Niche coworking spaces have infiltrated the market, offering specific industries, demographics, and genders flexible services and amenities. Due to a huge influx of coworking spaces, niche spaces tend to attract more clientele and thus are more successful.
Female-centric coworking spaces are just one example of a blossoming niche within the sector. Operators such as The Wing, The Riveter, and Hera Hub offer women a more opportune workplace that focuses on the needs and workstyles of women.
There has also been an emergence of industry-specific coworking spaces that cater to various fields, such as design, technology, and even cannabis.
For example, Gateway Works based in California offers cannabis startups access to an accelerator program, networking opportunities, and mentorships.
Other niche coworking spaces focus on interests or backgrounds, such as New Orleans-based the Landing Space made for veterans or the Flow Yoga Center that focuses on wellness.