provides the infrastructure, both physical and social, for this to happen. They serve as a place for people to explore their creativity, then challenge them to build their ideas into a viable startup – forging a vibrant economy in the process.

#47 The Port Workspaces, American Broom Factory

A polished, professional building centered on a soaring sunlit atrium, the Broom Factory features sleek glass-walled workspaces, skylit loft offices, redundant wireless Internet, secure key card access, a dedicated coworking space, and designer conference rooms with 46” monitors, whiteboard walls and a web-linked, tablet-based reservation system.

Equipped for 21st century business, this lovingly restored gem retains its rich brick interiors and charming Roaring Twenties façade. All inner walls and corridors feature a commercial-grade art mounting system, because… the Broom Factory doubles as a curated gallery space, featuring the works of 3 to 4 different local artists each month.

For those who appreciate the best of Oakland’s past and the future, the Port is an ideal base for East Bay professionals and entrepreneurs.

#46 Cowork.rs, Flatiron,  New York

Whether you’re a freelancer, startup, or established corporation, a Cowork.rs workspace is the ideal environment for your growing business. Get your work done, keep your team happy, and easily find partners, vendors, clients, and friends.

#45 Box Jelly, Honolulu

Coworking, put simply, is a shared work environment. BoxJelly is a coworking space in the heart of Kaka'ako with workspace areas and amenities such as ac, wifi, printing, restroom, and kitchen facilities. Meeting areas and event space are available to members and non-members alike.

#44 Wix Lounge, New York

The NYC Wix Lounge is a completely free co-working, event and exhibit space for Wix users. Apply for a 6-month membership to enjoy a productive work day, great networking opportunities, and amazing events.

#43 Lab1500, St. Louis

Lab1500 is an entrepreneurial center founded on the principle that collaboration drives innovation. It’s a cool, comfortable place where members can utilize co-working space; network with like-minded entrepreneurs and attend classes, workshops and events. 

#42 Catalyst Spaces, Orlando

Catalyst is a collaborative workspace community located in the heart of downtown Orlando. They are a place where entrepreneurs, startups, freelancers, and creative professionals work, learn, engage, and thrive.

#41 SpherePad on Union

SpherePad is a coworking space filled with creative minds located in the heart of North Beach. Coworkers come from an array of professional backgrounds and they believe in promoting the success of individuals by providing an open and cost efficient working space. With their alternative working environment they hope to inspire innovation through collaboration. They also offer virtual office services, allowing one to see and control their mail online from anywhere in the world.

#40 Office Nomads, Seattle

Office Nomads is a coworking community in Capitol Hill, Seattle. They are dedicated to cultivating a dynamic, creative and collaborative environment for Seattle’s nomadic workforce. They believe that by working together we can accomplish more than we could alone and they would love for you to join them.

#39 Platform Coworking, Chicago

Gone are the days when your only choices were to work out of your home or pony up for an expensive office and all the attendant expenses. These days, many opt for a third option: to work in a modern, comfortable space with other professionals. That option is no longer confined to those in the tech start-up world. Rather, there are numerous professions that can benefit from coworking. That basically includes anyone who needs a dedicated workspace, but doesn’t want to spend an arm and a leg to get it.

#38 Centre for Social Innovation, NY

A coworking space, community, and launchpad for people who are changing the world. They provide their members with the tools they need to accelerate their success and amplify their impact. Together, they’re building a movement of nonprofits, for-profits, entrepreneurs, artists and activists working across sectors to create a better world.

#37 CIC St. Louis

CIC started in 1999 with a vision and a simple idea: “startups make the world much better". Since then, more than 1400 companies have chosen CIC as their home and many have gone on to prove their value to the world as startups. More than $1.8B of venture capital has been invested in companies that were headquartered at CIC. With hundreds of great entrepreneurs in one campus environment, there is no better place to build a fast-growing startup than CIC. 

#36 Blankspaces, Santa Monica

A coworking office space in Los Angeles since 2008, they offer flexible, modern work spaces for entrepreneurs and independent professionals. From private offices to a communal WorkBar, they have the right size and style work space for any needs. Whether you need a permanent place to work every day, or just a place to drop in once in a while, they have the right BLANKSPACE for you. 

#35 Miami Entrepreneurship Center

Miami Entrepreneurship Center (MEC261.ORG) offers services for startups and new emerging businesses. Coworking space, a tech incubator, a startup accelerator, and an event and business education space. 

#34 Union, North Park

Coworking is an amazing way to develop as individuals and as a business. The goal at Union is to provide a space for people to enjoy their time, create lifelong relationships that support business and personal growth. At the end of the day a true Union success is when someone's business is too successful to remain in the coworking space. 

#33 Impact Hub NYC

Impact Hub NYC is a shared workspace & event space for a membership community of entrepreneurs, activists, creative and professionals taking action to drive positive social and environmental change.

#32 Coco Coworking, Minneapolis

CoCo is a place where independent workers, small businesses and corporate workgroups can gather to share ideas, team up on projects and get some work done. A business center that gives you an alternative to working from home or meeting at the local coffee shop.

#31 Hera Hub, Sorrento Valley

Hera Hub is a shared, flexible work and meeting space where entrepreneurial women can create and collaborate in a professional, productive, spa-like environment. The platform provides their members with connections to other business experts, access to educational workshops, and visibility within the community… thus giving them the support they need to be prosperous.

#30 Common Desk, Dallas

Common Desk opened in the fall of 2012 with a vision to redefine the way Dallas perceived a workspace. By creating a stimulating environment for both Dallas’ suit and tie professionals and artistic freelancers, the Common Desk community gained strength through the diversity of it’s shared space. Today, over 220 companies call Common Desk home.

#29 Work by the Office Stylist, San Fernando Valley

Welcoming freelancers, consultants and entrepreneurs looking for a seriously stylish workplace to call their own. From shared desks to private offices, the co-working space does not disappoint. Every detail comes together to create a chic cohesion of The Office Stylist’s renowned workplace aesthetic.

#28 NGIN Workplace, Cambridge

NGIN is an intelligently designed premium work space, centrally located in Kendall Square for startups and entrepreneurs who know that the key to success starts with a superb work environment.

#27 Cafe Commerce, San Antonio

Café Commerce is a one-stop shop where entrepreneurs, startups and small-business owners (new or established) can get personal support, information, resources, market data and guidance to start and maintain their business.

#26 Tahoe Mountain Lab, South Lake Tahoe

Tahoe Mountain Lab provides an innovative way to help you get your best work done by offering not only a cool place to do it, but a great community to do it with. Whether you are a freelancer, an entrepreneur, working remotely, or just visiting, their mix of open-concept and private office space is perfectly suited to meet your workplace needs. All industries and all schedules are welcome - drop-in for just a day or glue yourself to one of their comfy office chairs 24/7. Need a break? Well, just walk out our doors - the lake is to the left, the slopes are to the right.

#25 Design Spaces, Mountain View

Design Spaces is a community focused co-working office in the heart of Silicon Valley. They offer small startups a membership based office space to groom their ideas in and build them from the ground up.  When we are faced with choosing a career path, we must also choose between working for ourselves at home or working at an office for a company. If we work at a traditional job, we get community and structure, but lose freedom and the ability to control our own lives. If we work for ourselves at home, we gain independence but suffer loneliness and bad habits from not being surrounded by a work community.  Coworking is the solution to this problem.

#24 The Satellite, Felton

The Satellite Felton is the office and workspace you need -- coworking, private offices, virtual office plans, meeting and conference rooms -- available when you need it, 24/7.

#23 Collective Agency, Portland

Collective Agency is a cooperative workplace in Old Town, Portland Oregon. Started in 2011, their community mission statement is: “a cozy place to work alongside people doing work they’re passionate about and committed to, where 80% of people say hi. Come and work here!”

#22 NextSpace Santa Cruz

Their original location is located in beautiful downtown Santa Cruz, CA on the corner of Pacific and Cooper Streets. It just doesn’t get any better than that! Stop by anytime Monday–Friday between 9am and 5pm for a tour and more details on membership.

#21 NextSpace San Francisco

They have a wide variety of businesses in the NextSpace coworking community. Coders, web designers & developers, branding designers, social media strategists, intellectual property lawyers, nonprofits protecting the environment, people changing cancer research and protecting privacy on the web, experts in building websites for small businesses,landscape designers, just to name a few. 

NextSpace SF sits on the corner of 2nd and Market, across from the Montgomery Street BART station. They’re right where downtown meets SOMA, so you’ll be right in the thick of the techie, geeky action.

#20 NextSpace, Union Square

NextSpace Union Square sits on top of the Powell Street BART and Muni station, talk about easy access. Floor to ceiling windows invite floods of natural light that overlooks the historic cable car turn-around on Market and Powell Streets. 

#19 NextSpace, San Jose

The Silicon Valley location is smack dab in the heart of downtown San Jose, CA. Located in the Historic Lion Building on the corner of Second and San Fernando Streets, they have married the splendor of old architecture with the streamlined functionality of a modern workplace. Think chandeliers and crown molding juxtaposed with Idea Paint and modern furniture.

#18 T-Rex, St. Louis

Like a magnet, T-REX attracts innovation to downtown St. Louis, Missouri. A coworking space and technology incubator, they offer a blank canvas—a space where ideas are conceived and brought to fruition. They’ve worked to create an environment that serves as a network of creativity, where abstraction finds clarity amongst a collection of bright and dedicated minds. Hovering above a vivacious, animated city, they’re now home to a growing community of entrepreneurs, developers, designers, mentors, educators and more. They welcome all ambitious minds.

#17 Workspring, Central Loop

Workspring is a highly hosted space for offsite meetings, business events, individual and team coworking. It's an experience purpose-built to inspire your best work ever. 

Workspring believes you should choose where—and how—to work. However, they also know that living rooms, local coffee shops, and even casual coworking facilities don’t adequately support most mobile professionals.

At Workspring, shared spaces give you the freedom to move from a traditional desk to lounge seating and everywhere in between. Engage in lively communication and an energizing workflow in Workspring’s Forum and Oasis. Find focus in the Library, a serene space for quiet work. Step into a Phone Booth to take a phone or video call in privacy. Reserve an Enclave—a private meeting room for 2-3 guests—for up to 2 hours per day.

#16 EZ Spaces, Gilbert

EZ Spaces is a creative, innovative and inspiring coworking space designed for small businesses, startups, freelancers and independent professionals. It is created to be a better solution to the traditional executive suites, home offices and coffee shops. Strategically position your business in the heart of Gilbert Arizona.

#15 The Satellite, Santa Monica

The Satellite Centers are comfortable, connected, professional shared office space and flexible workspace centers in your community. 

Satellite Centers offer a mix of private office rentals, workstations, meeting and touchdown space, virtual office plans, mail services, print/scan/copy facilities and video conferencing — available 24/7 to members.

#14 NextSpace, River North

NextSpace River North is located in the heart of Chicago’s downtown gallery district. They are situated just beneath the “Chicago” CTA stop, and half a block from the #66 bus route. Their members come from a variety of industries: software, design, marketing, legal, architecture and engineering, just to name a few. Some of them are lifelong freelancers, while others have been downsized from bigger companies and are just beginning to venture out on their own. 

#13 Opodz, Los Angeles

Opodz offers space and bandwidth in a well designed collaborative work environment serving downtown Los Angeles in the Little Tokyo / Arts District. Opodz is much more than a physical space, it is the nexus between arts, culture and technology. Whether it is working solo, sharing ideas, networking, attending an event or just hanging out. The people, relationships and ideas you encounter at Opodz aim to inspire open source creativity. 

#12 NextSpace, Venice Beach

Venice is a unique ecosystem of art, tech, creativity and innovation and NextSpace Venice Beach is smack-dab in the middle of it. Their anchor members include the Amplify campus and NextSpace Venice Beach provides the perfect compliment of coworking and community to the energy and talent found in the Amplify accelerator.

#11 Mojo Coworking, Asheville 

Back in April of 2011, Mojo Coworking opened its doors in Asheville. The driving force behind Mojo has always been energy. Creative, social and entrepreneurial energy. Their goal is to bring the energetic minds and bodies from their community together to encourage and inspire cross pollination through ideas, stories, work and play.

At Mojo Coworking, they also believe that the future will be built by independent small business and the future of small business depends on the ability for people to move quickly from ideas to action. Ideas need heat. Heat requires energy. Mojo creates energy. Simple as that. Go check them out at get your Mojo working.

#10 AlleyNYC

The most bad-ass community on the planet. A dynamic 16,000 square foot co-working space centered in the heart of Manhattan. The alliance is the most supportive community  for early stage businesses, startups, and entrepreneurs of all types. 

#9 The Farm SoHo

The Farm SoHo

NYC’s most engaged community of designers, developers, social change agents, artists and entrepreneurs that have converged to share ideas, innovate and learn in a collaborative and nurturing environment.

Located in the heart of SoHo, the hippest district in Manhattan, close to all the major subway lines and hottest tech companies such as Squarespace, Meetup.com & Square, The Farm SoHo will wow you and your guests with its rustic charm and inviting environment.

#8 The Vault, San Francisco

At The Vault, tech startups and creative agencies are provided with dedicated workspace situated within a supportive community. Membership offers your team opportunities for collaboration, socialization, education, and development long term.

#7 Work Progress, Seattle

A community of independent workers, small businesses and non-profits who share an office and meeting space. Gathering to do work (whatever that may be), interact and increase our productivity. Startup and tech companies thrive in coworking spaces thanks to the collaborative environment and flexible lease-terms. Works Progress membership also greatly benefits telecommuters, freelancers, and creatives, no matter the industry.

#6 Ensemble Coworking Space, New York

At the Ensemble Coworking Space, they are not an office. They are a collection of people, ideas, and aspirations. They are a coworking space defined by collaboration, not cubicles. More than just a work destination, Ensemble plays host to lectures, networking events and social engagements. They unite creative professionals and young firms through the idea that a dynamic and fun space can be the best place to grow your business. 

#5 The Office Pile, Phoenix

TOP is more than a shared office space, they foster a culturally diverse community of professional leaders, entrepreneurs and business owners. You provide the passion and they provide the space, equipment and connections. Regardless of what stage you are in your life or your business, they encourage diverse businesses, personalities and cultures to grow together. 

#4 HIVE44, Fenton

The HIVE44 takes the best elements of a coffee shop (social, energetic, creative) and the best elements of a workspace, (professional, productive, functional) and combines them to give members the chance to have their own affordable space that harnesses a professional creative work environment.

#3 Geekdom, San Antonio

Geekdom is a new kind of collaborative coworking space where entrepreneurs, technologists, developers, makers & creatives help each other build businesses & other cool things together. 

Like a gym membership for geeks: their mission is to provide an inspiring environment for bright minds to explore ideas in entrepreneurship, technology, leadership, creativity, developing talents and connect to a community of like-minded people. 

#2 CO+HOOTS, Phoenix

CO+HOOTS is a creative coworking space in Phoenix. They focus on the new generation of entrepreneurs. They offer shared office/workspace for the creative class professionals to work, collaborate, share ideas and grow their business. They believe we can accomplish more together than alone. 

In the past year they have hosted 3 code-a-thon events for youth, including the largest CodeDay in the nation which had the most participants, the most minority participants and the most girl participants;  they hosted a city-wide pro bono week that impacted over 100 local nonprofits by getting their members to do pro bono service for them, 5 of their members including their founder were invited by the mayor to represent the city in Catania, Italy for the Sister City presentation to entrepreneurs there, and helped Phoenix launch their first Start Up Week with over 2.500 participants.    

#1 Impact Hub Oakland 

Impact Hub Oakland is equal parts inspiring workspace, entrepreneurial incubator and community of socially minded people. Located in the heart of the most diverse city in the United States, they cultivate, support and connect social entrepreneurs and purpose-driven people as they pioneer solutions for a sustainable and equitable world.

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