Texas Coworking Guide to Austin, TX
Offsite members, entrepreneurs, companies and business professionals. Journey Coworking has rebranded to the name Offsite, which will be the new official name of the East Austin Coworking space located at: 5323 Levander Loop Austin, Texas 78702 “Take work Offsite where coworking space, social club, and programming to accelerate businesses combine to elevate the typical work experience.” #meetoffsite
Texas Coworking Guide to Austin, TX
Atmosphere Coworking – right across the courtyard from Eastside Collective
2400 E Cesar Chavez # 208
Austin, TX 78702
Phone number(512) 633-4833
Atmosphere is an east Austin coworking space that to help connects freelancers and local businesses.
HOME BASE -4 Solid Memberships, 10 Hours Conference Room, Meeting Membership, Network Catalyst Sessions + Online Community & Events $2500/month
SOLID – Permanent Desk & 24/7 Access, Meeting Membership, Network Catalyst Sessions + Online Community & Events, $500/month
LIQUID – Roaming Desk & 24/7 Access, Meeting Membership, Network Catalyst Sessions + Online Community & Events, $300/month
CATALYST $35/month, Network Catalyst Sessions + Online Community & Events, 1 Coworking Day/month, $25 additional coworking days
ATX Hackerspace – A maker coworking space starting at $60/month
They also have a regular coworking space
9701 Dessau Road, Building 3, Suite 304, Austin TX 78754
What is ATX Hackerspace? A collaborative industrial workshop full of people who love to learn and make things! ATX Hackerspace can be found at:
9701 Dessau Road, Building 3, Suite 304, Austin TX 78754
We have over 8,000 square feet of space that is perfect for artists, designers, engineers, makers and hackers, fabbers, scientists, musicians, seminars and workshops, co-working, and a ton of other stuff. We’re the perfect place for any project that needs space, involves loud or messy equipment (woodworking, soldering, welding, painting), power (we have 120V, 240V, and 3-phase power), tools that are too expensive or large for your own workshop ( see our laser cutters, CNC mills, and 3D printers ) or meeting with collaborators.
More importantly, we are an established and ever-growing community. Imagine what we can do when we combine our skills, knowledge, ideas, tools, and materials… or see for yourself at our next Open House, every Tuesday evening from 6-10pm.
We’re hackers (thoroughly defined here), which means we create things and we put things together in new and innovative ways. ATX Hackerspace is dedicated to encouraging and promoting technical, scientific, and artistic skills through projects, collaboration, and education by all legal means.
Members are given 24-hour access and may bring up to two guests to the space at any time.
Visitors are invited to attend our Open House – every Tuesday evening from 6-10pm – or any of the open events on our Calendar or Meetup page.
Prices starting at $325.00 a month, including monthly membership
ATX Hackerspace’s new co-working area with private office space provides something new in Austin. Here you have a union of dedicated office spaces with 24/7 access to cutting-edge prototyping and traditional crafting methodologies. Small business owners, independent professionals, startup companies, or people who just need their own space are a great match with our location, infrastructure and network of fellow innovators.
Capital Factory is a magnet for entrepreneurs and startups. The open floor plan includes plenty of space to spread out, as well as amenities like meeting rooms and a video recording studio. People who co-work at this downtown mecca can sign up for “office hours” with fellow investors and entrepreneurs to get advice or feedback on their projects. Office access ranges from part-time co-working to dedicated desks, and if you need something more secluded you can rent a private office.
Cost: $200-$750/month; $1,700-$4,000/month for private offices
$25 / month
2921 E 17th St #4
Austin, Texas, 78702
(need more information on Center61) Createscape Coworking
Createscape is another great option for creatives, especially photographers and videographers because membership comes with discounts on studio and equipment rentals. This smaller, quiet space offers both full-time general co-working and dedicated desk packages. Createscape regularly hosts socials so you can get to know your co-workers during happy hours or other fun industry-related hangouts.
DAY PASS $25/DAY
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP $160/MO
DESK MEMBERSHIP $320/MO
PRIVATE OFFICES STARTING AT $700/MO
701 Tillery St
Austin, TX 78702
Phone number (512) 761-5847
This former dance studio turned co-working space comes equipped with modern elegance. Fibercove puts a huge emphasis on technology with reliable, high-speed internet being the main focus. The blanket membership gets you 24/7 access and all the tech you could possibly need, including large monitors at nearly every desk. There are several conference rooms and meeting spaces available to rent, although the major selling point for fibercove is the full-service cafe.
Cost: $500/month; $35/day
1700 S Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78704
Phone number (512) 596-2683
24/7/365 access to co-working area (with a one month non-refundable key deposit)
complimentary espresso, coffee, hot tea, and spring water
beer & wine available
redundant fiber (Google and Grande)*
a monthly credit to use towards meeting space rentals (does not accrue)
guests welcome with 2 hour limit
complimentary 27 inch+ monitors available for use
professionally designed space
varied work environments (standing desks, teaming tables, quiet spots)
multiple phone rooms
network gated access
iPad info terminals for meeting room availability
Day passes and virtual punch cards:
$35 / day
$150 / 5 day virtual punch card
$250 / 10 day virtual punch card
ImagineSolar is a solar educator & consultant who is accepting applications for those interested in coworking at our centrally-located 4000 Caven Road, Austin, Texas facility. We are a clean energy entrepreneurial community with office & lab space, classrooms, warehousing, loading docks, and a large parking lot with easy access to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and Downtown Austin. Visit imaginesolar.com/about for details about our facility.
Our coworking packages include desks, Internet access, client meeting space & more – starting at $100/month. Visit us weekdays from 8 AM to 6 PM or call today with questions at (888) 514-1972.
Link Coworking; Link Too
Link Coworking is a super hip space for general co-working. Link Too — the office expansion conveniently located next door — offers dedicated desks and private offices as well as an open space to lounge in. Perks at Link include meeting rooms, an outdoor courtyard for midday breaks, tons of parking, and easy access to plenty of lunch and post-work options along Anderson Lane. The office also offers month-to-month leases or discounted annual contracts depending on your needs. Liz Elam owns two spaces in Austin, Link Coworking and Link Too, produces GCUC, the Great Coworking Unconference Conference, and is President of the League of Extraordinary Coworking Spaces. Her spaces are called cutting edge.
Cost: $300-$550/month; $900-$3,000/month for private offices
Opportunity Space – As of January 31, 2016, Opportunity Space is now sclosed. Why? East Austin leases are skyrocketing in cost.
Austin, TX 78748
Phone number(512) 522-7730
Orange Coworking puts an emphasis on networking and the spirit of serendipitous collaboration. This is a really great option for entrepreneurs or business people, but freelancers are more than welcome. The office hosts meet ups, happy hours, workshops, and lectures, often with discounts for Orange members. Memberships range from part-time and full-time general co-working to a dedicated desk. Bonus: parking is hassle free (the office is in the H-E-B shopping center on Slaughter Lane).
Cost: $75-$450/month; $25/month for a “community” pass to stop in every once in a while
Patchwork is a small space that is perfect for those who need to get out of the house and focus on their work. A membership here comes with basic access to the neighboring Mueller at Mosaic residences, which includes meeting rooms, a pool, gym, and more.
Cost: $350/month; $22/day
Austin, TX 78723
Phone number(512) 200-3111
2235 East 6th Street, Unit 107
Austin, TX 78702
Perch CoWorking aims to satisfy “self-contained businesspeople.” Members here get a dedicated workstation, as well as access to the conference room and personal lockers. This small, quiet space has great natural light and a very laid-back vibe.
Cost: $175/month; $25/day
Austin, TX 78702
Soma Vida emphasizes health and wellness, so if this aligns with your business or your habits, then this might be the space for you. This east side nook has an open general co-working space in addition to offices, meeting rooms, and even a yoga studio that are all available to rent.
Cost: $175-$250/month; $25/day
2324 E Cesar Chavez St
Soma Vida has done an AWESOME job revamping their place after the move. It’s beautiful and feels peaceful. I was happy to host a Learnshop there and look forward to having more there in the…
Austin, TX 78702
Phone number (512) 628-1580
3121 East 12th Street, Austin, TX
$10/day 10 am – 5 pm
Phone number(512) 524-7128
A membership with Tech Ranch means a place in a community of fellow business people — networking is a part of the culture here. This modern co-working space is perfect for both budding or seasoned entrepreneurs as Tech Ranch offers several office amenities to help you focus and grow your business, including classes and programs. Options range from co-working to reserved desks to private offices.
Cost: $75-$375/month; $975-$2,000/month for private offices; $20/day
What: Chain with space planned for 2016
This new co-working space just launched Tuesday. Urban Co-Lab aims to be a home for small companies focusing on social innovation in the following areas: transportation, education delivery and education technology, housing, digital inclusion, and environmental equity. The office has partnered with Huston-Tillotson University to provide networking opportunities for businesses and college students looking for internships. Co-Lab offers part-time general co-working as well as dedicated desks for teams of two and four (although they are flexible with pairing people up if you need a desk).
Cost: $15-$750/month; $15/day
Vessel Coworking strives to be a space for anyone and everyone, from social organizations to business entrepreneurs. Located on the second floor of the For the City Center, this co-working office affords a lot of flexibility with deals on daily punch cards and weekly memberships. For the more structured worker, you can opt for a place in the general area or a dedicated desk.
Cost: $200-$350/month; $20/day
411 West Monroe
Austin, Tx, 78704
Email: email@example.com Call: (512) 761-3842
Vuka embodies the funky South Austin spirit. This warm, eclectic office has a large, general co-working area as well as a separate space for dedicated desks. Vuka also regularly hosts a variety of pop ups, meet ups, socials, concerts, and even weddings in the beautifully decorated event space next door.
Cost: $200-$400/month; $20/day
Austin, TX 78701
Phone number(877) 868-8335 CONGRESS COWORKING OFFICE SPACE IN DOWNTOWN AUSTINThis downtown Austin office space has all of the individuality this one-of-a-kind city has to offer bundled up in three floors—where else could you find interior design inspired by Wes Anderson films and rap lyrics on the walls and windows that pay homage to the city’s lively music scene? In a modern building in the heart of downtown, this coworking space captures the feel of the real Austin.
Need to unwind? There’s no better place than the expansive terrace overlooking the skyscrapers that dot the city skyline. You can also take advantage of the colorful lounge areas, spacious meeting rooms, and peaceful yoga room. The diverse community here ranges from tech startups to graphic designers to art collectors, which helps foster collaboration.
There’s parking in the building, secure bike storage, and easy access to buses that will zip you around town. Minutes from the Texas State Capitol, the office space is also a 10-minute walk from the biking and hiking trails around Austin’s Town Lake. World-famous 6th Street, lined with live music venues, is right around the corner. For a central location, lots of amenities, and a quirky vibe, you’ll love WeWork Congress.
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Shared Office Desk$550/mo
GREENWAY CENTRAL – Greenway Central is a new shared workspace in North Austin for entrepreneurs, independent professionals, innovators and other rockstars with a “get it done” attitude. With dedicated desks, private offices, phone booths and a 12-person conference room, Greenway is designed to provide the camaraderie of coworking, the productivity of a great office, and is perfect for Austin professionals who seek a collaborative, fun, and professional community.
Community of amazing “get sh!t done” people
Lightning Fast Fiber Internet
Cold Brew on Tap
Gorgeous 12-Person Conference Room
Mail Service / Delivery Address
Sound Isolated Phone Booths
Member Happy Hours and Events
Great Workplace Acoustics
Convenient North Austin Location
COWORKING SPACE: $450/mo
Be part of our beautiful community space with kick@ss coworkers and great perks.
Workspace: A sizable, naturally lit communal area, including a brand new desk and chair designed for usability and efficiency.
ONE-PERSON OFFICE: $700/mo
A private, beautiful, and spacious work space for one, adjacent to our community space. Workspace: Enjoy a sound-isolated space with natural light. Includes a brand new desk and chair designed for usability and efficiency.
TWO-PERSON OFFICE: $1,100/mo
A private, beautiful, and spacious work space for two, adjacent to our community space. Workspace: Enjoy a sound-isolated space with natural light. Includes two brand new desks and chairs designed for usability and efficiency.
THREE-PERSON OFFICE: $1,500/mo
A private, beautiful, and spacious work space for three, adjacent to our community space. Workspace: Enjoy a sound-isolated space with natural light. Includes three brand new desks and chairs designed for usability and efficiency.
1139 Braker Lane 2nd Floor Austin, TX 78758
Austin, Texas, Jan. 30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Center for Social Innovation (CSI), an integrated campus for socially innovative nonprofits and purpose-for-profit enterprises operated by Notley, today debuted a social entrepreneurship and nonprofit coworking community at Springdale General in East Austin that serves individuals and startup organizations committed to driving impactful outcomes. To launch the new coworking space, Notley is announcing a partnership with Capital Factory, the center of gravity for entrepreneurship, to bring together capital resources, educational programs, and an international network of mentors to help tackle some of society’s biggest challenges.
Today thousands of social entrepreneurs and nonprofits are seeking ways to address important causes, from education and climate change to access to healthcare and poverty. The Center for Social Innovation’s new coworking space will provide a collaborative environment where business leaders and founders can access capital and human resources while also integrating their approaches with nonprofit organizations to better understand how their solutions can be most effective.
“The world is experiencing an emergence of social enterprise spilling out of our universities, nonprofits, and for-profit businesses,” said Dan Graham, Cofounder of Notley. “As Austin becomes the next social innovation capital, this coworking model is poised to provide an important missing piece – a space for people inciting action around social causes to connect with nonprofits, educational systems and entrepreneurial programs while coming together to drive scalable and sustainable purpose-driven ventures.”
“Techstars, the worldwide network that helps entrepreneurs succeed, is excited to have Capital Factory and Notley Ventures’ partnership join Austin’s growing impact ecosystem,” said Zoe Schlag, Managing Director of Techstars Impact, which invests in for-profit, mission-driven startups building technologies to solve pressing social problems. “As a landing pad where new mission-driven ventures can connect directly with nonprofits, this will serve as an important resource for any impact organization in Austin.”
Notley, the organization behind CSI, is catalyzing social change and unlocking new opportunities with today’s impact organizations and changing communities. With a reputation for operational excellence in entrepreneurship in and beyond Texas, Capital Factory will be lending its expertise in coworking operation and offering its worldwide community of mentors to support coworking members at all stages of their social entrepreneurship journey.
“Notley’s portfolio of successful social impact initiatives makes them an obvious partner for us and our social ventures who will be moving into the coworking space later this year,” said Joshua Baer, Founder and Executive Director of Capital Factory. “By leveraging the Capital Factory network, coworking at CSI is much more than just a place to work – it connects social impact entrepreneurs to their first employees, mentors, customers and investors. Austin is now one of the most exciting and connected places for social innovation in the world.”
Within 10,000 square feet, coworking at CSI provides a unique mix of private studios, dedicated desks, conference spaces, lounge areas, and an additional 5,048 square feet of meeting space. Programming will be designed to spark dialogue, collaboration, and networking between social enterprises and nonprofits with similar goals. Members will also engage with a global network of mentors able to help them gain traction in scaling impact, building mission-driven business strategies and raising capital.
CSI’s coworking infrastructure will be powered by the same Union online platform that Capital Factory uses to manage its community engagement including mentor sessions, educational events, and funding challenges. In addition to the mentor network that Capital Factory has assembled in Texas, Union brings access to a global network of resources for social entrepreneurs that includes over 800 learning resources and classes, 1,700 mentors and facilitates over 4,000 connects every month. The platform provides entrepreneurs with access to crucial resources and connections with like minded innovators across the world. Currently, over 75 incubators, startup hubs, and investor groups host their communities on Union.
The Center for Social Innovation is now accepting applications for coworking membership. Current members include Black Fret, Half Helen Foundation, MU/DAI, and The David Weekley Family Foundation.
To sign up for more information about membership, visit socialinnovationaustin.org.
Notley is a catalyst for social innovation that unlocks new opportunities with today’s impact organizations and changing communities. Notley’s mission is to fund and support businesses, nonprofits, and programs making positive change and social impact in the world, which they do by creating an ecosystem where social good organizations can thrive. Notley was founded in 2015 by Dan Graham, founder of BuildASign.com, and his wife, Lisa as a way to leverage their own business and investing success. Notley partners with seed and early stage social impact companies and nonprofits ready to scale. For more information, please visit www.notleyventures.com.
About Capital Factory:
Capital Factory is the center of gravity for entrepreneurs in Austin, the number one startup city in the U.S. Last year more than 100,000 entrepreneurs, programmers and designers gathered day and night, in-person and online for meetups, mentorship, classes and coworking. We meet the best entrepreneurs in Austin and introduce them to their first investors, employees, mentors and customers. According to Pitchbook, Capital Factory has been the most active investor in Texas since 2013.
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