Best Downtown Phoenix Co-Working Spaces

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Have you heard the news? Downtown Phoenix is booming with new businesses! Between small businesses, to entrepreneurs, work-from-home opportunities, freelancers and more, people are looking for working options outside the typical coffee shop or office environment.

With business thriving, co-working spaces are popping up all around the Valley! We’ve rounded up some of the best co-working spots in downtown Phoenix for you to check out:

The Office Bowl

Head downtown for your next office day.  The Office Bowl offers community office space, private areas, Wi-Fi, local artwork, board and arcade games and drinks on tap – including Yoo-Hoo. The Office Bowl offers drop-in, part-time and full-time membership options.

1415 N 7th Avenue, and 4517 N1 2 Street, both in Phoenix.

Society Workspace

The Society is a new co-working space downtown that boasts collaborative workspaces, private and semi-private studios in a creative and modern environment. Located in the US Bank building in the heart of downtown, Society has onsite parking, open floor plans for shared working and a self-described modern design. Society offers monthly pricing with two tiers of shared space, private office and luxury office options.

101 N. First Ave in Phoenix.

The McKinley Club

With a tagline like “A place to work, gather, and occasionally drink,” how can we not mention The McKinley Club? The McKinley Club redefines the lines between office, coffee shop and home with private offices, dedicated desks and community space that nurture creativity and productivity. They are naming themselves a place that fosters collaboration and where networking happens naturally, and yes, there’s cold brew, rosé and beer on tap. Their memberships offer private office, dedicated desk and open space options.

734 W. Polk St. in Phoenix.

Whether you are a work from home or avid coffee shop worker, these co-working spaces may be the best new option for you. Let us know in the comments below if you currently co-share?

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