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Charlotte’s Top Coworking Spaces for Inspiration

Whether you’re a local, a long-term visitor, or just in town for a few days, Charlotte is home to over a dozen co-working spaces that foster some much needed creativity and productivity.

If you’re one of the thousands of Charlotte-based workers who are set to work from home for the rest of the year, cabin fever is probably starting to set in. Luckily, Charlotte’s co-working spaces offer flexible membership options for a welcome relief and change of scenery to your current day-to-day.

And for visitors or businesses who can work from anywhere, extend your stay and work and play in Charlotte this fall and winter. With mild weather to enjoy outdoor breweries and the reopening of museums, it’s the perfect time to spend more time in the Queen City.

For those seeking a community

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Hygge

Locations: Hill Street, West Charlotte, Camp North End and Jay Street

With four locations around Charlotte, Hygge encompasses each neighborhood in its spaces. Hygge locations all offer something different – from Jay Street’s Not Just Coffee shop to West Charlotte’s wellness facility (even if you belong to a different location, you get a discount on workout memberships).

Pass Options/Pricing:

  • Flex membership: $149/month
  • Dedicated desk: $269/month
  • Dedicated office: starting at $600/month
  • Day pass: $20
  • Podcast studio: $15/hour
  • Photo studio: $75/hour ($40/hour for members)

COVID-19 Precautions: Currently, members are limited to using one location, and masks are required at all times in communal areas. Additional cleaning measures can be found here.

For creatives

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Advent Coworking

Location: Belmont

Advent has conference rooms, a podcast studio, an outdoor patio, free coffee, private phone booths, art studios, free bike rentals, a designated library/quiet place, a bookable event space and tons of other amenities. And its location can’t be beaten – it’s in the same complex as Catawba Brewing Company, First Wind Fitness, Oso Skate Park and Paper Plane Deli & Market.

Pass Options/Pricing:

  • Flex membership: $149/month
  • Dedicated desk: $249/month
  • Dedicated office: starting at $450/month
  • Day pass: $20
  • Day pass 6-pack: $100
  • Podcast memberships: starting at $70/month

COVID-19 Precautions: All members are able to use the space, and flex membership numbers are capped and monitored as needed. Masks are mandated throughout common areas as well as daily temperature checks. You can read more about COVID protocols, here.

For freelancers or solopreneurs

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WeWork

Locations: RailYard South End and Uptown (S. College St. and S. Tryon St.)

Amenities vary by location, but you’ll get the expected WeWork experience at all locations like phone booths, social events, meeting rooms, unique workspaces and support staff. All of the Charlotte locations have a fitness center, wellness room, showers and bike storage. If you want access to outdoor spaces, check out the College Street and RailYard locations.

Pass Options/Pricing:

  • Hot desk: from $320/month
  • Dedicated desk: from $470/month
  • Private office: from $670/month

COVID-19 Precautions: Social distancing and increased sanitation measures are being taken. You can read more here for additional health and safety measures.

For a boutique experience

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CoWork by Camden

Location: South End

With an expansive patio in the heart of Historic South End, CoWork by Camden is a boutique co-working space with local touches and friendly faces. Remote employees will love the “hush booths” for conference calls and the garage door windows that open for indoor-outdoor working.

Pass Options/Pricing:

  • Flex membership: starting at $199/month
  • Dedicated desk: starting at $285/month
  • Private office: starting at $550/month
  • Day pass: $25

COVID-19 Precautions: Face coverings are required when entering the building.

For artists or millennials on a budget

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C3 Lab at Alchemy

Location: South End

Set within C3 Lab’s 45,000-square foot facility is a gallery, restaurant, multiple studios and dedicated workspaces. Memberships are also available with added benefits, including spaces for artists. C3 Lab gets bonus points for ample parking and access to delicious food at Alchemy.

Pass Options/Pricing:

  • Free co-working from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday
  • Community membership: starting at $50/month
  • Lab stations: starting at $235/month
  • Private office: starting at $525/month
  • Artist studio: starting at $225/month
  • Maker studio: starting at $195/month

COVID-19 Precautions: Seating is spaced out for social distancing. Masks are required in most areas and you can read more about additional measures, here.

For the traveler

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Spaces

Locations: Uptown and South End

The Amsterdam-based co-working office brand has two convenient locations in Charlotte, both with meeting rooms, breakout areas, dedicated desks, private offices and parking. The South End location has ample outdoor space, plus it’s right next to the new Krispy Kreme and Insomnia Cookies locations. Memberships also include access to Spaces locations around the globe.

Pass Options/Pricing:

  • Co-working membership: from $226/month
  • Dedicated desk: from $320/month
  • Office space: from $290/month
  • 5-day pass: $93
  • 10-day pass: $141

COVID-19 Precautions: Social distancing and sanitation measures are in place, you can read more here, or get in touch with the dedicated Community Manager to get a full rundown.

For working alone

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The Mill Coworking

Location: South End

Located in the lofts behind the shopping and restaurants at Atherton Mill, The Mill Coworking is a smaller, cozier space meant for those who like to get things done. You get loft vibes, access to a conference, private phone room and breakout space, plus parking and snacks. You’re also within walking distance of South End hot spots, which only continue to expand.

Pass Options/Pricing:

  • Flex membership: $175/month
  • Dedicated desk: $350/month
  • Private office (up to 5 people): from $1,800
  • Day pass: $25

COVID-19 Precautions: Not specified online.

For networkers

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Launch Factory

Location: West Charlotte

Launch Factory is a large co-working space ideal for those who are missing the traditional office environment. Membership benefits include a 50 percent discount on a General Assembly course, member events, phone rooms, free parking, event space, conference rooms, bike storage and a wellness room.

Pass Options/Pricing:

  • Super flex: $100/month
  • Flex desk: $200/month
  • Resident desk: $350/month
  • Private office: from $700/month
  • Day pass: $25
  • Podcast studio: $55/hr (discounts for members)

COVID-19 Precautions: Masks are mandatory when social distancing is not possible. Additional measures can be found here.

For startups

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Tabbris

Location: South End

Tabbris is the newcomer in town and is focused on helping early-stage companies innovate and grow. With specialized networking events, conference rooms, a recording studio and sit-and-stand desks, Tabbris provides its members with plenty of resources to set you and your business up for success.

Pass Options/Pricing:

  • Hot desk: $250/month
  • Dedicated desk: $350/month
  • Standard office: starting at $500/month
  • Executive office: starting at $1,500/month
  • Day pass: available

COVID-19 Precautions: Open to all members, masks must be worn in shared spaces; maximum capacity is at 50 percent until further notice. Read more about additional measures, here.

For small businesses

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Novel Coworking

Location: Uptown

With a focus on private office spaces, your office rent includes a logo on your office door, furniture, mail services, internet and an espresso bar. There is plenty of open co-working space as well with meeting spaces and conference rooms.

Pass Options/Pricing:

  • Novel access pass: $219/month
  • Dedicated desk: $329/month
  • Private offices: starting at $479/month

COVID-19 Precautions: Social distancing and increased sanitation measures are in place. You can read more about them, here.

For affordability

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Packard Place

Location: Uptown

Packard Place focuses on partnerships within the local community and brings everyone together with their famous Packard Place Public House, or “Pubs”, events. They also offer fellowships and cover rent or membership fees for those selected. Plus, you can bring your pet to work here too.

Pass Options/Pricing:

  • Co-working: $99/month
  • Private office: $500 to $1,000/month
  • Office suites: available

COVID-19 Precautions: Not specified online. All hosted events are virtual.

For a traditional office feel

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CoCoTiv Coworking

Location: Central CLT/Montford Park

Located less than a 10-minute drive from SouthPark, CoCoTiv is an ideal option for those that live further from Uptown. The facility has an onsite gym, free parking and other amenities like craft beer from local breweries and Lenny Boy kombucha.

Pass Options/Pricing:

  • Flex desk: $225/month
  • Dedicated desk: $349/month
  • Private office: from $699/month
  • Day pass: available
  • 7-day pass: $70
  • Short term private office rental: available

COVID-19 Precautions: Social distancing measures are in place.

For businesses

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Industrious

Locations: NoDa and Uptown

For businesses looking to take their team on the road, Industrious offers only dedicated desks and offices, so no flex options here. The national brand emphasizes design elements in their unique spaces and members get access to the entire Industrious network.

Pass Options/Pricing:

  • Dedicated desk: starting at $536/month
  • Offices: starting at $662/month

COVID-19 Precautions: Both locations comply with corporate-regulated social distancing, reduced capacity and increased health and safety standards. Read more, here.

For future meetings

Charlotte Convention Center's Expansion rendering

Charlotte Convention Center

Location: Uptown

The Charlotte Convention Center has different options for businesses of various sizes looking to host small events or meetings in the Queen City. Note that current government restrictions limit indoor gatherings to 25 people. You can read more about the Convention Center’s comprehensive preventative and cleaning measures, here.