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53 Coworking Centers in the Top Cities for Entrepreneurs

| June 9, 2010 | 111 Comments

coworkersWhat is the one thing every young entrepreneur is looking for? Money! How to make it, how to save it, how to use it etc…Of course while bootstrapping a business every entrepreneur is looking for ways to keep what little money they do have but build an empire at the same time. Coworking is a relatively new option for business owners when it comes to getting office space.

If you don’t already know coworking centers are places that allow you to rent a desk, office, or simply come to hangout in an open room with other business owners doing the same thing. The centers will offer wifi, coffee, comfortable furniture, printing and of course an innovative setting. You have to signup for one of their packages that could range from $10 for a day pass to a few hundred dollars to rent your own desk for the month and a variety of options in between.

Whatever you do it becomes a cheaper and often more comfortable and innovative setting then renting your own private office space.

We put together a list last summer of the Top 10 Cities for Young Entrepreneurs and decided to now list all the coworking centers in those cities. We have also added a handful of cities to the list that were suggested on that previous article.

New York City

  • Sunshine Suites – One of the largest centers in New York. “Where Start-Ups Get Started”
  • Coworking Brooklyn @ The Change You Want to See Gallery (Williamsburg) – home to cultural producers, programmers, writers, theorists, activists, professionals, and adventure seekers.
  • The Metropolitan Exchange – coworking space for architects, urban planners and designers
  • Green Spaces NY – Collective workspace for sustainability-oriented small businesses. Green business incubator. (Downtown Brooklyn in the MEx)
  • Jelly – Coworking in various locations around NYC, including Bryant Park, Williamsburg, and Tribeca. Jellies usually occur every other Friday, and they generally take place in someone’s living room. Jelly is always completely free! (Manhattan & Brooklyn)
  • 3rdward – For creative design professionals in Brooklyn
  • SparkSpace – “coworking for startups”
  • New Work City – Manhattan’s community coworking space. Full-time, part-time, and drop-in memberships, as well as workshops and events.
  • The Hive at 55 – Shared workspace for 30+ people, three private workrooms, as well as flexible space for conferences and workshops. Sponsored by the Alliance for Downtown New York.
  • WeWorkNYC – Located in downtown Manhattan with multiple options for any businesses needs.
  • The Fueled Collective- Located atop the historic Prince Building in SoHo, the Fueled Collective boasts cool features like free snacks, drinks, kitchen, ping pong table, unlimited conference room access and a cool view of Foursquare’s office from an interior balcony.


  • Betahouse – Coworking for entrepreneur, technologists and creatives in Central Square Cambridge.
  • Geek Offices – Cambridge coworking with 25 cubicles ready to go and a full set of amenities
  • WorkBar – Downtown Boston shared office space
  • Cambridge Coworking Center – Located in Cambridge with monthly rates at $250
  • Design Annex – Design Annex provides the resources for small firms and solo practitioners in design fields in Somerville and surrounding communities to grow their businesses.


  • COOP – “Where Ideas Hatch” Shared workspace in Fulton Market with options available for the day, week, or month.
  • Ravenswood Coworking Group – Located at Montrose and Ravenswood.
  • OfficePort – Multiple locations in the US.
  • TechNexus – Various options in downtown Chicago. They are a premier technology collaboration facility.


  • Conjunctured – The first coworking center in Austin. First day is free
  • Soma Vida – One place to live well, work well and play
  • Texas Coworking – Rates starting at $250/month
  • Cospace – Whether planning a meeting or looking for an office Cospace can accommodate


  • Coworking Seattle – Volunteer community put together to discuss coworking opportunities in Seattle.
  • Indie Ballard – Coworking for start-ups and independent entrepreneurs, developers and creatives – in the center of Ballard.
  • The Maple Leaf Branch – Located in North Seattle with affordable pricing for entrepreneurs
  • Metrix Create Space – Workspace for makers and crafters
  • Office Nomads – Located in Capitol Hill. Dedicated to creating a creative nad dynamic workspace for nomadic workers.
  • StartPad – Software development offices with coworking options for everyone
  • North Star Offices – Available weekends and evenings with virtual and private offices along with conference room space.
  • Suite133 – Located in Tacoma
  • Thinkspace – One of the most well known centers in the area. Located in downtown Redmond.


  • NedSpace – Two locations in downtown and old town Portland.
  • Souk – Focusing on empowerment, connection & support and the future of work.
  • Activspace – Our mission is to provide a safe, functional, private space where your creativity can flow. With four locations in Portland.
  • The Hive – Part of the Leftbank Project. The Hive cots $350/month with 24/7 access to your space.


  • The Hive – $250 month for 24/7 access and a permanent desk.
  • CreativeFarm.net – A collaborative environment for creative individuals and small businesses.

San Francisco:

  • CitizenSpace – Taking the best of the coffee shop and the best of the work place and putting it together. Located on Second St.
  • Sandbox Suites – Two locations in San Francisco and Berkley.
  • Parisoma – Located in the Soma district. Holds events and offers coworking space.
  • ReactorSF – Creative workspace for individuals. Split between large common room and private offices for all.
  • Hub -Workplace by day, event center by night. Hub has locations all over the world providing a place for changemakers.
  • 2431 Mission – 9 desks and 4 offices. Contact Dan Schmeltzer for info.


  • Gangplank – Free coworking space along with events. Focuses on collaboration and development in the Phoenix area.
  • Optin Learning Center – $49/month for own cubicle and access to community area.

San Diego:

  • Digital Telepathy – Web Design firm that has opened its door for coworking. Free to stop by on occasion and a fee to reserve a space.
  • Hive – San Diego’s original coworking office with two locations.


  • Stongbox West – Casual environment with flexible plans.
  • 151 Locust – Not just a place to work but a place to grow your business to the next level. Day passes start at only $7.
  • Ignition Alley – Bringing together Atlanta’s growing community of entrepreneurs and freelancers.


  • CoLab – Providing a community for independents in Orlando. Monthly rates.

Every Other City (just about):

Jelly – Casual networking events held around the world at coffee shops, homes and offices. Anyone can go just find a scheduled one in your area or start one up if there isn’t already a local one!

Know of a local coworking center? Leave its link and city in the comments below!

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  • http://businessbeware.biz/ Ashley

    LOVE this! I wish I was near one of the places to do this! So smart…

  • http://Under30CEO.com Jared O'Toole

    There are tons of centers popping up in smaller communities so maybe there is one close by! Also informal groups like Jelly are everywhere so maybe there is a work meetup at a local coffee shop or something.

  • http://www.loosecubes.com Jocelyn

    This is an awesome article. I didn't know about all of these. Check out my new website… http://www.loosecubes.com (invite code: BlueTrain). It's a free listing site that aggregates all the coworking spaces and other cool temporary spaces onto one website for start-ups, freelancers, consultants etc. Some of these coworking spaces have already listed on here. Go start-ups!

  • Wheremmm

    This is probably one of the best quick reference articles that I have seen in some time..thanks!
    In Los Angeles there were only 2 centers for about 2+ years: mine which is more artist & Hollywood based, “WHERE” Meet, Mix Mogul (http://www.wheremmm.com) near downtown Los Angels and another closer to the west-side called Blankspaces. Now there are four sites here in LA and expansion from both of the 'old-timers' for second spaces underway. I really like this list because it shows how their are subtle and vast differences from one coworking scene to another….so when in doubt that coworking isn't right for you…just try another venue where you may click more with the community/ host of the site.
    ps. Coworking is global so when you travel you may want to look for a place to stop in because it is a great resource for all good things. Danielle at wheremmm@gmail.com

  • Caleb

    thincspace in Savannah, GA: http://www.thincspace.com/

  • http://Under30CEO.com Jared O'Toole

    Glad you like it! It is so true how different centers can be a whole new environment and have different features. So definitely check out a few before you throw in the towel with coworking.

  • Wendy

    In the West Los Angeles / Santa Monica area, there is Coloft — http://www.coloft.com
    An awesome coworking space for startups, entrepreneurs, and independents. Located in the middle of the action in Santa Monica.

  • http://www.tammycamp.com Tammy Camp

    Hey Matt!

    Great post. Sad I didn't get to see you at Summit Series DC10.

    Just a note:

    I heart this co-working facility: http://dogpatchlabs.com

    They have locations in San Francisco, NYC and Cambridge!
    Love the list!


  • Julie

    Matt – Great list and your site is a fantastic resource! Like it…

    Another affordable and flexible option for young entrepreneurs in regards to office space is to share space with another business who has extra space for lease within their existing space. Not only do both parties benefit from sharing the rent expense, but there is potentially the added bonus of sharing business referrals. For an added resource for affordable start-up space and a national list of business to business shared spaces for lease, including coworking spaces, check out http://www.SharedBusinessSpace.com

  • http://twitter.com/AldeanTech Al Dean

    Don't forget the Enterprise Oasis on the waterfront in Philadelphia http://www.enterpriseoasis.com Great space right at a marina!

  • http://www.venturemixx.com/ Tony Ruiz

    Sweet list guys!! I'll definitely check some of these places out. You can never go wrong with co-working centers!! Woohoo!

  • http://potential2success.com Ralph

    Sweet! One right here in my hometown! Thanks for this. I'll be needing some office space soon

  • http://twitter.com/SmallBizPhil Phil Woods

    What about Delaware? Yes, Delaware. That's the tiny state wedged between Maryland and New Jersey.

    The Coin Loft (http://thecoinloft.com) is filled with successful entrepreneurs who are turning out some brilliant work. If you're in the area, come by and cowork with us.

    Phil – - http://whereinde.com

  • http://Under30CEO.com Jared O'Toole

    Thanks for the comment with the link Tammy. Will look into them!

  • http://Under30CEO.com Jared O'Toole

    Great idea Julie. Thanks for the link….my question was going to be how do you find businesses with extra office space for lease but then you answered!

  • http://Under30CEO.com Jared O'Toole

    Definitely Tony…Coworking centers are fun just because of the environment your almost always guaranteed to at least meet some interesting people or have an interesting discussion while at one.

  • http://Under30CEO.com Jared O'Toole

    Great link Phil! Thanks for the info

  • Jocelyn

    The coolest part about the coworking movement is that all the spaces are incredible. There's no drab traditional corporate office space. It really helps drive the creative and inspirational environment that entrepreneurs thrive in.

  • Info

    Calgary, Canada http://coworkYYC.com

  • http://under30ceo.com MattWilsontv

    Hey Jocelyn, I agree. Right now I'm on site at my client's office at WeWorkNYC. It's been a great experience working out of their offices. So much of what I do is remotely, but you can't replace getting to know people in the office environment and solidifying those relationships.

  • http://under30ceo.com MattWilsontv

    Hey Tony, thanks for the comment. Arizona has some pretty big entrepreneurial things going on doesn't it? What about at ASU? Is their an incubator/co-working space at all? I know their e-ship program is amazing.

  • http://under30ceo.com MattWilsontv

    Hey Al, looks like a good place–thanks for the contribution! Do you work out of Enterprise Oasis?

  • Jocelyn

    I love WeWorkNYC. Their space in SOHO is incredible. Enjoy!

  • http://under30ceo.com MattWilsontv

    Shared Business Space is an interesting idea for entrepreneurs to sublease office space from business owners who are looking for someone to fill vacant space. I'm a fan of the idea, let me know how I can help!

  • http://under30ceo.com MattWilsontv

    Hey Tammy–I've heard about DogPatch I think there are some real innovative companies coming out of there. Sad I didn't make it to DC10–how was it? Let me know when you are back in NYC.

  • http://www.venturemixx.com/ Tony Ruiz

    It does! Its an undercover base. Tons of innovators when you look in the right places. ASU has an innovation center…called SkySong. Its not publicly known as a co-working space but when you meet the right people they are always welcoming to have people visit time-to-time and work on projects. I graduated last month so I'll be looking for a co-working space this coming year.

  • http://www.venturemixx.com/ Tony Ruiz

    Definitely – Sunshine Suites looks like a great place, hands down!

  • Evona

    Hey All! WorkBar here – We're excited to be listed, we absolutely love the entrepreneur community and the amazing collaboration that takes place in our coworking space! http://workbarboston.com – If you're ever in the area we'd love for you to stop by and take a look.

  • Jocelyn

    Does anyone know of coworking spaces in Washington DC? I have a lot of friends that are looking for spaces?

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  • http://ekinci.tumblr.com Ky Ekinci

    Nice list. Office Divvy in Florida's Northeast (Flagler County) offers free coworking jelly second Wednesday of each month; in addition to the paid Coworking in Palm Coast, FL with over 50 hours a week…

    “Coworking Visa” is an appealing concept for exchange membership of space during travel, and I hope to see a blog post on that soon!

  • Johnsearby

    We've just started a coworking space in Peoria, IL: WORKflow Peoria – http://www.workflowpeoria.com – Grand Opening was May 4, 2010 and we're already looking to expand to a larger space!

  • http://appmakr.com AppMakr

    How do you completely disregard Washington, DC?



  • http://www.i2e.org/ Jim Rogers

    In Oklahoma City, named Best Place to Start A New Small Business (http://bit.ly/4vjUiy), the place to be is the Oklahoma City Coworking Collaborative, or OKCCoCo (http://okccoco.com). Lots of smart, creative people working in the tech and creative spaces.

  • Dizzy

    Um, hello? Silicon Valley?

  • http://Under30CEO.com Jared O'Toole

    Did not mean to. DC did not make the original list which we polled our audience on and it was not mentioned in the comments there. Thats where we drew this list from.

  • http://Under30CEO.com Jared O'Toole

    Thanks for the info on the coworking visa! Will look into it more for a possible post.

  • http://Under30CEO.com Jared O'Toole
  • http://www.SharedBusinessSpace.com Julie Clark

    Thanks for the thumbs up Matt! I'd love to talk to you more about how I can offer tips or advice to your readers on finding and assessing the most affordable and flexible office space options for entrepreneurs, small businesses and startups. Coworking communities are certainly a fantastic option for many, but sometimes, depending on the type of business or use of space, may not be the ideal option. Luckily, there are tons of afforable options these days to share not only office space, but studio space and warehouse space too. Anyone who needs free advice about affordable space options, feel free to contact me!

    Julie Clark

  • http://www.odower.com Andy O'Dower

    Used the Hive in Denver for 6 months. Great location. Nice resource.

  • David Moffitt

    We'd like to think Rochester NY is full of entrepreneurs – and as the founder of Coworking Rochester (http://www.coworkingrochester.com) I've seen plenty a brilliant mind come through here. We have a nice mix of startups and established businesses (mostly sole-proprietor) working in our space and it's always exciting to see people's innovations, whether its e-commerce SAAS platforms, expo web-apps, Safari plugins, etc.

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  • http://under30ceo.com MattWilsontv

    Awesome Julie, I'll be in contact!

  • Iris Kavanagh

    NextSpace Coworking -San Francisco – 2nd & Market
    NextSpace Coworking + Innovation – Santa Cruz – Cooper and Pacific

    200+ active members
    24 hour access
    Day use, Cafe memberships, Workstations and Offices in both locations

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/YJNKOZ3Z23DLS3UUUOUQL7YSUQ MeatW

    Uhm, if you're listing CoLab then you should list the Atlanta one too: http://colaboratory.net/

    Also, there's a “the hub” in Atlanta: http://atlanta.the-hub.net/public/

    If you could make the word “Atlanta” link to http://coworkingatlanta.org/, that'd be great

  • http://www.linkedin.com/pub/john-kreklow/19/35a/16a John Kreklow

    In South Dakota the SBA is very active in providing low rent work space for small entrepreneurs throughout the state. These offices are very nice and provide great value to small start-up businesses. Check out this link for information on what the SBA provides in small towns across the US. If you are an entrepreneur in small town USA, these are some great resources to tap into. http://www.sba.gov

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  • http://www.newstrust.net kzar

    Philadelphia also has Indyhall (http://indyhall.org/), home to a lot of Philly startups.

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  • Altamont Cowork

    Tracy, CA is the hub of activity in the Central Valley…we are the source of most of the commuters clogging the Bay Area roads….seriously, nice list! :-)

  • http://mikewhaling.com Mike Whaling

    I used to work out of CoLab Orlando occasionally — I'll vouch that it's a great spot.

    Haven't seen it mentioned yet, but check out Qwirk if you're ever in Columbus … great location in German Village, easy access to downtown, OSU and the airport. Dedicated offices are $275, day passes are only $10 (Fridays are free), good diverse group of businesses.

  • http://www.BLANKSPACES.com Jerome

    Thanks Danielle for the mention. We at http://www.BLANKSPACES.com hosted Tsavo Media 2 years ago and they just got bought for $75M!!!

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  • http://twitter.com/sheeplessco Scott Ballum

    Great list. One correction re: New York. Green Spaces (http://www.greenspaceshome.com) is now in Manhattan near Tribeca. The Brooklyn MEx space is run independently as a cooperative workspace now called Common Spaces (http://commonspaces.org). Both are great and offer different options for entrepreneurs! (disclosure, I used to work at Common Spaces!)

  • Joseph

    Great list :) We are putting the pieces together to open an entrepreneur café and coworking space in Tampa, FL – http://www.CoCreativ.com/form.html

  • http://ryanpricemedia.com Ryan Price

    Your description of Coworking is abysmal. It does not lend any help to differentiating Coworking from a shared desk, pay-as-you-go office environment.

    One of the most important things about a great coworking space is the safe atmosphere it creates for collaboration and mentoring.

    At a coffee shop, I can't turn to the person next to me and ask their opinion on something, or brainstorm an idea for my project – they would look at me funny.

    At many shared desk environments, it's dog-eat-dog, and if two people are in the same business, they'd be in direct competition, and likely stealing clients from each other.

    Since the coworking space is more collegial, you can share that project with your potential competition, or hand it to him when you get to busy, and he might be inclined to hand the next one to you.

    Also, the vibe of a great coworking space is hard to match, even at most places that use the term “Co-Working” somewhere in their sales pitch. The collected energy, passion, and raw talent is often dripping from the walls. There are many spaces where people are not just getting started, they're putting down roots.

  • http://c3sart.com Cesar Torres

    Hey there—I'm one of the co-founders of Conjunctured in Austin. Thanks so much for the nod! It's good to see coworking is spreading all over badass cities!

  • http://c3sart.com Cesar Torres

    Hey there—I'm one of the co-founders of Conjunctured in Austin. Thanks so much for the nod! It's good to see coworking is spreading all over badass cities!

  • http://twitter.com/thenetworkhub The Network Hub

    If the entrepreneur ever come to Vancouver, Canada make sure to drop by The Network Hub (http://www.thenetworkhub.ca).

    Thank you for the list!

  • DCer

    http://Affinitylab.com is DC based with 2 locations.. and it's actually the oldest coworking space in the country (9 yrs)… if you're in DC you need to check it out

  • jay

    green desk is better than all of the above

  • http://www.zachferres.com zcferres

    Hooray for QWIRK!

  • Roger

    New Jersey just opened a few new coworking spaces last month,

    Converge in Union, NJ (http://www.convergenj.com)

    and Launch Pad Creative in Woodbridge (http://www.launchpad-creatives.com).

  • Sandy

    Check out @decindublin and http://decindublin.com We have grown from one tenant to 44 businesses in one year's time.

  • http://www.zachferres.com zcferres

    Dublin is in the Columbus area. It is where our BounceFire office is. Great incubation space!

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  • Davidcrais

    And several in New Orleans too, and Baton Rouge, Lafayette, and Houston Tech Center.

  • Have non-profit, will travel

    The real question is, when the Recession ends, and people get back to work and ‘real’ entrepreneurs get funding and real businesses begin to grow again, will these “co-working” centers become passe’. These are really just extensions of someone’s living room, and there’s a reason businesses don’t work out of living rooms. Or if they do, they have to grow out of them to have a real functional office space. Many of the “start ups” in these “launch pad, hub, coworker” spaces are really just sole freelancers doing contract work at best. And the ones that call themselves some sort of Web 2.0 “innovation” company are not even programmers, most I see are just editing WordPress templates.
    As someone who’s grown medical companies, including completing an IPO on the American Stock Exchange with our management team, I find it amusing this cultural phenomenon of a bunch of unemployed grads in jeans and flipflops with little or no proprietary technologies or business models (but all seem to have quirky or cute names) talking about how they’re “innovators” or “startups” or “entrepreneurs”. “Pretenders” comes to my mind.
    But, like so many other era’s, from the 60′s to the “slacker” era in the early 90′s, some of these folks will move on and prosper – in real businesses – and others will one day get a good job, go back to school (and usually wind up teaching), or a few will just continue to coast without any real direction. Even today, it’s sometimes hard to distinguish a homeless person from one of these folks in a coworking center. The homeless people have a bottle of wine; the “webpreneur” has an iPhone. But they’re probably both broke. Except for the “trustafarian” trust fund kids who are also in these coworking centers, especially in warmer and more exciting locations. New Orleans is attacting many now. Life post Katrina is “cool”. They can also say they are “volunteering” to “help the Recovery”. But you’ll find them more often at a concert or on Bourbon Street than helping any recovery activities. They also don’t seem to like to spend much time with black people. But, they’re having fun. But soon, after this recession ends, it will time to get back to real work. We’ll have to see how these ‘co-working centers’ do then.

  • http://www.walktalkchewgum.com/ Sara Davidson

    Just spent some time at Coloft last week and met some incredibly awesome people. The energy was great, right in the heart of the startup scene down there.

  • http://www.walktalkchewgum.com/ Sara Davidson

    I know I’m a little late to the game, but just thought I’d add our coworking space here in Omaha, which also is a great city for entrepreneurs. :)

    CAMP: http://www.campcoworking.com/

  • http://webwebsitedesign.com/ calgary web designer

    I wish know more abuot of coworking Centers, I think that is a great idea.
    Thank’s for sharing this topic is really wonderful.

  • http://www.nomadz.nl suzanne

    Well, if you are in the netherlands try: http://www.nomadz.nl. a nice 25 space, 2 meetingroom coworking space and community in the hague, netherlands you are welcome! (especially if you bring a box of cookies)

  • http://twitter.com/ThePortalTX The Portal

    We just opened a CoWorking facility in The Woodlands, TX (North Houston)!! Please check us out on Facebook (The Portal TX) and on Twitter (ThePortalTX) and http://www.woodlandsportalonline.com (under construction). Check us out on the web and when you are in Houston, drop on in to the Portal!! We even have a Coffee/Energy bar to help keep you going and a gym to take out all your frustrations so you don’t lose a client!! ;) Lauren (the only blonde) is ready meet you in her Badass city!! (@ Cesar Torres, LOL)

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4ZPHGAKL5EOTVW5HWANIMLAXEE A-Dude

    Hi, is it possible to update your post and add the great and beautiful city of Miami ;-) ? We have a great coworking space (http://www.MiamiShared.com) and would love to get the word out.

  • The Portal

    Cesar Hi
    I am a co-founder too of a co-working facility here in the North of Houston.
    Check us out on the web, we would like to be like Europe where all coworking facilities are in touch to better serve everyone involved:
    or contact me directly

  • Curmudgeon

    Wow! Ease up with the cynicism attitude towards all these. Have non-profit, will travel have some faith in the new entrepreneur that may not fit “your idea” of what he or she should look like but who is nevertheless trying to make something of the aftermath of a bad recession.
    You bring up many interesting points while putting many people down, kind of a contradiction, don’t you think?
    Coworking is quite successful in Europe and it does not seem to be just another fad and let’s not talk about people like the founder of Facebook. I bet if you had met them you would’ve thought they’d never make it…

  • The Portal

    Well said Ryan, at The Portal, we aim at matching that exact description. They synergy is something else. So fun!!

  • The Portal

    Here in Houston we are aiming at making that list pretty soon!! The Portal is that brand new concept in the area called coworking. The hardest part is educating people about coworking. It takes time but we are here to stay!! Come check us out!!
    North Houston Area

  • http://twitter.com/PrescottCoWork Jack Wilson

    A new coworking facility is opening in Prescott AZ with a Soft Open Tour this Thursday, March 24. See our blog: http://launchpadprescott.wordpress.com/

  • Harry

     sotechie spaces in NYC, is a coworking space.  It’s not on here, had a great visit at the location during my time in NYC.  www.sotechiespaces.com

  • Audrey

    Bitmap Creative Labs in Brooklyn! Check us out! http://www.bitmapnyc.com/about.html

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  • Liz

    You missed Link Coworking in Austin, Texas.  We are unique in that our membership is primarily women and woman owned!  http://www.linkcoworking.com

    Cheers – Liz

  • Launchpad Creatives

    Hi! My name is Melissa and I work for a company called Launchpad Creatives located in downtown Woodbridge, NJ. We rent out desks and coworking spaces to creative individuals and business owners. If anyone is interested, check us out at http://www.launchpad-creatives.com or call us at (732)596-7044. 

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  • Socialism

    The Hackernest in Toronto, Ontario – marketcrashers.com/office 

  • http://twitter.com/ramonsuarez Ramón Suárez ???

    Don’t forget the coworking spaces in Europe. In Brussels (Belgium) Betagroup Coworking Brussels.

  • mike

    in Denver, Also check out Cluster Studios.  www.clusterdenver.com
    They were one of the first official spaces designed in Denver.

  • Jaybyrd

    Have Non-Profit raises a good point though.  I am a young(er) person starting a business and could utilize the co-working environment (If I could find one within 25-45 miles of Frederick, MD).  I like the idea of having somewhere to go to “feel the stoke.”  If I grow my business and become successful, I’m guessing I may stop going.  I’d like to start one in Frederick, but a few calculations show that it would likely be a losing venture.  Bummer, huh?

    Curmudgeon, I’m with you on staying positive but don’t forget that clash of ideas and personalities is what can create new ideas and business too.  It’s almost like we’re co-working in this thread ;-)  

    If Europe’s Co-working culture is doing so well, why don’t a few of us get our sh*t together, find out why it’s successful and apply that to this American market?

    Take care all.

  • Fincrisis


    We are trying to create Innovation Center with co-working space. As we want to make it quite cheap , we are having high interest from young entrepreneurs. Are there any tips you can give on the co-working criteria? Who is more preferable and why? How to manage high volume of applicants?  Please help , my email is fincrisis@mail.ru 

  • Fincrisis


    We are trying to create Innovation Center with co-working space. As we want to make it quite cheap , we are having high interest from young entrepreneurs. Are there any tips you can give on the co-working criteria? Who is more preferable and why? How to manage high volume of applicants?  Please help , my email is fincrisis@mail.ru 

  • Fincrisis


    We are trying to create Innovation Center with co-working space. As we want to make it quite cheap , we are having high interest from young entrepreneurs. Are there any tips you can give on the co-working criteria? Who is more preferable and why? How to manage high volume of applicants?  Please help , my email is fincrisis@mail.ru 

  • Fincrisis


    We are trying to create Innovation Center with co-working space. As we want to make it quite cheap , we are having high interest from young entrepreneurs. Are there any tips you can give on the co-working criteria? Who is more preferable and why? How to manage high volume of applicants?  Please help , my email is fincrisis@mail.ru 

  • Fincrisis


    We are trying to create Innovation Center with co-working space. As we want to make it quite cheap , we are having high interest from young entrepreneurs. Are there any tips you can give on the co-working criteria? Who is more preferable and why? How to manage high volume of applicants?  Please help , my email is fincrisis@mail.ru 

  • Fincrisis


    We are trying to create Innovation Center with co-working space. As we want to make it quite cheap , we are having high interest from young entrepreneurs. Are there any tips you can give on the co-working criteria? Who is more preferable and why? How to manage high volume of applicants?  Please help , my email is fincrisis@mail.ru 

  • Marie

    Hey, thanks for this list ! 
    You can add more coworking spaces, there are a few more on eWorky

  • Larry

    CraveLab in Downtown Los Angeles, CA is my favorite coworking space. Check it out at http://www.cravelab.com

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  • Alex Linsker

    In Portland Oregon, Souk closed but Collective Agency http://collectiveagency.co/ has been at the same location for more than 2 years. We have about 50 members, a big open loft for a cooperative cozy workplace with lots of light, a strong membership community, and conference rooms for members and meetings.