I love laptops and the freedom it gives you to work from anywhere. Sure you might work from home a coffee shop or your hotel while traveling but after a while you’ll want to place to go that offers fast and reliable wifi, flowing coffee and a room of people staring aggressively at their screens. Below is a round-up of the best passport co-working services and co-working spaces outside of NYC.
For The Constant Traveler
Deskpass: Deskpass is like the classpass of coworking. Their membership allows you to frequent various coworking spaces with a single cost. For example, in Chicago Deskpass gives you access to 40 spaces, in LA they have 30 and recently opened in Denver. In the next few months they are expanding their reach to a few more exciting cities so stay tuned. When you’re a Deskpass member you can go to any coworking space meaning whatever city you’re in you’ll have access to awesome workspaces on demand. Plans start at $49/month to 4 visits a month to $199/month for everyday usage.
Croissant: Croissant has become a NYC staple and has a presence in San Francisco, DC and Boston. Meeting uptown and then another midtown? If you aren’t married to a desk this is the perfect solution to bouncing throughout the city. Membership starts at $39/month with 10 hours per month to $299/month for unlimited hours.
For The Deal Finder
Raaly: Book a space for the day or the month on-demand on their app and start working immediately at discounted rates. No need to go back and forth with the community manager rather get instant gratification with the low discounted prices.
Hills Penthouse: This is hands down one of the most stunning spaces out there, deemed a private social workspace this has the vibe more of a Soho House and less of a WeWork. The decor is chic and dreamy and has breathtaking views of the Hollywood Hills. Be prepared to stun your clients when they visit you in your new penthouse office. Membership ranges from all day access from $250/month to individual studio membership for $1250/month.
Neuehouse: This place is wow, just wow. The space is in the old CBS building on Sunset Boulevard and is HUGE! With lots of open space, seating areas, meeting rooms, auditorium, screening room and private offices, full service restaurant and roof deck I dare you not to feel creative in this space. Membership ranges from $150-$1500/month.
Cross Campus LA: With 3 unique locations and a 4th one opening this summer Cross Campus LA is a co-working space that fits everyone from the aspiring entrepreneur to the seasoned executive. With a robust event schedule and a wide diversity of members Cross Campus LA seems to be the grown up version of a college campus. Membership starts at $50/month and goes upward of $600 for a private desk.
Riverbend Creative Collective: Riverbend is like a cozy home away from home focused on the creative. It’s more than a coworking space but rather a place that creatives work, create and showcase their ideas. Memberships range from $20 for a day to $250 for a month.
Covo: This spectacular space on Mission street is designed in partnership with West Elm. The rooms, the layout and the furniture are stunning and the environment is warm and inviting. Plus before you decide to become a member you can cowork for $3/hour or get a membership like open seating for $399/month or for a semi-private office $799. Want a coffee or a glass of wine? Take advantage of their Equator coffee and stocked wine bar.
Industrious: This beautiful, light and well designed coworking space is the perfect solution to finding an office or event just a desk for you and your team. With relaxation rooms, on-site coffee bar and incredible views of Chicago you might event consider moving in. Rent a desk from $420/month.
Free Range Office: A home for entrepreneurs, creatives and freelancers located in the heart of Wicker Park. The homey space offers a private terrace, phone booths and comfy chairs. Membership starts at $35 +.
Switchyards Downtown: The historic 1920’s 19,000 square foot building is part workspace, part coffee shop and part event series for their members. The space is home to consumer startups creating the future of Atlanta. With membership starting at $50/month.
1776: 1776 is a global incubator and seed fund helping startups transform industries. With memberships starting at $100/month 1776 provides you with the resources and mentorship that every startup craves. The work environment is filmed with energy and movement.
The Lookout: A coworking co-op dedicated to filmmakers and creatives in DC. To a sound recording booth to a finishing suite this space is a creative’s dream! This cozy shared space feels like a home away from home and with membership starting at $350/month it’s the perfect place to let your creative side out.
Pipeline Shared Office Space: This is the shared office dream. The stunning vistas of the Miami bay Stunning vistas are the perfect place to put down roots for your business. With membership ranging from $99 to $649+ per month there is an option for everyone.
Building– A Miami shared workspace for growing tech companies. 24/7 access to the building and a dazzling rooftop. This is the place to be.
Am I missing one of your favorite workspaces? Let us know!