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10 of the Best Coworking Spaces in Chicago

Whether you’re a solo professional, a remote employee, a small business team, or a company that has embraced a hybrid model and is in need of an occasional off-site team meeting or brainstorming venue, you can be sure that there’s a coworking space in Chicago that has just what you need. So, below, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most appreciated locations in the city to get you started:

TeamWorking by TechNexus

Address: 20 N. Upper Wacker Dr., Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60606

TeamWorking by TechNexus at 20 N. Upper Wacker Dr. in central Chicago. Photo credit: TechNexus.

Launched in 2020, TeamWorking by TechNexus fosters an inclusive and supportive community for innovators, entrepreneurs, executives, and teams to build bigger and faster together. Members here gain access to the supportive ecosystem that TechNexus has built throughout the years through its Venture Collaborative initiative, which brings together a network of industry-leading corporate partners and global entrepreneurs.

Work-oriented amenities here cater to both hybrid and virtual teams and include: private phone booths; modular event space; and huddle rooms and multi-function executive board rooms with modern audio, video and display technology. Plus, members here also have access to a content creation studio equipped with a green screen and professional audio/video equipment, as well as a recording booth, a podcast studio, and more!

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Spaces – West Ohio Street

Address: 320 W. Ohio St., Chicago, IL 60654

Spaces West Ohio Street at 320 W. Ohio St. in River North, Chicago. Photo credit: Spaces.

Once home to the iconic Adams & Westlake railroad lantern factory, the Adlake Building now harbors a smart business hub that serves the innovators of today. What’s more, this Spaces hub in the heart of the dynamic River North neighborhood is well-connected to all major road, rail, bus, and ferry links.

Incorporating more than 21,000 square feet of inspirational space across seven floors, this plug-and-play, state-of-the-art facility invites entrepreneurs to create, connect, and host gatherings — both large and small. Community members here also enjoy a generous selection of meeting rooms, private offices, and shared workspace options. There are also expertly designed breakout spaces on site for members to unwind and recharge.

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Regus – Hyde Park

Address: 5113 S. Harper Ave., Suite 2C, Chicago, IL 60615

Regus Hyde Park at 5113 South Harper Ave., in South Side Chicago. Photo credit: Regus.

Located in one of the city’s most diverse neighborhoods, Regus Hyde Park is just a short walk from the waterfront and one mile from the University of Chicago. Regus staff is available here to greet clients and their guests, as well as to handle reception needs, mail handling, and call forwarding.

Here, members can reserve a desk in the shared work area where the hot-desking policy is first come, first served. Alternatively, there’s also a choice of private office options, including office suites, private window offices, and private interior offices. All offices are fully furnished, and membership plans allow for the flexibility to add more desk space as your business grows.

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WeWork – The National

Address: 125 S. Clark St., Chicago, IL 60603

 The National at 125 South Clark Street in Central Chicago Loop. Photo credit: WeWork.

This highly appreciated coworking space in Chicago boasts a prime location in the Loop with excellent accessibility via the Metra, as well as 20 bus routes and Interstate 90. There’s also a bike-share station nearby, as well as bike storage on-site if you’re riding your own to and from work. Interestingly, the first floor of the building incorporates a 24,000-square-foot food hall that brings together some of the best elements of Chicago’s acclaimed culinary scene.

WeWork amenities here can accommodate solopreneurs, as well as businesses of all sizes, with plenty of variety to choose from as far as work environments. Spread across four beautifully renovated floors within the landmark National Building, this dog-friendly business hub includes ample conference rooms; comfortable lounge areas; phone booths; a fitness center with showers; wellness and mother’s rooms; landscaped balcony and rooftop outdoor spaces; and much more.

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Address: 600 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60661

Workbox coworking space in the West Loop at 600 West Jackson Boulevard. Photo credit: Workbox.

Well-located within walking distance of both Union and Ogilvie train stations, as well as easily accessible via highway, this West Loop coworking space welcomes members on the ground floor of the Burnham Otis Elevators building — one of Chicago’s first skyscrapers. Here, there’s a full-time doorman in the building, and Workbox staff are on hand to offer reception service and any assistance you might need during your stay.

What’s more, the double-level ceiling heights and glass-enclosed offices and suites ensure an airy and well-lit atmosphere throughout the day. Membership options vary from by-the-hour conference room access and day passes to floating plans that allow members to work from any Workbox location, as well as dedicated desk reservations and fully furnished private office spaces or suites for larger teams.

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Industrious Millennium Park

Address: 24 E. Washington St., 8th Floor, Chicago, IL 60602

Industrious coworking space in the Chicago Loop at 24 East Washington St. Photo credit: Industrious.

Located on the eighth floor of the Marshall Field and Company Building, this Chicago coworking space shares a home with Macy’s and the famous Tiffany Dome Ceiling. In addition to a great view, members here have access to well-designed professional spaces, outdoor amenities, a bike room, a fitness center, and a wellness room.

Membership options at Industrious Millennium Park include: virtual office packages for individuals or companies; private office suites with access to shared spaces; and packages designed for dynamic hybrid workers, which include access to a global network spanning more than 65 cities, guest passes, and complimentary meeting room hours, as well as flexible open workspace bookings and private offices on demand.

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Regus West Loop 200 South Wacker

Address: 200 S. Wacker Dr., 31st & 32nd Floors, Chicago, IL 60606

Regus West Loop coworking space at 200 South Wacker Drive in Chicago. Photo credit: Regus.

Make a home for your business in a first-class office building located in Chicago’s historic financial and commercial district. Regus West Loop 200 S. Wacker welcomes members in bright and airy office spaces on the 31st and 32nd floors of the high-rise. Moreover, you and your clients can easily reach this hub via excellent public transit connections or even by water taxi.

Notably, there’s an outside seating area available to take in the dramatic cityscape views, as well as a generous selection of workspaces to choose from. This Chicago coworking space also incorporates five meeting rooms; an open area for both hot-desk and dedicated desk access; and more than 140 private offices that can accommodate between one and 15 people. Virtual office services are also available.

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Spaces – South Michigan

Address: 332 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60604

Spaces coworking space in downtown Chicago at 332 South Michigan Ave. Photo credit: Spaces.

This coworking space in downtown Chicago can make your business stand out in all the right ways. Spaces offers a modern office environment in a landmark location at the heart of the commercial center of Chicago. As such, members here can tap into the networking value of a neighborhood where technology, culture, and finance meet.

Plus, the facilities here can accommodate businesses of any size, all while maintaining a highly flexible culture. Multi-sized meeting rooms and conference suites are available to host presentations and networking events. Members can also opt for hot-desk or dedicated desk access, as well as reserve private office spaces with views of Lake Michigan and the city.

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Address: 4411 N. Ravenswood Ave., Suite 300, Chicago, IL 60640

Driven by the values of network, community, spirit, and openness, SketchPad was founded in 2017. It offers a Chicago coworking space that’s just as much a place of collaboration as it is a space of celebration. Notably, this unique hub on the far north side of Chicago supports an open community of innovative Jewish organizations and entrepreneurs.

SketchPad membership options include both full- and part-time desk reservation, as well as office suites that can accommodate small, medium or large teams. What’s more, SketchPad coworking also includes conference rooms and a sizeable event space, in addition to a beit midrash with a dedicated library, a wellness space, and more!

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Art/Work Hubbard Street

Address: 1821 W. Hubbard St., Suite 209, Chicago, IL 60622

Art/Work coworking space in West Town Chicago at 1821 West Hubbard St. Photo credit: CommercialEdge.

This continually evolving creative environment is open day and night to entrepreneurs and businesses exploring the space between art and work. A west-side Chicago coworking space that brings together innovators seeking an inspiring refuge and a like-minded community, Art/Work provides both functional amenities and creative programming.

Furthermore, because inspiration cannot be scheduled in advance, members here enjoy automated, 24-hour access to desks, meeting rooms, and private office suites where they can follow their muse and put in the work. Memberships also include access to all events, resources, and evolving artist-in-residency programming.

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The coworking scene continues to offer distinct flexibility and a vibrant sense of community that appeal to increasing numbers of individuals and businesses. Chicago coworking space has come a long way in meeting the increasing demand of those seeking superior flexibility and a better work/life balance, while simultaneously growing a business. Consequently, the Windy City — like all markets both big and small — stands to benefit from putting in the work to adapt to the tides that are currently changing.

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