Coworking Spaces in Austin
From Cheapest to Most Expensive
More than 11,000 new “remote work” job opportunities became available in Austin over the last year, compared to only 4,500 remote jobs in 2020. Remote work is a critical component that Austinites expect from their employers, and many businesses emphasize remote and hybrid work options in order to attract top talent.
As work environments change, many Austin businesses are opting for coworking spaces rather than long-term leases in 2022 to avoid high overhead costs and rigidity.
According to KXAN, life in downtown Austin is starting to pick up again, but they’re noticing a market trend where people want flexibility and don’t want to be in the office five days a week, every week. Hybrid work environments, in which employees come to the office part of the week and work remotely the other half, are one solution to this problem.
Coworking spaces are extremely appealing for maintaining the perfect balance between work and life, especially with the hybrid or completely work-from-home modes of working. Coworking spaces are where life meets work and work meets play. As a result, there is a high demand for affordable coworking space in Austin. So here’s our list of the cheapest to most expensive coworking spaces in Austin.
1. Galvanize Austin
Membership: Starts at $125/person
Galvanize Austin is located in the heart of a city with a long history of technological innovation.
On the banks of Lady Bird Lake, you’ll find the best of Austin-centric innovation with a touch of Southern hospitality. Your tech team will be conveniently located near all of the action for client services, professional collaboration, and project oversight because it is close to both the Financial and Market Districts. This coworking space is ideal for your Austin-based team, with learning workshops, mentoring programs, and a variety of amenities.
2. The Commune – Central Austin
Membership: Starts at $200 for 2 days/wk
The Commune is a new co-working and event space for artists, creatives, and anyone who thrives in a beautiful, community-based environment in Chicago’s eclectic North Loop neighborhood. The growing community space and hub for brands like Soho House and Lulu Lemon, founded by a designer who needed a place to hone her own craft, boasts an impressive list of amenities for creatives working across any discipline.
3. Regus – Dobie Center
Membership: Starts at $330/person
The Regus Dobie Center location at 2021 Guadalupe Street is a startup-friendly coworking space. You’ll find all of the things your startup requires. Located on The Drag, next to the University of Texas, you can have access to law, technology, and professional service providers. You can choose from a variety of space configurations here, allowing you and your startup to grow as you go. Enjoy video conferencing space to reliably and affordably expand your professional reach.
4. WeWork – University Park Workspace
Membership: Starts at $410/person
WeWork’s one-of-a-kind workspace in central Austin is home to a diverse mix of new startups and some of the biggest names in the tech industry.
From hard-wired ethernet to secure WiFi, you’ll find a plethora of options for your team’s technology needs here. This location provides on-site technical support to help you keep your business running smoothly. You can also collaborate with colleagues and other team members, as well as hold professional events and panels, using the guest log-in functionality.
5. Industrious – 5th and Colorado
Membership: Starts at $645/person
This workspace is designed to support a productive workday and is located in the heart of downtown in a brand-new building.
This space is designed to boost your productivity and is located in a brand new building in Austin’s exciting Warehouse District. Enjoy first-rate in-house amenities and services, then take advantage of building amenities such as a fitness center, event space, and dining and retail options. There’s always something to inspire your team’s creativity, and you’ll have easy access to the best of Austin’s legendary nightlife.
6. Common Desk – Far East Austin
Membership: Starts at $750/person
The Common Desk – Far East Austin is just off 183 and E. Cesar Chavez is close to some of the best restaurants, bars, and attractions in the neighborhood.
Looking for a space that is meant to inspire? Take a look at this fantastic Austin coworking space. You’ll love every day here, with shipping container standalone offices, indoor and outdoor workspaces, and the coolest East Austin vibe around. With a double-decker patio, outdoor games, and weekly happy hours, you’ll discover how great design, service, and amenities can help you achieve a better work-life balance.
There’s a coworking space in Austin to suit every budget and requirement, whether you’re a freelancer looking for an occasional desk or a startup looking for a workspace that can grow with your team.
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