4 Great Co-Working Spaces in Raleigh
If you enjoy the freedom of working for yourself, or you from home, but want to spend time with others, co-working is a great solution. Coworking spaces offer a social environment for those who work alone but with an office vibe with the intent of getting work done. Here are some great co-working spaces in Raleigh.
Loading Dock in the Five Points area on E. Whitaker Mill Rd offers private office suites and enterprise level Wi-Fi. Set up your workspace here and enjoy a full-service kitchen, showers, and lockers. The space has oversized tables for co-working, and there are several meeting rooms with access to printers, copiers, and fax machines. There is free parking, and an outdoor covered patio allows you to get some fresh air while you work. An unlimited membership starts at $300 a month, or you can get a Flex membership for $200 month. If you just want to try the space, you can spend the day for $25 or use it for a week for just $50.
HQ Raleigh on Harrington Street has 22 private office suites along with co-working space. Six smaller rooms offer some privacy for a group, or you can use one of the large conference rooms. There is a cafe space with a full kitchen and a bar with Lonerider Beer. An HQ Unlimited Membership is just $300 a month with 24/7 access and free drinks. This will also get you 15 hours a month of meeting space. Choose the HQ Access 25 membership for $125 a month for 25 a month of access and 5 hours of meeting space.
Nest offers a variety of working spaces so you can choose how you spend your day. They have a communal coworking space where you can work in an open area with access to conference rooms for just $200 a month, or you can have a dedicated desk in a secure area for just $300 a month. Office suites with Ethernet ports and two desks or more are just $800 a month. At Nest, you’ll find a full-service kitchen, both coffee and beer, and 250 MBPS Wi-Fi. They also offer downtown parking plans and a daily dish washing service. Work on Fridays and enjoy happy hour, or take part in the lunch and learn events throughout the week.
You’ll find American Underground on Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh. Here you’ll find space whether you work alone or you have 30 employees. There is a complimentary coffee bar, high-speed internet, and shared conference rooms with phones, TV’s and whiteboards. American Underground offers flexible leases, and you have access to all of their locations with just one membership price. This co-working space also offers access to Google Partner events and Google Developer Group meetups.
Whether you work alone or you have a small company, co-working spaces are a great way to get office space and equipment without any hassles. Use the space to socialize while you work, or you can collaborate with similar workers in a casual environment.