Austin, Texas is known as the cultural epicenter of the Texas state. It has a vibrant community of bars, restaurants, and businesses; a lengthy and interesting cultural history, and a booming coworking sector. This makes sense, as Austin is home to a number of music festivals, cultural events, and draws tourists year-round for its cuisine, points of interest, and other landmarks. But today, we’ll be discussing the Austin coworking spaces, what they offer, and how they can benefit your team. Let’s get to it!
Focusing on sustainable, scalable businesses; Relay Coworking has become a home to over 60 different businesses, and they’re growing each day. They help serve everyone in the Texas community include nonprofit companies, entrepreneurs, and small businesses & startups. With flexible membership options and a number of benefits like local food & drinks, 24/7 secure access, and free parking; a Relay is a great option for any new business in the Texas area.
Vessel Coworking believes in hosting a creative and productive atmosphere, so they like to make sure their potential members will feel comfortable in their space by offering a free day pass or an online virtual tour. The vessel also has spacious wood coworking desks, conference rooms with televisions and monitors, fiber optic internet, bottomless coffee on tap, and a daily selection of snacks & meals for members. With affordable pricing as well, Vessel is great for individual entrepreneurs and startups alike.
If you’ve been following our articles on coworking spaces in the U.S., then you’ve probably seen us mention WeWork already. For those who haven’t, WeWork is a well-known co-working company within the United States with a number of locations across the country. They have private offices, dedicated & hot desks, full-floor office buildings, as well as day passes, conference rooms, open conference workspaces, and a number of amenities including free parking & bike storage areas.
Duo Works is a coworking & event area for entrepreneurs, small businesses, as well as remote workers with memberships starting at just $99 a month. Like many on our list, they offer free day passes & virtual tours for prospective customers, as well as reserved desks with mail service, meeting rooms, office tenants for long term business leasing & rentals, and the on-site Cafe Grande room for relaxing and hosting casual brainstorming sessions with your team.
With two locations in the central Austin area and a gorgeous wooden interior & artisanal style wooden furniture, Vuka is quickly making a number for itself as a shared workspace center in the Austin area. They’re also pet friendly, offer free parking, invitations to Vuka events, networking programs & opportunities, and workflow-efficient coworking setups. Vuka has a number of different membership options available as well, meaning you can mix and match a package that works best for you.
This space is more than just an office. Fibercove is all about building business-to-business relationships in order to foster an environment of innovation, efficiency, and creativity and build better technologies for tomorrow. They allow for online tour booking and day passes, and their amenities include fiber op internet, kitchens & bar options for meals, premium equipment for a number of different business sectors, and conference rooms available for rent on an hourly or daily basis.
Founded in 2014 and converted from a 1950s bread factory in East Austin, CreatescapeWork takes pride in its diverse community of freelancers, startups & small businesses, as well as local businesses; Creascape is great for those seeking mentorship and networking opportunities in the city of Austin. They also offer fiber op internet, call rooms, free parking, equipment rentals, and membership events each month.
Equipped with a get-it-done attitude, Greenway Central is all about focusing on innovators, entrepreneurs, and independent professionals all across Texas. They also have 12 person conference rooms, dedicated desks & hot desks, and private offices for short-term and long-term rentals. Their lightning-fast fiber optic internet, sound isolated phone and call areas, and free parking makes them perfect for a team of any size.
For innovative thinkers, doers, and those looking to shake up traditional ways of business, Meet Offsite is for you. Their co-working spaces look to inspire growth and they invest in their members & their businesses by providing the fundamental tools, community, and resources necessary to accelerate and scale up your business. They currently have two spaces in the Austin area with a third planned for 2022.
Finishing our list is this great center out of Downtown Austin. They offer in-person & virtual tours of their site, with a focus on member safety by following COVID-19 precautions. Beyond this, Common Desk was built with a do-it-yourself attitude, and offers memberships for everyone from students, part-time coworkers, shared desks, team bundles, private offices, as well as spaces for bike storage, cocktail lounges & on-tap beer, and regular community events.