Coworking Directory—USA Better Than Working from Home + Networking with Other Founders

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Venture Founders Coworking Directory—USA: New startups find that shared work spaces are a huge improvement over working from home, an internet café, or committing too early to their own office lease. The benefits include, flexibility, networking, paying only for the services used and feeling that you are really in business. “Coworking operators strive to create space with belonging, connection and community,” says Liz Elam on the blog of the Global Coworking Unconference Conference (GCUC) in late 2023.

The Venture Founders Coworking Directory—USA is regularly updated. Currently it lists nearly 900 coworking spaces in America; they vary is size, scope and specialism. The Directory tries to avoid spaces which are strictly property investments.

It concentrates on locations that offer much more than a physical space to support solopreneurs, startups, freelancers and professionals. The spaces may be run by entrepreneurs, local communities, educational institutions and others dedicated to encourage a flourishing small business infrastructure.

Take a look at Coworking for Entrepreneurs: 12 Benefits

Venture Founders Coworking Directory—USA: Introduction

Coworking is a fast-growing movement to provide flexible shared workspaces. The Venture Founders Coworking Directory—USA already lists more than 883 locations across the country. The global market is projected to grow to over $13 billion a year by 2025. Many coworking spaces offer coworking directory—USAvirtual offices as well as physical space to entrepreneurs, professionals and artists. Most coworking spaces offer workspace by the hour, desk or individual office. One caveat is that although this is a burgeoning sector, there are many new coworking spaces that are short-lived, or merge are acquired, so be sure what you’re buying into.

Coworking is an activity that is maturing. but still growing both in size and sophistication. The benefits of using coworking spaces are considerable, both in terms of ‘getting out of the house’, but in sharing facilities and networking with other tenants and users. Although this directory is of coworking spaces, many have maker spaces as well (but look at the Venture Founders Directory of Maker and Hacker Spaces, too). A growing number also offer virtual working possibilities, mailboxes and mail services.

Since numbers of coworking spaces are increasing rapidly, this directory will not always include every location that exists. If you do not find a suitable location where you want to work, then do you own local search. In places outside the major metro areas, this will be particularly true. There is a growth in numbers of coworking spaces that specialize by sector and demographic. There are indications that more than half of users are women and hence female-only spaces are growing.

Chains of coworking spaces are multiplying themselves, as this working and startup space phenomenon becomes more and more popular and evolved. It seems that chains occupy about 10% on the market. If you can’t find what you are seeking under your State listings, look at the Multiple Locations and Chains listing below and you may well find a space in your locality. Also, I suggest you look at the Venture Founders Directory of Business Incubators and Accelerators, for many of them may provide much more what you’re looking for. Some places are affiliated with economic development agencies, others with nonprofits, universities, and many have been started by highly motivated and purpose driven entrepreneurs.

As you’ll see from the Coworking Directory—USA, you need to be very selective, to be sure that the location you pick really meets both your operational needs and your ‘cultural’ ones. Some sites are run by non-profits, some are operated by real-estate investors (whose focus may be more on acquiring space, selling, managing or holding an asset), while others are run by groups of individuals. Economic development organizations are sometimes involved, too. Many have industrial and commercial sponsors.

Attractive and Original Offices

Many offices used by coworking spaces are converted from abandoned or empty buildings, hence sometimescoworking directory—USA
making accommodation affordable to entrepreneurs who are cash-strapped.

Among the coworking spaces in the Coworking Directory—USA, you will notice that some are sponsored by city authorities, economic development agencies, or nonprofits. These sponsors are often able to procure interesting properties at prices unavailable to other companies offering small office rentals. Indeed, some of the operators with multiple commercial coworking locations are real estate companies, rather than organizations with any particular social purpose.

One of the prettiest spaces I have come across is the Blue House in New Orleans, just south of the French Quarter (listing below). It describes itself as “welcoming, communal, and casual; it’s where new connections are made through the wide variety of programming that makes The Blue House more than a traditional coworking space.”

Significance of the Coworking Phenomenon

The significance of the coworking phenomenon is great on several dimensions. It is encouraging the entrepreneurial wave against a background of the diminishing number of startups over recent years. Based on the development of community, it is sponsoring mutuality and learning among those who might have had ideas, but lacked support.

Whereas business incubators and more so, accelerators, have a heavy financial focus, my view is that the coworking spaces in the Coworking Directory—USA are much more facilitative of the human aspects of what it takes to start an enterprise. The interactions that come from the social aspect of coworking enable innovators and business creators to network with others in different disciplines.

The sector has grown so extensively that aspiring coworking space creators can get a great deal of assistance is setting up their operation—not least from Angel Kwiatkowski, the co-founder of Cohere, a coworking space in Fort Collins, Colorado: she runs DIY Coworking.

Niche Coworking Spaces

More and more specialization is happening in the coworking movement. Alan Crowe of Room2Work in Atlanta calls it Niche Coworking, the category that seems to be growing fast. He says, “we bridge the gap between your garage and a commercial lease.” He tells me, “Niche coworking becomes more about how you work or run your business, and not just about where you work.” In essence, the space aggregates resources to help startups and early-stage companies

At Room2Work, CoWarehouse Membership, for instance, includes:

  • A professional address in an office park
  • Registered agent services for LLC, LLP, and Corporations
  • Dedicated storage configured for you and access to overflow storage
  • Available storage units with electricity
  • On-demand access to professional meeting rooms
  • On-demand Coworking access
  • On-demand podcast and video studio time.

I see Alan as a coworking  trailbrazer, because Room2Work is not simply a real estate proposition. What Alan saw was a ‘clubhouse’ for contractors, but the space has become an enclave for eCommerce. In true entrepreneurial style he’s pivoted in such a way that Room2Work now has members that range from home-based companies that use them for shipments to brick-and-mortar stores and ones that run their Amazon sales from his warehouse. Since he is so responsive, he also has five software startups, an event planner, several transportation companies and still a few contractors. Last year he provided temporary warehousing for HGTV’s Flip or Flop Showdown show. There are other warehouse coworking spaces elsewhere in the country. Examples include Warespace in Libertyville (Illinois) & Lanham (Maryland)—see listings.

Specialized Spaces in Coworking Directory—USA

Other examples include Louisville Bespoke in Kentucky (see listing) which is just for fashion makers. Another example is Geekdom in San Antonio, TX (see listing) whose purpose is to provide “an environment where we empower and inspire innovators in order to transform our world for the better.” Koi Creative in White Plains, NY (see listing), calls itself ‘hybrid’, in that it caters for creatives. LearnLaunch in Boston (see listing) specializes in edtech. The Food Loft in Boston (see listing) is in the food sector, as is Branchfood (see listing), also in Boston. provides kitchen coworking. Greentown Labs in Boston (see listing) is devoted to cleantech.

Green Coworking is growing, too. Examples include Greenspaces in Denver (see listing) and pet-friendly Greendesk has several locations (see Multiple Locations heading in the Directory). Several coworking spaces have fitness facilities, but I have just come across one in Nebraska that includes basketball, volleyball and soccer (see listing for Thrive Space).

Not surprisingly the medical profession has coworking spaces, such as Vivamedsuites in Scottsdale, AZ or Clinicube in NYC, Lina has two locations in NYC, Medstation in Lewis Center, OH; you can see their listings in the directory below. I am not in the medical field, but I believe this will be a fast growing specialized part of the coworking market. The reason is that many independent minded people in healthcare are chafing under the yoke of the dominating medical corporations.

Hoffice—Coworking Space at Home

Another related (Swedish) phenomenon is the co-called ‘hoffice’, where someone opens up their home to others as a workspace. The work spaces are free of charge, making use a during-the-day underused resource. They allow individuals to benefit from the support and intelligence of the collective, but so far as I can tell, the idea has not really taken root in the US.

However, if you can’t find a coworking space to suit you in the Coworking Directory—USA, or you live in a rural area where coworking spaces are thinner on the ground, you might find that setting up your own hoffice in your home Makes sense. As a matter of fact, it will lead to huge benefits of sharing costs, reducing overhead, being able to afford better or more services and equipment—plus networking with similar or complementary startups.

Coworking with Childcare

A further exciting new development is coworking spaces with childcare, yes with child care. Examples include The Cube in Baltimore, Nido in Durham NC, The Inc in Seattle WA, Play, Work or Dash VA, The Hive TX, The Hatchery MO (all listed below). Alley in Boston is another that is part of Verizon.

These locations are obviously more for millennials, but grandparents who help out with childcare for their children, while they create a startup (the average age for new entrepreneurs is 45), they can be a boon, too. According to Inc. magazine (Oct 2018), 63% of female founders have children.

Coworking Spaces by/for Women

There is a growing trend of coworking spaces being owned and/or designed for female entrepreneurs and other creatives, especially working mothers. Examples include in The Commons (see Minnesota listings), The Hivery (see California listings), Paper Dolls (see California listings), Hera Hub (see Multiple Locations listings), The Wing (see New York listings). Other examples are CowerkHers in Portland, Maine (see listing), The Meeting Place in Biloxi Mississippi (see listing) is women and veteran owned.

There are also beginning to be Coworking spaces combined with fitness facilities; one example is Movement in Westbrook, Maine (see listing), or other facilities that would not be available to small startups.

Combination Coworking & Maker Space

A natural combination has been created in Wichita, Kansas. Make a visit to Groover Labs, even if you are not located in Wichita. I think it may inspire you, even if you are in New Hampshire or Texas! The space was established by two people with very high motivations and a desire to contribute, after great business success. Curt Gridley and Tracy Hoover say, “We’ve built and sold a successful startup from the ground up. We are looking forward to helping other local entrepreneurs succeed as well.” The Gridley Family Foundation in investing $5 million in Groover Labs.

Coliving—no Kids

And newer still are coliving spaces, where you can both live and work, though generally not on a permanent basis. You can see a site devoted to coliving or try individual locations like Roam, which is an international network of coliving spaces. Others include Common, and Tribe Coliving.

If you seek to do business internationally, this may prove to be a good option. It will provide the opportunity to test out and overseas market without too bi a financial commitment.

…and Coworking with Coliving

The Collective is a pioneering combination of coliving with coworking; take a look! Startup Temple is a co-living space that hosts entrepreneurs, inventors, artists and professional community from all over the world in San Francisco. The Outpost Club has several houses in NYC and enables professional networking, for tech startups, entrepreneurs, digital nomads, freelancers, remote workers, professionals, students, and anyone looking to move to a new city and meet new people.

These combination spaces give single founders and opportunity to get to know their fellow entrepreneurs better than through simply sharing office facilities

…or Coliving and Coworking and Incubating on Vacation!

Digital Nomads and online entrepreneurs may well be tempted by going to exotic places for inspiration and networking at DNX Camp—a German startup offering short-term stays in vacation destinations. A competitor with locations in seven in US vacation and destination cities as well as several overseas, is Outsite. Try Coworkation, which is pretty much as its name implies.

There are Digital Nomads making use of several coworking spaces as they move about the country in pursuit of their startup or business needs. This is enabled by most coworking spaces making desk space available on a short-term basis.

Aren’t Coworking Spaces Just Like Office Centers?

No, they are not. They may be called ‘spaces’, but most of them as you will have just read offer a lot more thancoworking directory—USA space. The GCUC is an organization that supports the coworking movement, and even offers a guide to establishing a  coworking space. You’ll be interested to read their blog post on 10 Things Real Estate Gets Wrong About Coworking. It will help you recognize the advantages of coworking.

Here at the Coworking Directory—USA, you can find out why, as well as finding your perfect home for working in any sphere of activity.

Ampersand Studios is a Perfect Example

Ampersand Studios in Miami, Florida is a perfect example of just how appealing it can be to have a place to conduct your business, and be with others sharing your passion. My first business in 1982 was in a building shared with a wholesale butcher’s business. It was nothing like Ampersand!

coworking directory—¨ÍÅNot your typical coworking space, Ampersand Studios is a flexible workspace provider with creative studios, bringing together entrepreneurs, dynamic companies & content creators in Miami’s Arts & Entertainment District. On their website’s home page you’ll find excellent floor plans of what they offer.

Ampersand is housed in a repurposed industrial building in the heart of Miami, fully-remodeled to provide flexible workspace and quality in-house production facilities. The mantra they share is: Connect—>Collaborate—>Create. The purpose has been to offer a new community for creatives to connect deeper, fly higher and create more/better.

In this rapidly-changing world more and more people are looking for flexibility in their work and personal life, with an emphasis on wellness. Many businesses face the challenges of restructuring or expanding with an increasingly remote workforce. Adapting to ever-changing circumstances with flexible office options may well be the smart solution. Their digital access allows members to connect, discover, learn, and grow with a renewed focus on health & wellness.

Coworking Directory—USA

The Coworking Directory—USA covers all 50 States (listed alphabetically below), and even though it lists about 650 spaces, it is incomplete—for sure, since there were estimated to be about 3,200 in the USA in 2017 (Emergent Research). However, in the Directory, the Multiple Spaces and Chains listing shows hundreds of spaces, so it may be that we have every coworking space covered. There are now so many choices to choose from, you will need to make your selection after very careful consideration of your needs, especially in big cities. Rural areas are naturally less well served, but search yourself through your networks and local contacts. I have given the towns or cities where the spaces are located, since many of their websites make it difficult to see where they are; some are also expanding to new locations and my directory may not always be up to date!

When you are considering using a coworking space, you will obviously consider issues like location, price, facilities and who is there already. I suggest that before you decide, you give thought to:

  • who owns and/or manages the space, checking that their values and purpose are aligned with your own;
  • whether the cost will be justified by the people you’re likely to meet and the complementary skills you’ll find;
  • the flexibility of contracts, since your needs will probably change during the time that you work there;
  • if there is any kind of training or events that will enhance you own skillset—are they free or paid;
  • will they flood you services that you don’t yet need, or do they have good connections with suppliers you do.

Please write to to make additions, updates or improvements to the Coworking Directory—USA.


  1. Container Yard (Mobile)
  2. Exchange (Mobile)
  3. Forge (Birmingham)
  4. Huntsville Hub (Huntsville)
  5. Huntsville West Cowering (Huntsville)
  6. MakeBHM (Birmingham)
  7. The Hub (Birmingham)
  8. Social Venture (Birmingham)
  9. Women’s CEO Alliance (Dothan)


  1. The Boardroom (Anchorage)


  1. Co Hoots (Phoenix)
  2. Coworking on 15th Ave (Phoenix)
  3. Create Human (Phoenix)
  4. Elevate Coworking (Phoenix)
  5. EZ Spaces (Gilbert)
  6. First Studio (Phoenix)
  7. Gangplank (Avondale, Chandler, Queen Creek)
  8. Infinity Coworking (Chandler)
  9. The Department (Phoenix)
  10. The Grid (Phoenix)
  11. The Marilyn (Phoenix)
  12. The McKinley Club (Phoenix)
  13. monOrchid (Phoenix)
  14. Vivamedsuites (Scottsdale)


  1. Centerspace (Fayetteville)
  2. Grit Studios (Bentonville)
  3. The Hive (Little Rock)


  1. Blankspaces (Santa Monica, LA, Pasadena, Culver City)
  2. Capsity (Sacramento)
  3. CoWork Tahoe Lake Tahoe (
  4. Enerspace (Palo Alto)
  5. Hackerlab (Sacramento, Rocklin)
  6. Hatch (San Francisco)
  7. Hera Hub (San Diego, Carlsbad—women)
  8. Ignited Spaces (LA)
  9. Impact Hub (LA)
  10. Kleverdog Coworking (LA)
  11. Next Space (Santa Cruz, Berkeley, San Jose)
  12. Opodz (LA)
  13. Paper Dolls (LA, women)
  14. Runway (San Francisco)
  15. Sandbox Suites (San Francisco, Berkeley, Palo Alto)
  16. Satellite Workspace Centers (Felton, Gilroy, Los Gatos, Santa Cruz, Santa Monica, Sunnyvale)
  17. Shared (San Francisco)
  18. Spherepad (San Francisco)
  19. The Hivery (Mill Valley, women)
  20. The Port Workspaces (Oakland)
  21. The Riveter (Los Angeles, women)
  22. Union Cowork (San Diego)
  23. Urban Hive (Sacramento)
  24. Village Workspace (LA, Santa Monica)


  1. Cohere Cowering (Fort Collins)
  2. Colorado Workspace (Eagle)
  3. Connexion Spot (Castle Rock)
  4. Cosolve (Longmont)
  5. Density Cowering (Denver)
  6. Elevate Cospace (Brekenridge, Frisco)
  7. Enterprise (Denver, Greenwood Village)
  8. Epicentral Coworking (Colorado Springs)
  9. Green Spaces (Denver, green)
  10. Impact Hub Boulder (Boulder)
  11. Jefferson’s Study (Fort Collins)
  12. Loveland Creator Space (Loveland)
  13. Modworks (Denver)
  14. Shift Workspaces (Corona)
  15. The Enclave (Colorado Springs)
  16. Thrive Workplace (Denver, Arvada)


  1. B:Hive (Bridgeport)
  2. Desk Crashers (New Haven)
  3. District (New Haven)
  4. Drive New Haven (New Haven)
  5. Hayvn (Darien—a B Corporation)
  6. Plexpod (Lenexa, Westport, Crossroads)
  7. Sono Spaces (South Norwalk)
  8. Spark Coworking (New London)
  9. West Hartford Co-Working (West Hartford)
  10. Workpoint Stamford (Stamford)


  1. Delawork (Milton)
  2. The General Store (Rockland)
  3. The Mill (Wilmington)
  4. The Hub at 1201 (Wilmington)


  1. Ampersand Studios (Miami)
  2. Axis Space (Fort Lauderdale)
  3. Büro (Miami)
  4. Catapult (Lakeland)
  5. Cendyn Spaces (Boca Raton)
  6. CIC (Miami)
  7. CoLab
  8. CoWork (Tampa)
  9. Domi Station (Tallahassee)
  10. Flamingo House (Boca Raton)
  11. General Provision (Fort Lauderdale)
  12. The Lab (Miami)
  13. Palletized (Doral)
  14. Soar Coworking (Tampa)
  15. Starthub (Miami)
  16. Starter Studio (Orlando)
  17. Station 2 Innovation (Bradenton)
  18. Tampa Bay Wave (Tampa Bay)
  19. The Lab (Miami)
  20. The Nest Coworking (Orange Park)
  21. The Rocket Lounge (Fort Myers)
  22. The Studio (West Palm Beach) 1016


  1. Atlanta Tech Village (Atlanta)
  2. Berthold Building (Atlanta)
  3. Buckhead (Alpharetta, Buckhead, Dunwoody, Galleria, Perimeter Center)
  4. Constellations (Atlanta)
  5. Fireworks (Marietta)
  6. Newtown Macon (Macon)
  7. Prep (Atlanta)
  8. Room2work (Roswell)
  9. The Clubhouse (Augusta)
  10. The Office at College Hill (College Hill)
  11. SharedSpace (Atlanta)
  12. Spaces (Atlanta)
  13. Strongbox West (Atlanta)
  14. Switchyards (Atlanta)
  15. Thrive (Alpharetta, Milton, Canton)


  1. Above The Wave (Maui)
  2. BoxJelly (Honolulu)
  3. Cohana Cowork Space (Kihei)
  4. Maui Coworking (Maui)
  5. Treehouse Coworking (Kailua, creatives)


  1. Trailhead (Boise)
  2. Work Farm (Victor)


  1. 25N Coworking (Arlington Heights, Geneva)
  2. 1871 (Chicago)
  3. Catapult Chicago (Chicago)
  4. CoGen Coworking (Chicago)
  5. Cowork Crystal Lake (Crystal Lake)
  6. Coworkers Link (Glenview)
  7. Desk Labs (Chicago)
  8. Eiger Lab (Rockford)
  9. Free Range Office (Chicago)
  10. LifeWorking Coworking (Lake Forest)
  11. mHub (Chicago)
  12. Platform Coworking (Wicker Park, Ravenswood)
  13. REv3 Innovation Center (Naperville)
  14. Second Shift (Chicago)
  15. Shift Coworking (Crystal Lake)
  16. The Distillery (Peoria)
  17. Warespce (Libertyville)
  18. Workbox (Chicago) + incubator/accelerator


  1. Current Blend (Huntingburg)
  2. HeadQuarters (South Bend)
  3. Launch Indy (Indianapolis)
  4. Launch Terre Haute (Terre Haute)
  5. Match Box Coworking Studio (Lafayette)
  6. The Source (Martinsville)
  7. Vesuvius Indiana (Anderson)
  8. Zoseco Coworking (Valparaiso
  9. Zworks (Meridian, Winthrop, Zionsville) https://www.zworks).org


  1. CoWork QC (Davenport)
  2. Gravitate (Des Moines, Valley Junction)
  3. Loft Coworking (Marion)
  4. Merge (Iowa City)
  5. Springboard Coworking (Sioux City)
  6. The Depot (Des Moines) https://w)
  7. Vault Coworking (Cedar Rapids) https://new)


  1. eCafé (Overland Park)
  2. Groover Labs (Wichita)
  3. The Hive (Wichita)
  4. Iron Clad Coworking (Wamego, Manhattan)
  5. Labor Party (Wichita)


  1. CSpace (Louisville)
  2. Covworx (Covington)
  3. Louisville Bespoke (Louisville)
  4. The Park (Louisville)
  5. Story Louisville (Louisville)


  1. Beta (New Orleans)
  2. The Blue House (New Orleans)
  3. Landing Zone (New Orleans)
  4. Launch Pad (New Orleans)
  5. Matchbox (Lafayette)
  6. Propeller (New Orleans)
  7. The Shop (New Orleans)
  8. The Warehouse (New Orleans)


  1. Anchor Space (Bar Harbor, Ellsworth)
  2. Bricks Coworking (Waterville)
  3. Cloudport (Portland)
  4. CoworkHers (Portland, women)
  5. Midcoast CoWork
  6. Munka Coworking (Lewiston)
  7. NedSpace (Portland)
  8. Peloton Labs (Portland)
  9. Rize Coworking (Bangor)
  10. SoPoCo Works (South Portland)
  11. The Alcove (Bowdoinham)
  12. The Public Works (Portland)
  13. Think Tank Coworking (Portland, Yarmouth, Biddeford)
  14. UpStart (Bangor)


  1. Brewers Hill Hub (Baltimore)
  2. Cowork Frederick (Frederick)
  3. Creative Colony (Silver Spring)
  4. ETC Baltimore (Baltimore)
  5. I/O Spaces (Silver Spring)
  6. Spark (Baltimore
  7. The Cube (Baltimore)
  8. Warespace (Lanham)


  1. Alley (Cambridge)
  2. Alpha Landmark (Somerville)
  3. Branchfood (Boston, food industry)
  4. CapeSpace (Cape Cod)
  5. CIC (Cambridge)
  6. Click Workspace (Northampton)
  7. Commons Coworking (Williamsburg)
  8. Cowork Springfield (Springfield)
  9. Easthampton Co.Lab (Easthampton)
  10. Fields Corner Business Lab (Boston)
  11. Framework Pittsfield (Pittsfield)
  12. Geek Offices (Cambridge)
  13. Greentown Labs (Somerville)
  14. Groundwork (New Bedford)
  15. Idea Space (Boston)
  16. Launch Salem (Salem)
  17. LearnLaunch (South Boston)
  18. Natick CoWorking (Natick)
  19. Ngin Workspace (Cambridge)
  20. Plug (Cambridge)
  21. Social Innovation Forum (Boston)
  22. The Food Loft (Boston, food industry)
  23. The Village Works (Brookline)
  24. Vita Therapia (Westford)
  25. Wheelhouse (West Concord)
  26. Workbar (Back Bay, South Station, Cambridge, Somerville, Arlington, Brighton, Danvers, Norwood)
  27. Workspace 45 (Canton, Hingham, Braintree)


  1. 20Fathoms (Traverse City)
  2. Acorn Studios (Grand Rapids)
  3. Baker Lofts (Holland)
  4. Bamboo Detroit (Detroit)
  5. Blue 35 (Grand Rapids)
  6. CoLab (Grand Rapids)
  7. CoLABorative (Mount Clemens)
  8. CoMilan (Milan)
  9. Dwellers Coworking (Benton Harbor)
  10. Energize (Midland)
  11. The Factory (Grand Rapids)
  12. Frontal Lobe (Howell)
  13. GoWork (Ypsilanti)
  14. Grand Circus (Detroit, Grand Rapids)
  15. Hunt Street Station (Detroit)
  16. Metro Workspace (Detroit)
  17. Quincy Coworking (Hancock)
  18. Second Shift (Chicago)
  19. Share Space Rochester (Rochester)
  20. Space (Traverse City)
  21. Spacelab (Detroit)
  22. Terra Square (Hudsonville)
  23. The Back Office Studio (Ypsilanti)
  24. Workantile (Ann Arbor)
  25. WorkLab (Grand Rapids)


  1. COCO (St Paul)
  2. Collider (Rochester)
  3. Evolve Workplace  (St Paul)
  4. Flock (Minneapolis)
  5. Modernwell (Minneapolis, women)
  6. TenBelow Coworking (Ely)
  7. The Commons (Excelsior, Hopkins, Minnetonka)
  8. The Coven (Minneapolis, women)
  9. The Reserve (Woodbury)
  10. Workaround (Minneapolis)


  1. Coalesce (Jackson)
  2. The Edison (Oxford)
  3. Mantle (Jackson, Oxford)
  4. The Meeting Place(Biloxi)
  5. The Shop (Laurel)


  1. Bridge Space (Lee’s Summit)
  2. Cojoe (St Joseph)
  3. Corbin Mill Place (Liberty)
  4. Corridor 55 (Arnold)
  5. Cowork Waldo (Kansas City)
  6. Coworking KC (Kansas City)
  7. CIC (St Louis)
  8. Eastside Collaborative (Kansas City)
  9. Exit 11 Workspace (Washington)
  10. Firebrand Collective (Kansas City)
  11. Garrett Coworking Center (Hazelwood)
  12. Grid (Overland Park)
  13. Hive 44 (St Louis)
  14. Inspire 70 Coworking (O’Fallon)
  15. Iwerx (Kansas City)
  16. Kansas City Coworking Alliance (Kansas City)
  17. Nebula (St Louis)
  18. Nexcore (St Louis)
  19. Office Port KC (Kansas City)
  20. Originate
  21. Plexpod (Lenexa, Kansas City)
  22. Rise (St Louis, women)
  23. Techartista (St Louis)
  24. The Hatchery (Columbia, with childcare)
  25. T-Rex (St Louis)
  26. U City Coworking (St Louis)


  1. Big Sky Cowork (Bozeman)
  2. C3 Worklounge (Missoula)
  3. Fountainhead Coworking (butte)
  4. The Shop (Helena)
  5. The Sidecar (Helena)

Multiple Locations and Chains (look for a space in your State)

  1. 1776
  2. BioLabs
  3. Blue 1647
  4. Buro
  5. CIC
  6. Coalition Space
  7. Cove
  8. Da Vinci Meeting Rooms
  9. Galvanize
  10. Green Desk
  11. Hera Hub (women)
  12. Impact Hub
  13. Industrious Office
  14. Instant Offices
  15. Intelligent Office
  16. Level Office
  17. Liquid Space
  18. Make Offices
  19. Novel Coworking
  20. Office Evolution
  21. Pipeline Workspaces
  22. Premier Coworking
  23. Quest Workspaces
  24. Regus
  25. Serendipity Labs
  26. Spaces
  27. Symphony Workspaces
  28. Techspace
  29. The Yard
  30. Venture X
  31. Work Well Win


  1. Bench (Omaha, artisans and builders)
  2. Brick and Mortar Coworking (Beatrice)
  3. Commerce Village (Omaha, green)
  4. Foundry (Omaha, nonprofits and social business)
  5. Fuse Coworking (Lincoln)
  6. Springfield Collective (Springfield)
  7. Third Space (Omaha, incl childcare)
  8. Thrive Space (Waterloo, includes sports)
  9. Trouvaille (Omaha, women)
  10. Turbine Flats (Lincoln)


  1. Bloom Vegas (Las Vegas, women)
  2. Cooperate (Las Vegas)
  3. Fusion@Midtown (Reno)
  4. Incubator Space (Las Vegas)
  5. Innevation (Las Vegas)
  6. Mountain Lab (South Lake Tahoe)
  7. Mountain Workspace (Incline Village)
  8. Reno Collective (Reno)
  9. Sierra Commons (Nevada City)
  10. The Beacon CoWork (Reno)
  11. The Coop (Las Vegas)
  12. The Office (Las Vegas)
  13. Work in Progress (Las Vegas)

New Hampshire

  1. Alpha Loft (Portsmouth and Manchester)
  2. Chuck Roast Venture Center (Conway)
  3. Coworking House (Milford)
  4. Cove Workspace (Portsmouth)
  5. Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship—The Hive (Keene)
  6. New England Executive Center (Bedford)
  7. Spark (Manchester)
  8. The Hive (Keene)

New Jersey

  1. And Co (Jersey City)
  2. Bell Works (Holmdel)
  3. Bloom Childcare and Coworking (Bloomfield, with childcare)
  4. C3 Workplace (Monclair and Sparta)
  5. CoWerks (Asbury Park)
  6. Cranford Works (Cranford)
  7. Eagle Rock Co (Montclair)
  8. Equal Space (Newark)
  9. Indie Grove (Jersey City)
  10. Juice Tank (Somerset)
  11. Kearny Point (Kearny)
  12. Kings Hall Coworking Space (Haddonfield)
  13. Mission 50 (Hoboken)
  14. NJ Office Share (Union City)
  15. The Coworking Space (Woodbridge)
  16. The Office Mill (Clinton)
  17. Paramus Coworking (Paramus)
  18. PrimeWork (Jersey City)
  19. US Executive Center (Englewood Cliffs)
  20. Work and Play (South Orange, with childcare)
  21. Work Social (Jersey City)

New Mexico

  1. Edge (Clovis)
  2. Fat pipe (Albuquerque +)
  3. Free Range (Albuquerque)
  4. Ideas & Coffee (Albuquerque)
  5. Project Y (Los Alamos)

New York

  1. 42West24 (NYC, loft)
  2. Alley (NYC, with nursery)
  3. Beahive (Albany, Beacon)
  4. Blender Workspace (NYC)
  5. Blue Moose Club (Albany)
  6. Blueprint & Co (NYC)
  7. Bond Collective (NYC)
  8. Bridgeworks (Long Beach)
  9. Bronx Coworking Space (Bronx)
  10. Carlson CoWork (Rochester)
  11. Center for Social Innovation (NYC)
  12. Clinicube (NYC medical)
  13. CoWork Buffalo (Buffalo)
  14. CoWork@Grid (Rochester)
  15. District Cowork (NYC)
  16. Ensemble (NYC)
  17. Fueled Collective (NYC)
  18. Fuigo (NYC, interior designers)
  19. Grid (Rochester)
  20. Her Sanctuary (Buffalo, women)
  21. iLoftSpace (NYC)
  22. Impact Hub (NYC)
  23. Innovation Center (Buffalo)
  24. Joynture (NYC)
  25. Kin Spaces (NYC)
  26. Koi Creative Space (White Plains)
  27. Lina (NYC)
  28. Made on State (Rochester, creative arts)
  29. Port 100 (Geneva)
  30. Primary (NYC)
  31. Projective (NYC)
  32. Saratoga CoWorks (Saratoga Springs)
  33. SoHo Terrace (NYC)
  34. Space 530 (NYC)
  35. Syracuse Coworks (Syracuse)
  36. Teem (Harlem)
  37. The Artist Coop (NYC performing artists)
  38. The Assemblage (NYC, coliving)
  39. The Austin Space (NYC)
  40. The Farm (NYC)
  41. The New Work Project (Brooklyn)
  42. The Wing (NYC, women)
  43. The Productive (NYC)
  44. Troy Innovation Garage (Troy)
  45. Urban Co-Works (Schenectady, incl nonprofits)
  46. Village One (NYC, for creatives)
  47. Work Better (NYC)
  48. Workspace by Rockefeller Group (NYC)
  49. Workville (NYC) http://www.workvilleny

North Carolina

  1. Advent Coworking (Charlotte)
  2. American Underground (Durham)
  3. Biz Hub (Shelby)
  4. Carrboro Creative Coworking (Carrboro)
  5. Cocotiv (Charlotte)
  6. CoWork Five Points (Raleigh)
  7. Cowork Uptown (Charlotte)
  8. Coworking on Main (Burlington)
  9. Coworking Station (Holly Springs)
  10. Fuquay Coworking (Fuquay-Varina)
  11. Grow (Wilmington)
  12. HQ Greensboro (Greensboro)
  13. HQ Raleigh (Raleigh)
  14. Hygge (Charlotte)
  15. Industrious (Raleigh)
  16. Launch Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill)
  17. Loading Dock (Raleigh)
  18. Mojo Coworking (Asheville)
  19. Nido Durham (Durham)
  20. Raleigh Founded (Raleigh—a BCorporation)
  21. Revolutionary Coworking (Fayetteville)
  22. The Assembly (Raleigh)
  23. The Cooperative (Graham)
  24. The Launch Factory (Charlotte)
  25. The Nest (Raleigh)

North Dakota

  1. Evolve (Grand Forks)
  2. Prairie Den (Fargo)


  1. 1628 (Cincinnati)
  2. Brick House Blue (Dublin)
  3. Canton Workspace (Canton)
  4. Cheviot Coworks (Cincinnati)
  5. Launch House (Highland Heights, Lakewood)
  6. Medsuites (Lewis Cente)
  7. OSC Tech Lab (Akron)
  8. The Perch (Columbus)
  9. Platform 53 (Cincinnati)
  10. Playground (Cincinnati)
  11. Queen City Coworking (Sharonville)
  12. Seed (Toledo)
  13. Start Mart (Cleveland)
  14. The Hub on Kenny (Upper Arlington)
  15. The Orca Center (Mason)
  16. The Saltmines (Clintonville)
  17. Versa (Columbus) https://www.versa.worksMedsuites


  1. 36 Degrees North (Tulsa)
  2. Halcyon Works (Oklahoma City)
  3. Project 3810 (Oklahoma City)
  4. Qwirk (Columbus)
  5. Rise (Moore)
  6. RSC@OKC Innovation Station (Oklahoma City)
  7. Savage Space (Tulsa)
  8. Starspace 46 (Oklahoma City)
  9. The Barn OKC (Oklahoma City)
  10. The Bridgeworx (Tulsa)
  11. The Collective (Edmond, women)
  12. The Commonwealth (Oklahoma City)
  13. The Forge (Tulsa)
  14. The Perch (Columbus)
  15. The Uncommon Seed (Oklahoma City)
  16. Tulsa WorkSpace (Tulsa)
  17. WorkIT (Stillwater)


  1. 9th Street Village (Bend)
  2. BendTECH (Bend)
  3. Centrl Office (Portland)
  4. Clean Slate Studios (Portland)
  5. CodeChops (Bend)
  6. Collective Agency (Portland)
  7. Corvallis Foundry (Corvallis)
  8. Desk and Mug (Portland)
  9. Eugene Mindworks (Eugene)
  10. Gaucho Collective (Klamath Falls)
  11. Hatch (Baker City)
  12. Indy Commons (Independence)
  13. Leftbank Building (Portland)
  14. Mind Works (Eugene)
  15. NedSpace (Portland)
  16. North West Collective (Bend)
  17. Open Office (Astoria)
  18. Peloton Labs (Portland)
  19. Pep Coworking Shop (Portland)
  20. Rogue Coworks (Ashland)
  21. Tenthirty Coworking (Bend)
  22. Tenpod (Portland)
  23. The Wilds (Bend)
  24. Urban Office (Portland)


  1. Alloy 26 (Pittsburgh)
  2. Ambler Yards (Ambler)
  3. Avenu (Pittsburgh)
  4. Catalyst Coworking (Ellensburg)
  5. Catapult PGH (Pittsburgh)
  6. City CoHo (Philadelphia)
  7. Covation Center (Williamsport)
  8. Coworking at the Park (Harrisburg)
  9. Easton Coworks (Easton)
  10. Headroom (Media, Wayne)
  11. Indy Hall (Philadelphia)
  12. Paramount Co-op (Ambridge)
  13. Pubforge (Lancaster)
  14. Squared Coworking (York)
  15. Startup (Harrisburg)
  16. The Candy Factory (Lancaster)
  17. The Stourbridge Project (Honesdale) 

Rhode Island

  1. Hatch (Providence)
  2. Sprout Coworking (Providence, Warren)
  3. The Founders League (Providence)
  4. The Hive RI (North Kingstown)
  5. The Mill at Lafayette (North Kingstown)
  6. The Newport Collab (Newport)

South Carolina

  1. Atlas Local (Greenville)
  2. Collision Cowork (Rock Hill)
  3. Cowork Uptown (Charlotte)
  4. Holy City (Charleston)
  5. Hygge (Charlotte )
  6. Loom Coworking (Fort Mill)
  7. Packard Place (Charlotte)
  8. SOCO (Columbia)
  9. Startsville (Hartsville)
  10. The Harbor Entrepreneur Center (Charleston)
  11. The Wheelhouse (Greenville, for marketing people)

South Dakota

  1. Co-Work Spearfish (Spearfish)
  2. Springboard Coworking (Sioux City)
  3. The Garage (Rapid City)
  4. Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship (Sioux Falls)


  1. Center 615 (Nashville)
  2. Cowork Memphis (Memphis)
  3. Coworking Knoxville (Knoxville)
  4. Cultivate Coworking (Murfeesboro)
  5. Deavor (Nashville)
  6. InDo (Nashville)
  7. Muletown Collective (Columbia)
  8. Nashville Entrepreneur Center (Nashville)
  9. Refinery Nashville (Nashville)
  10. Society of Work (Chattanooga)
  11. Southwind (Memphis)
  12. Spark Plaza (Johnson City)
  13. Sync.Space (Kingsport)
  14. The Biz Foundry (Cookeville)
  15. The Co (Jackson)
  16. The Lodge (Franklin)
  17. The Mill (Dyersburg)
  18. The Skillery (Nashville)
  19. Workspace (Dickson)


  1. 25N (Frisco)
  2. ATX Factory (Austin)
  3. Addison Tree House (Dallas)
  4. Atmosphere (Austin)
  5. Capital Factory (Austin)
  6. Cement Loop (Austin, creatives)
  7. Collective Office (Coppell)
  8. Common Desk (Dallas, Forth Worth, Plano)
  9. Communion (Richardson)
  10. Conjectured (Austin)
  11. Co.Work (Tyler)
  12. Cowork Factory (New Braunfels)
  13. Cowork Suites (Lewisville)
  14. Coworking Pflugerville (Pflugerville)
  15. Craftwork (Fort Worth, Austin)
  16. Create Space (Austin)
  17. Desk and Easel (Denison)
  18. Eastside Collective (Austin, creatives)
  19. Ensemble (Fort Worth)
  20. Fibercove (Austin)
  21. Geekdom (San Antonio)
  22. Greenway Central (Austin)
  23. Genius Den (Dallas)
  24. Grindstone Coworking (Edinburg, McAllen)
  25. Growthli (Houston)
  26. Hamlet Coworking (Cedar Park)
  27. Impact Hub (Austin)
  28. Hamlet Coworking (Cedar Creek)
  29. Headspace (Dallas)
  30. Launch Pad City (Frisco)
  31. LaunchSA (San Antonio)
  32. Lift (McKinney)
  33. Lift Office (Grapevine)
  34. Link Coworking (Austin)
  35. McDougall Coworking (Lubbock)
  36. Meld Coworking (Austin)
  37. Moadecenter (San Antonio)
  38. NOD (Dallas)
  39. Orange Coworking (Austin)
  40. Palomar (Georgetown)
  41. Perch Coworking (Austin)
  42. PinnStation Coworking (Arlington)
  43. Ranch Office (Houston)
  44. Relay (Austin, social entrepreneurs)
  45. Soma Vida (Austin, with wellness)
  46. Springdale General (Austin, creatives) 
  47. Splash Coworking (San Marcos)
  48. Stoke (Denton)
  49. TechRanch Austin (Austin)
  50. The Headquarters (Houston)
  51. The Hive (Austin)
  52. The Hive (Katy)
  53. The Work Lodge (Houston, Dallas)
  54. The Workery (San Antonio)
  55. The Workwell (Houston)
  56. Top Desk (Dallas)
  57. T Werx (Cedar Park)
  58. VenturePoint (San Antonio)
  59. Vessel Coworking (Austin)
  60. Waco Work (Waco)
  61. Work Hub (Tyler)


  1. Access (Salt Lake)
  2. Assemble Park City (Park City)
  3. Salt Mine (Sandy)
  4. The Office Coworking (Park City)
  5. Union (Ogden)
  6. Work Hive (Salt Lake City)
  7. Work in Progress (Las Vegas)


  1. Blank Slate Coworking (Burlington)
  2. Essex Hub for Women and Business (Essex Junction)
  3. Excelerate Essex (Essex Junction)
  4. Hula (Burlington)
  5. KB Coworking (Vergennes)
  6. Local 64 Montpelier, creatives)
  7. Office Squared (Burlington)
  8. Peak Coworking (Brattleboro)
  9. Stowe Office Share (Stowe)
  10. Study Hall (Burlington)
  11. The Lightning Jar (Burlington)
  12. The Office Block (Barre, nonprofits)
  13. The Schoolhouse (Woodstock)
  14. Valley Works (Waistfield)


  1. 1701 (Virginia Beach)
  2. 804RVA (Richmond)
  3. Business Playce (Fredricksburg)
  4. CoLab (Roanoke)
  5. Cowork Cafe (Arlington, Fairfax)
  6. Cowork FXBG (Fredricksburg)
  7. Eastern Foundry (Arlington, Gov contracting market)
  8. Evolve.Space (Leesburg)
  9. Gather (Richmond)
  10. Momentum (Lynchburg)
  11. Notavia Coworking (Purcellville)
  12. Percolator (Norfolk)
  13. Play, Work or Dash (Vienna)
  14. Refraction (Reston)
  15. Studio IX (Charlottesville)
  16. The Brickyard (Ashburn) 
  17. Work Nimbly (Williamsburg)
  18. Xcyte (Leesburg)


  1. Atlas Workbase (Seattle)
  2. Coterie (Seattle)
  3. Extra Slice (Bellevue)
  4. Fellow Coworking (Spokane)
  5. Impact Hub Seattle (Seattle)
  6. Invent (Bellingham)
  7. Madworks (Madison)
  8. Office Nomads (Seattle)
  9. Orange Studios (Redmond)
  10. Surge (Tacoma)
  11. The Inc (Seattle, childcare)
  12. The Pioneer Collective (Seattle)
  13. Think Space (Seattle, Redmond)
  14. Vibe Coworks  (Poulsbo)
  15. Work Progress (Seattle)

Washington DC

  1. In3
  2. Bureau
  3. District Offices (4 locations)
  4. Hera Hub (women)
  5. Metro Offices (also in VA &MD)
  6. The Bond Collective (several locations)
  7. The Hive
  8. The Wing
  9. Workafrolic (includes childcare)

West Virginia

  1. Coworks (Huntington)
  2. The Hub (Harrisonburg)


  1. 100 State (Madison)
  2. 1403 (Madison)
  3. Appleton Coworking (Appleton)
  4. Focus Coworking (Jefferson)
  5. Horizon Coworking (Madison)
  6. Hudson (Milwaukee)
  7. Malama Doe (Shorewood, women)
  8. Matrix Coworking (Madison)
  9. Rise and Grind (Oshkosh, Green Bay)
  10. Synergy (Madison)
  11. The Library (Superior)
  12. The O Coworking Space (Kenosha)
  13. Ward 4 (Milwaukee)


  1. Spark (Jackson Hole)
  2. The Durlacher (Laramie)
  3. The Montgomery (Sheridan)
  4. The Second Floor (Cheyenne)


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