City On the Hill: the Best of Boston Coworking

 

City On the Hill: the Best of Boston Coworking

Quality coworking spaces can be found almost anywhere in the country nowadays, and the north east is no different. Boston coworking spaces are some of the most affordable and unique coworking environments in the United States; today, we are going to show you a small sample of what this  awesome city has to offer!

1. WorkBar

boston coworking WorkBar is a Boston coworking space that’s home to everything you’ve come to know and love about coworking; top-notch amenities, spacious comfort, event space, and more. Featuring several smaller offices, which they call, “outerspaces” and main offices in Boston and Cambridge, they’ve made a serious name for themselves. What makes WorkBar unique is in the details. The water cooler isn’t just cold bottled stuff; they’ve replaced it with chilled, sparkling, or hot water, depending on your tastes. The coffee is always Fair Trade and DIY. They have a focus on green initiatives, and they keep an HR staff on hand at all times to help you with any of your coworking needs. They offer 3 pricing structures, from part-time, to full-time, to dedicated. Prices start anywhere from $30/a day to $500 a month; they offer a realistic, and structured value that will suit anyone’s needs. The memberships themselves even come with perks like full mail service, access to educational programming, and more. If you’re in the north east, and you need a familiar and dependable space in Boston coworking, be sure to give WorkBar a try.

2. Idea Space

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Idea Space is a boutique office space located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. They have a look that’s designed to make you feel comfortable, and help foster a sense of community within the office. When you succeed, everyone does, and idea space hopes to turn their community into a kind of family.

They offer several tiers of membership from occasional, to part-time, to full-time, so there’s bound to be something that fits any coworking lifestyle. If you’re tired of “overly-eccentric”, and want to try “cozy”, then check out Idea Space in Boston! Recently as well, we had the pleasure of interviewing the founder of Idea Space, Lauren, as she shared with us some insight about what it takes to run a space like this.

3. Coalition Boston

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Connected to downtown’s Crossing station, this Boston coworking space is next to the heart of what make’s Boston such a wonderful and bustling city. Coalition Boston has three main goals; work, cowork; and network, and it shows. They keep it simple, to the point, and serious. Their offices are clean and traditional, but they don’t skimp on the amenities either. They really strive to put the “Pro” in “Professional” and with a vibrant and exciting community of entrepreneurs and businesses, a beautiful office located on the 19th floor, and drive to get back to basics, Coalition Boston could be just what you need to reignite your coworking spark. They offer several different pricing options, and with such a beautiful view overlooking the city, this Boston coworking space makes a tempting and compelling offer. Boston isn’t just a city of sports championships, clam chowder, and coffee; it’s a city of some serious and fun coworking. With the Boston coworking community growing and expanding, it’s nice to know that even in the chilly north east, there are still plenty of places that you can go to get the job done. Written by: Joseph Gordon