As the entrepreneurial economy has grown, coworking spaces have grown alongside with it. Here are a few coworking spaces that have set their brands apart from the rest of the competition.
Galvanize was founded in 2012 by Jim Deters, a restauranteur and tech entrepreneur to educate Denver’s startup scene. The offices include high-speed internet, phone booths, expandable conference rooms, and communal workspaces and mentorships from industry experts and venture capitalists.
San Diego-based space Hera Hub offers a supportive community for women to grow their businesses. Services include collaboration tools and mentoring for businesses from all sectos. Despite the coworking hub being focused on women professionals, it is highly inclusive to all.
Landing Zone in New Orleans started when marine veteran Robert Armbruster founded VetLaunch, a company that connects veterans with the resources needed to transition into civilian life. VetLaunch now operates the Landing Zone, which is a business incubator and coworking space open to veterans and civilians.
NeueHouse is a high-end posh coworking space with a cultural platform and has a carefully curated community handpicked by a committee. The space includes high-end food and beverage offerings, exclusive after parties, advanced film screenings, and more.
Paragraph in New York is a space tailored for writers looking for a quiet haven to get work done. Both Manhattan and Brooklyn locations have soundproofed walls, writing rooms, partitioned desks, as well as writer-specific events and activities.
New York’s Rough Draft is a hybrid coworking space and full-service creative agency catered to freelancers, remote workers and small startups.
The Farm is yet another New York location that offers a Midwestern Americana design within the city. Complete with rich oak barn-wood and farmland fixtures, the space offers a wide range of events for members to promote work and collaborate with like-minded professionals.