Aug 25, 2021
When you’re a remote worker, it’s important to know the environment you work best in. For some, that may mean working from a home office or at the dining room table, and for others, that may mean finding a local coffee shop or coworking space!
If you want to find the best coworking spots in the nation—and see if there might be a shared workspace near you—check out our list.
An inside look at 225 Dyer Street in Providence, Rhode Island
Providence: 225 Dyer Street
High-quality, flexible office and coworking spaces, as well as stocked community kitchens, unmetered access to conference rooms, operational and technical support, wellness offerings, and much more.
Boston: 75 State Street
A curated blend of private offices, open meeting rooms, and collaborative lounge areas.
An inside look at the CIRA Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Buffalo: 505 Ellicott Street
Dedicated desks, private offices, meeting rooms, and event space for as few as one and as many as 46 individuals.
New York City: Chrysler Building
In NYC, location is everything. This coworking space is located in a prime location in Midtown East, with 24-hour access to shops, services, entertainment, and restaurants.
Philadelphia: CIRA Center
Step outside of this coworking space to explore downtown Philadelphia or take in the views of the Schuylkill River.
Pittsburgh: One Oxford Center
As well as a suite of designer offices, meeting rooms, and communal areas, entrepreneurs benefit from an extensive new food court, newsstand, and more.
An inside look at the Shipt Tower in Birmingham, Alabama
Birmingham: Shipt Tower
In the heart of Downtown Birmingham, this well-situated workspace is close to the nearest train station with plenty of eateries within walking distance.
Knoxville: First Horizon Plaza
With a cafe and video conferencing facilities available onsite, your lunch and long-distance call needs are covered.
Memphis: Triad Center
Benefits include security card access and an attached parking deck, making it safe as well as accessible.
Nashville: Two American Center
Home to many significant business tenants in the complex and provides bright workspaces, fully-equipped meeting rooms, and secure parking.
An inside look at the The Pinnacle Building in Atlanta, Georgia
Jacksonville: Quadrant 1
A first-floor deli, free gym membership, and a wide variety of hotels and restaurants a short walk away.
Miami/Ft. Lauderdale: 501 East Olas Boulevard
Stop by the beach after work. Located near premier shopping and dining districts and just a short drive to the beach.
Combine sports with your work by choosing this space close to sporting events such as Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Rays, and Tampa Bay Lightning.
Atlanta: The Pinnacle Building
Underground parking, its own restaurant, and a multitude of nearby trendy eateries and lively bars.
Baltimore: Legg Mason Tower
Enjoy floor-to-ceiling windows, an outdoor seating area, an on-site coffee bar, state-of-the-art video conferencing facilities, and handy parking.
Charlotte: 2459 Wilkinson Boulevard
Has an open kitchen and cafe area that’s fully stocked with snacks and offers all the fridge space you need to fuel your team.
Richmond: Two Paragon Place
Located on a beautifully landscaped campus with an elegant reception area; this building is a premium choice.
Washington, D.C.: 050 Connecticut Avenue Northwest
An on-site fitness suite is available for your use, and there is plenty of food and retail outlets nearby.
An inside look at the Place St. Charles in New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans: Place St Charles
Surrounded by excellent places to eat and drink, or head closer to nature with a nearby riverside.
Oklahoma City: 3030 NW Expressway
A great budget option! No long-term lease, no full-time staffing costs, no need to buy and upgrade expensive office equipment.
Tulsa: Kennedy Building
Enjoy views of the Tulsa skyline from the third floor, retire to the business lounge or host a productive session with remote colleagues in the video conferencing studio.
Austin: 501 Congress Avenue
Surrounded by premier eateries, luxury shops, and the very best the city has to offer.
Dallas/Ft. Worth: 2550 Pacific Avenue
A fully refurbished office space with 24-hour access and meeting rooms on demand.
Houston: CityCentre One
A shared workspace located in an upscale commercial development with open-air plazas, green spaces, and a host of retail, dining, and entertainment venues.
San Antonio: One Riverwalk Place
Has a beautifully landscaped riverfront courtyard and is within walking distance to museums, theaters, and restaurants.
An inside look at the GM Renaissance Center in Detroit, Michigan
Bloomington: The Mill
Offers flexible plans that include access to mail service, a podcast studio, 24/7 access, and more.
Chicago: Adlake Building
If you love having a balance between work and play, this co-working space has a Ping Pong table and an awesome work lounge for networking.
Detroit: GM Renaissance Center
A quick walk from a variety of local restaurants. It also has a gym and fitness center and beautiful views across the river!
Minneapolis: 121 Washington Ave.N
Are you wanting to shop or eat out after work? This coworking space is a short walk to a shopping area and chef-driven restaurants.
Kansas City: 1712 Main Street
Additional resources include a soundstage & photography studio, performance theater & event spaces, cafes & kitchens, fitness & gaming, sport court & dance studio, as well as outdoor spaces.
St. Louis: 4240 Duncan Avenue
A one-stop-shop! Beautifully designed office spaces, with coworking, wet lab facilities, event spaces, and shared amenities such as meeting rooms, phone booths, and a fully-stocked kitchen.
Cincinnati: Towers of Kenwood
The modern refurbishment and on-site facilities including a coffee bar and seated terrace provide a professional and flexible working environment.
Columbus: One Crosswoods
Ready to relax after you’re done working? After a productive day here, you can enjoy one of the many neighboring restaurants or play a round of golf nearby.
Madison: 811 East Washington Avenue
Stylish private offices, spacious coworking areas perfect for mingling with local professionals, impressive meeting rooms with views of Lake Mendota, and more.
An inside look at the 8181 Arista Place in Denver, Colorado
Phoenix: One Renaissance Tower
If your remote job requires research, this place is for you. It offers the best access to government buildings, ASU’s college campus, and sports and entertainment venues.
Colorado Springs: Alamo Corporate Center
Hotels, shops, and restaurants are all within walking distance, as well as mountain trails when you want to take a break.
Denver: 8181 Arista Place
This luxurious spot offers access to a rooftop patio where you can go and relax or do work outside. There's also a ping pong table and an outdoor patio.
Las Vegas: 500 North Rainbow Boulevard
For entertaining clients, you'll find restaurants and hotels close by and great connections to whisk you downtown.
Salt Lake City: 6975 Union Park Avenue
Office space, coworking areas, meeting rooms, and a drop-in business lounge, all with the technical support you need to get going immediately.
An inside look at the 8181 Arista Place in Denver, Colorado
Fresno: 2005 Eye Street
A collaborative workspace where small businesses, remote workers, startups, and students create amazing work and conquer their goals.
Los Angeles: 1800 Vine
Located at the heart of Hollywood, this coworking space was designed with innovation and collaboration in mind.
Sacramento: Park Tower
A wealth of places to explore close by in this dynamic city, from delicious lunch venues to a gym and fitness center
San Francisco: Providian Financial Building
Centered around the iconic waterfront clock tower, the area is close to great transport links and home to numerous restaurants and attractions.
San Jose: 690 Saratoga Avenue, Suite 100
Quiet community vibe, professional meeting rooms, cozy lounges, and neighbors with well-maintained manners.
Portland: 1355 Northwest Everett Street
Has all your tech needs: powerful wifi, mounted HDTVs, Polycom system, and Apple TV. HDMI cords and converters available upon request.
Seattle: 2815 Elliott Avenue
This area is a foodie's dream, packed with chic eateries that are the perfect place to spend a lunch break, as well as the famous Bang Bang Café – renowned for its breakfast burritos.
Remote jobs can allow you to work wherever you want.
If you’d like to work from one of the remote coworking spaces, but you need a remote job, explore this list of companies with permanent full-time remote work opportunities. We also have tips on how to switch to a flexible work arrangement.
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