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No matter what you’re looking for in a coworking space, Austin has got it all. With choices ranging from modern and minimalist open offices in the hustle and bustle of downtown, to suburban workspaces that provide a wide range of amenities, it might seem hard to decide what to settle for. To ease that process, we looked at the top-rated hubs on Google Maps, and came up with a (non-exhaustive) list of 15 awesome Austin coworking spaces that might come in handy for solopreneurs and small businesses alike. Browse the full list below, and read on for details about each space.
If the busy downtown area is not for you, Atmosphere might do the trick. Located in East Austin at 2400 E. Cesar Chaves St., it provides fine amenities such as a modern industrial furnished interior, a well-stocked kitchen and state-of-the-art professional equipment. Besides that, the fantastic natural light is one perk that can’t be missed. Options come in three packages, ranging from $100 per month for one day a week to $300 per month for unlimited 24/7 access.
Would you like to work in a central location where you can finish your workday in one of the numerous nearby restaurants and coffee shops? Then Capital Factory might be the perfect choice. Located at 701 Brazos St., its wide choice of amenities includes an amazing common area, a well-stocked kitchen and ergonomic furniture. On top of that, this coworking space welcomes all kinds of people, from starting freelancers to experienced professionals, so you’re free to drop by regardless of your level of experience.
If you’re on the lookout for a flexible office space to do a day’s work in, you might want to consider Createscape. Located at 701 Tillery St., it offers an extensive choice of office options, from a $20 open office day pass, to $700 per month for a private office. The various types of rooms can accommodate between 8 and 25 people. Additionally, you can drop by anytime you like, as day passes can be arranged upfront and parking is complimentary.
Located at 1700 S. Lamar Blvd. in what used to be a dance studio, this coworking space offers membership-based access that can vary from one-day passes to unlimited monthly admittance. There are also eight meeting rooms that can be booked for a fee. With a simplistic design and an abundance of natural light, fibercove’s goal is to make work as productive as possible. Prices range from $35 for one day a month to $700 for a dedicated desk, with $400 credit going towards booking private fiber rooms.
Sharing the same building with Google and CBRE means that the coworking space located at 500 W. 2nd St., on the 19th floor of a new Class A+ building is a great opportunity for startups. Besides offering stunning views of downtown Austin, FIRMSPACE provides one- and two-desk closed offices, ranging from $900 per month for a one-desk interior office, to $3,800 per month for a two-desk window office. Additional amenities include a workout facility, complimentary beverages throughout the day, as well as regular after-hours events.
This coworking hub located at 1139 W. Braker Lane is the best choice if commuting to downtown is out of the question. Greenway Central offers various attractive amenities, such as free parking, high-speed Wi-Fi, high-quality projectors and flipcharts, as well as comfortable seating. Office prices vary between $450 per month for access to an open-office desk to $1,500 per month for a private three-desk office.
If you strive to work in a cool space that goes the extra mile to impress, this 5540 N. Lamar Blvd. location is the ideal choice for you. At Impact Hub, the attention to detail is a top priority, with a vast array of special amenities that include yoga and meditation classes, as well as various programs and events with great networking opportunities. Prices go from $35 for one day a month to $500 a month for a full-time fixed desk. There are also several private offices with one or more desks available.
You can’t get more central than 201 W. 5th St., in the brand-new LEED-certified building that Industrious calls home. In addition to regular office amenities such as high-speed internet and conference rooms, Industrious emphasizes the importance of unwinding from time to time with cozy relaxation rooms and a chill coffee bar and lounge. Prices range from $545 per month for a dedicated desk in a shared space, to $3,573 per month for a private five-desk office.
Another workplace perfect for people who want to skip the rush hour traffic to downtown Austin, Link coworking is located at 2700 W. Anderson Lane in the northern side of the city. Surrounded by several cool coffeeshops and burger bars, the hub boasts amenities such as common gathering lounges and premium coffee services. If you’re a fan of caffeine, then you’re in luck at Link. There are also three different membership plans for coworking spaces, ranging from $150 to $400, while prices for leasing a private multi-desk office vary between $1,200 and $7,200.
This south Austin coworking space located at 2110 Slaughter Lane is a community of positive people that welcomes all kinds of entrepreneurs. Ideal for people that don’t want to commute the whole way to downtown Austin, it offer some fine amenities like a fully-stocked kitchen with delicious snacks, as well as ergonomic furniture and seating. On top of that, Orange Coworking is also the host of regular growth-oriented events and workshops.
Owned by the world’s largest provider of flexible workplaces, the 3800 N. Lamar Blvd. coworking hub is ideally located near St. David’s Hospital and the University of Texas. Regus – Lamar Central offers a comprehensive package of private and open offices with high-speed Wi-Fi. A wide range of amenities, such as unlimited access to community meeting rooms, as well as cleaning and maintenance services, are all included in the same price.
Located at 2324 E. Cesar Chavez St., Soma Vida is not a regular coworking place. This community is focused on promoting a healthy work-life balance, with an emphasis on self-development and peace of mind. In addition to the usual amenities of a shared office, like a common lounge and lavish conference room, wellbeing facilities and events such as yoga classes and growth-oriented seminars play an important role in the workplace. Packages go from $95 to $1,295 per month, depending on facility and office access, as well as the number of desks you wish to book.
If you need something less formal and are looking for a homier workspace in downtown Austin, this coworking hub is probably your best choice. Located at 612 Brazos St., it features a meticulously thought-out interior with plenty of appealing details. On top of that, it’s an ideal place for photography freelancers, as there’s a state-of-the-art studio on the premises. The three different memberships vary from $300 per month for open-office access to $450 per month for a dedicated desk. For access to the photo studio and private offices you’ll have to pay extra fees.
Located at 500 E. Saint John’s Ave. in north Austin, this shared office has 10 different membership packages, so there’s something for everyone. That means flexibility is key at Vessel, with a 24/7 schedule and budget-friendly $25 day passes. If you wish to be able to work whenever you want, you’ll have to pay a fee of $425 per month for a 24/7 dedicated desk. The open-concept lounges with generous desk space and comfortable chairs, the super-fast Wi-Fi and the spacious conference rooms will surely have a positive impact on your productivity.
Last but not least, this premium coworking space located at 3300 N. Interstate 35 offers a wide choice of private offices ranging from one desk to 50+ desks, as well as access to an open office. Besides the high-speed internet, state-of-the-art conference rooms and unique common area – “the hearth and soul” of the location, WeWork University Park is also pet-friendly. Prices go from $410 per month for a hot desk to $14,700 per month for private 21- to 50-seat offices.