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If you need a place to work outside of your home or office within an inspiring community, consider joining one of these co-working communities.

FoundersDEN (San Francisco)
Shared office space and private club for experienced entrepreneurs and their friends.  Space at Founders Den is offered on an invite-only basis to startups referred through the networks of the Founders Den community.

 

Galvanize (Austin, Boulder, Denver, Fort Collins, Phoenix, San Francisco, Seattle)
Started in Denver, Galvanize believes in making education and growth accessible to anyone – especially underrepresented groups in the tech industry. Whether you’re a founder, student, or just someone who wants to level up their career, Galvanize wants to be a welcoming, inclusive place where you can take the next step in your journey. Offers 24-Week Full-Time Web Development Bootcamp Program.

Hatchery500 (New York)
Located at 500 Seventh Avenue @ 37th. The 16,000 square foot space offers shared desks ($450/month), dedicated desks ($850/month), and offices (starting at $3,100/month). There are plasma-enabled conference rooms and a 1 gig+ fiber connection.

HatcherySF (San Francisco)
Since the summer of 2011, The Hatchery has grown to over 80 diverse tenant companies — technology entrepreneurs, freelancers, winemakers, designers, and writers. Some are bootstrapped. Others have raised tens of millions of dollars in venture financing. Two locations: 645 Harrison and 625 2nd Street.

Hub Bay Area (San Francisco)
Mix and mingle with a diverse group of entrepreneurs and local professionals at 901 Mission Street.

Lemnos Labs (San Francisco)
Hardware incubator that provides mentorship and resources to talented engineers with innovative ideas and a passion for making things.

LiquidSpace
Book last minute or plan ahead. Browse, reserve, and check in to space immediately at hip coworking venues, high-end business centers, or handy hotel lobbies or libraries. 

Matter (Chicago)
Community of healthcare entrepreneurs and industry leaders working together in a shared space to individually and collectively fuel the future of healthcare innovation. 

NextSpace (San Francisco / San Jose / LA / Chicago)
A thriving, diverse and dynamic coworking community of startup founders, entrepreneurs, independent professionals, freelancers and remote workers who are making a living and a life on their own terms, without compromise.

pariSoma (San Francisco)
Innovation loft at 169 11th Street; coworking and tech event hosting space.

RocketSpace (San Francisco)
All inclusive office environment designed solely for tech and new media companies from 1 to 30 people. - located in San Francisco, South of Market at 181 Fremont. 

sandbox suites (Bay Area)
Shared workspace for freelancers, small businesses etc. with 3 locations in San Francisco and one in Berkeley.

SOMA Central - formerly Pier 38 (San Francisco)
An incubator for 30-plus tech companies that are in the early stages of business located at 153 Townsend @ 2nd Street. 

WeWork Labs (NYC/San Francisco)
Founded in 2011 with a focus on helping early stage tech startups in New York City. WeWork now has offices around the world. Every company in WeWork Labs has been hand selected by our team as a good candidate for the community and have the option to work in a private office or in the open area at a dedicated desk. 

Workshop Cafe (San Francisco)
A great coffee shop and workplace and event venue located at 180 Montgomery in the FiDi.

1871 (Chicago)
Based in the Merchandise Mart, 1871 offers 3 types of co-working memberships offer choices for digital designers, engineers and entrepreneurs in different stages of building their businesses.