The 5 Most Awe-Inspiring Coworking Spaces in Austin
5 Creative Coworking Spaces In Austin, Texas
Austin is quickly becoming the new hot-spot for young entrepreneurs with big aspirations. As more and more people pour into this vibrant Texas city, creative coworking spaces are gaining popularity.
Today, I want to take a moment to talk about five of Austin’s most creative and awe-inspiring coworking spaces and highlight their approach to the collaborative space.
In the Zulu language, “Vuka” means “wake up,” and this coworking space is named that for a good reason. Whether it’s starting a non-profit, challenging yourself, or exploring a new business venture, Vuka encourages its members to follow their true passions. One of Austin’s more vibrant coworking spaces, Vuka’s rustic and industrial appearance makes you feel like you stepped into a creative DIY shop. And that’s a good thing.
Austin’s premier Tech-related coworking space, Tech Ranch Austin has everything someone in the technology industry could need.
Tech Ranch Austin values diversity and collaboration. The coworking space welcomes more than 60 startups in software, hardware, and alternative energies that receive support from experts and mentors within the tech community. Their goal: to take your business idea to the next level. What more could you want?
Complete with coworking and private offices, Tech Ranch Austin contains everything that a startup could need.
If what drives you is environmental change and social activism, Center 61 is the go-to spot. As Austin’s first coworking space dedicated to socially conscious entrepreneurs and nonprofit business, Center 61 is a unique and collaborative community that’ll help you realize your global purpose.
Cost $25-600/month depending on plan
If you love working from home, this is your spot.
Opportunity Space is a coworking space converted from an actual house. That’s right. There’s a kitchen, full bathrooms, wooden floors, and enough refrigerator space to make you feel right at home while at work. Sorry, I couldn’t resist the pun.
The only downside to this coworking space is that you’ll still have to change out of your pjs.
Cost: Rate depends of room size. You can contact them for an estimate
Link Coworking space is a 3,000 square foot Austin coworking space that welcomes startups and freelancers alike. Business Insider recently named the space one of America’s “coolest” coworking spaces, too, taking special note of its sleek office furniture and outdoor courtyard.
Austin is a city full of beautiful coworking spaces, and choosing 5 to highlight wasn’t easy – they all are worthy of feature length content. What are your favorite coworking spaces in Austin, Tx?