8 Austin Coworking Spaces You Need to Try

Working from home is great, but sometimes you just miss the camaraderie and productivity you were able to achieve without distraction in a traditional office. Coworking spaces are starting to fill that gap by giving remote workers a dedicated work area, as well as the chance to collaborate, network, and simply socialize with others. On top of this, many spaces offer neat amenities such as kitchenettes, conference rooms, and private phone booths. And of course, coffee.

When home offices and coffee shops aren’t cutting it, these Austin coworking space can get you back into a groove like your name is Stella.

The 8 Best Coworking Spaces in Austin:

  • The Riveter
  • Eastside Collective
  • ImpactHub Austin
  • MELD Coworking
  • Greenway Central
  • Link
  • Work & Woof
  • Austin Central Library

1. The Riveter

Collaborate and connect in this workspace built by women, for everyone. Enjoy tranquil work areas, open rooms, and a mix of lounge and office seating in this convenient Downtown Austin location. Members benefit from exclusive perks that are designed to support their ambitions in the community and in business.

The Riveter Amenities: WiFi, 24-hour access, private phone booths, professional programming, HD projectors, mothers’ rooms, member events, conference rooms, and more.

The Riveter Cost: Membership plans range from $99/mo to $450/mo for desks; private office spaces are also available and priced according to size. For those interested in mostly their professional development programming, they do have a $59/mo option that allows you access to their member events.

2. East Side Collective

This Pepsi bottling warehouse turned coworking studio now offers 1,500 square feet of curated office space that is shared by developers, builders, engineers, and artists alike. Membership options give you the choice of having a dedicated desk or non-dedicated, floating desk. Perhaps best of all, dogs are welcome at East Side Collective!

East Side Collective Amenities: WiFi, onsite parking, 24/7 access, a kitchenette, lounge/library area, access to a printer/scanner/copier, conference rooms, coffee and beer, and collaborative marketing incentives and events, and more.

East Side Colletive Cost: $500/mo for a dedicated desk; $250/mo for non-dedicated desk; $25/day pass

3. Impact Hub Austin

Impact Hub has two convenient Austin locations– one in North Austin and one in South Austin. Both locations offer co-working, shared workspaces, dedicated desks, and private offices. At Impact Hub, you’ll find programs and events designed to connect collaborators in the Austin community. One of the cool perks about Impact Hub is that membership at either location grants you access to any of the 100+ Impact Hub spaces across the country.

Impact Hub Austin Amenities: WiFi, free parking, fixed or dedicated desks, access to printers, scanners, and office supplies, coffee, and more.

Impact Hub Austin Cost: Cowork plans range from $275/mo to $450/mo

4. MELD Coworking

Find a home away from home at MELD…literally. MELD is a converted house that now offers a variety of work stations for the modern professional. This space prides themselves on being a community-oriented institution and offers numerous in-house networking events. MELD members also benefit from a neighborhood discount at several nearby sponsors, including Juiceland and Amy’s Ice Cream.

MELD Amenities: WiFi, complimentary monitors and keyboards, sit-to-stand desks, meeting rooms, private phone booths, color printing, parking, coffee and beer, snacks, security, and more

MELD Cost: Cowork plans range from $200 for a 10x punch card to $400/mo

5. Greenway Central

Located in North Austin, this coworking space is for entrepreneurs, independent professionals, innovators and everyone in between. Greenway Central offers either private office spaces or dedicated desks. Even those who plan on being on the phone often are welcome; in fact, the space is wired for VoIP phones, and they can set you up with your own phone number.

Greenway Central Amenities: Cold brew on tap, 12-person conference room, unlimited printing, phone booths, great workplace acoustics, free parking, and more.

Cost: Membership plans range from $450/mo-$1,500/mo

6. Link Coworking

Link has three locations within one block of one another, and each caters to a different work preference. Link Coworking is an open plan coworking area, Link Too gives remote workers dedicated desk spaces, while Link Flex offers flexible office space. Link is also a part of LExC, a global network of coworking spaces so that you can stay connected when you travel.

Link Amenities: WiFi, ergonomic furniture, free parking, printing, access to members-only events,  premium coffee, conference rooms, outdoor courtyard, and more.

Link Cost: Link Coworking plans range from $200/mo to $450/mo; Link Too starts at $400/mo; Link Flex ranges from $1,200/mo to $7,200/mo

7. Work & Woof

Located in South Austin, this gem of a coworking space focuses on you and your pup. Not only do you have all the space and amenities you need to be successful, but so does your canine best friend! Work & Woof allows members to bring their dogs to work, offering daycare services that include a huge indoor playpark and grooming.

So, while you’re busy taking phone calls and sending emails, you can rest assured that your little fluff is getting some much-needed pampering and social time!

Work & Woof Amenities: Google Fiber wifi, printing services, kitchen access, private phone booths, free local coffee, filing cabinets for dedicated desks, office supplies, and dog daycare.

Work & Woof Cost: Memberships range from $400/mo for a hot desk to $650/mo for a private office for two. You can also rent access to a virtual mailbox for $25/mo and conference room time for $25/hour.

8. Austin Central Library

This isn’t necessarily a dedicated cowork space, but for those on a budget, the Austin Central Library makes for a nice change from a coffee shop. Enjoy the magnificent architecture and cool views of Downtown Austin. Cozy up in a corner or reserve a shared learning room.

Austin Public Library Amenities: Most shared rooms come with whiteboards and TVs that can be connected to laptops via HDMI or AirPlay.

Austin Public Library Cost: Free!

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Katie Duncan

Katie is a writer living in Austin, Texas. She has a passion for travel, photography, and Whataburger. If she's not writing or enjoying the great outdoors, she's probably rewatching The West Wing.

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