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17 Coworking & Shared Space Listings in Charlotte, NC

Charlotte, NC Coworking & Shared Spaces

There are currently 36 coworking & shared space listings available in Charlotte, NC. These listings include 58 coworking & shared spaces that encompass a total of 81,160 square feet. Available coworking & shared spaces in Charlotte, NC range in size from 10 square feet to 5,000 square feet.

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Coworking Spaces in Charlotte, NC

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The Charlotte, North Carolina metropolitan area is home to nearly 2.6 million residents and the site of the 3,200 square acre University Research Park. Rated as a Gamma global city, Charlotte is the 2nd-largest financial center in the U.S. Numerous Fortune 500 companies and renowned universities are helping to make the metro area one of the fastest growing in the country.

The Charlotte coworking scene is also one of the fastest growing in the U.S. due to the area’s favorable business climate. Flexible office space in Charlotte has become a magnet for a dynamic blend of large established tech companies, solopreneurs, and new business startups.

In 2017 there were more than 21,365 freelancers in Charlotte.

Coworking Market in Charlotte, NC

According to Yardi Matrix, there is about 750,000 square feet of coworking space in Charlotte, most of which has been added in only the last few years. Operators of shared space in Charlotte range from giant coworking firms such as WeWork and Industrious to locally grown flexible space companies like Hygge Coworking. In just 6 years this coworking startup operator has grown to five locations with more than 80,000 square feet of flexible office space under lease.

Freelancers working in the information services sector account for the largest percentage of self employment growth in Charlotte, helping to provide the skilled workforce that businesses in the metro area demand. Charlotte is home to the headquarters of Bank of America and Wells Fargo’s capital markets activities such as equity research and investment banking. Microsoft has its East Coast headquarters in Charlotte, and numerous Fortune 500 companies such as Honeywell, Duke Energy, Lowe’s, and Coca-Cola Bottling all have major facilities in the metro area.

Between 2013 and 2017 the number of people holding bachelor’s degrees or higher in Charlotte has increased by nearly 23%. Business degree holders have grown the most, up by more than 30% over the past four years.


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What is coworking?

Coworking is a collaborative and flexible work style that involves a shared workplace or shared office space. The difference between coworking and traditional offices is that people who work in a coworking space don’t usually work for the same company or organization. This is why these collaborative work spaces appeal to freelancers, small businesses, solopreneurs, and independent workers. The coworking provider that manages the space handles all the services and amenities, to make sure all individual needs are covered. Many coworking spaces offer services such as event space and conference rooms, free wi-fi, virtual business addresses, 24/7 access, pet-friendly policies, printer and fax services, as well as the ability to rent office space by the hour, the day, the month, or long-term.

How to find the right coworking space in Charlotte, NC

CommercialCafe is your go-to source for finding coworking & shared spaces in Charlotte, NC. Search our selection of in Charlotte, NC coworking spaces and find the right provider for your workspace needs. Our database includes 17 coworking office properties, so you can easily find your space and start working. Use our advanced search feature and filters to find the right shared office space, by selecting your desired price, neighborhood, and amenities such as complimentary Wi-Fi, coffee and tea, printing and scanning services or pet-friendly policies. Whether you’re looking to rent office space for a day, trying to find an hourly office rental, or searching for a longer-term option, we’ve got you covered.