Are you looking for a Portland coworking space where you can work alongside other professionals? As you conduct your search for a coworking space, it’s important to compare locations, amenities, pricing, and the culture of each spot to find the right match for you. This is your guide to Portland coworking spaces, from East Portland to Vancouver, and beyond!
Downtown Portland Coworking Spaces
As one of many Industrious locations across the country, Portland’s space offers ultra-fast Internet, unlimited free printing, wellness rooms, member events and parties such as curated speaker panels and wine tastings, and a mix of spaces for collaboration and productivity. Community memberships start at $387 per month, with private offices ranging from $666 to $4,640 per month.
Founded in 2009, NedSpace fosters a community of creative founders, entrepreneurs, startups, and nonprofits by offering affordable space at a flat rate without hidden fees. Along with a large communal kitchen with coffee, tea, and filtered water, member amenities include wifi, printing, community events, networking, locked bike storage, secure 24/7 elevator access, showers, and cable in the lounge. Prices start at $175 per month for a hot desk and run up to $2,750 per month for a private office.
Urban Office is home to down-to-earth entrepreneurs, startups, and freelancers. Memberships range from coworking hot desks starting at $295 per month to private offices starting at $995. All memberships are month to month and include 24/7 access to the space, full use of amenities such as the latte machine, wellness room, beer, cider, and kombucha on tap, and a strong, supportive network.
With an international network of coworking spaces, WeWork has grown to three locations in Northwest and Southwest Portland, with a fourth location coming in Northeast. Each location offers personal assistance from community managers, month-to-month flexibility, access to a worldwide network of professionals, and personal and professional events. Prices range from $295 for a hot desk to $630 for private office space.
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“Sip, hustle, sip.” is Desk + Mug’s neighborhood coworking mantra. This productive, cozy, and inviting work environment has benefits that include 24/7 access, a security and alarm system, a shared printer-copier-scanner, superfast wifi, a community of creatives, and free locally roasted coffee. Prices range from $195 per month for a flex desk to $450 per month for a corner desk.
A home for visionaries and realists working for a better world, Hatch Lab PDX is brimming with a social entrepreneurial spirit. Along with office equipment and meeting spaces, members have access to monthly community gatherings, events focused on social enterprise and innovation, a panel discussion series, and The Social Pitch, a popular semi-annual program. Desk spaces start at $325 per month and private office spaces start at $600 per month. Hatch Lab also has a membership model ranging from $95 to $300 per month.
openHAUS seeks to create an inclusive community and help members flourish in their work. Benefits include a dog-friendly space, an art and design library, a boutique photo studio, neighborhood discounts, and access to a community of freelancers and business owners. Prices start at $195 per month for a hot desk and go up to more than $300 per month for a dedicated desk space. Drop-in and digital memberships options are also available.
With a mission to help people launch encore careers, The Encorepreneur Cafe offers a coworking space for all generations. Amenities include high-speed Internet, office furniture and equipment, a storage cabinet and locker, and shared kitchen space. The cafe offers memberships ranging from a one-day pass for $40 up to a monthly pass for $280.
A social club and workspace for ambitious, diverse women, The Perlene is a members-only space. The carefully curated community of supportive women offers a variety of benefits such as classes, business discounts, a dedicated Slack channel, and a feminist library. The Perlene social memberships start at $175 per month, with dedicated desk memberships running up to $450 per month. Applications to The Perlene are considered on a monthly basis.
A coworking community designed by women, Vida offers onsite amenities that are curated to support modern life. Its member benefits include fitness and wellness classes, a drop-in childcare center, a community concierge, and monthly coaching. Additionally, Vida offers onsite health and wellness providers, fresh snacks, and parking. Prices range from $250 a month for part-time access to more than $800 for private office space.
North Portland & Vancouver Coworking Spaces
With a spacious, laid back atmosphere, Clean Slate Studios is a refreshing place to be productive year-round. Benefits include 24/7 access, a security and alarm system, a shared printer-copier-scanner, superfast wifi, a community of creatives, and free locally roasted coffee. Prices range from $200 per month for a flex desk to $350 per month for a corner desk.
A small-scale coworking community, Pep is a cozy environment with seven desks and 300-square-feet of space. Amenities include office essentials, shared resources, and a dry kitchen. Four desks are flex at $175 per month, while three desks are permanent at $300 per month.
A commitment-free remote workspace, Remote.ly features guaranteed seating and outlets, a free in-house barista, and more than 700 indoor plants – for just $20 per day ($15 for students). Other amenities include free street parking, strong wifi, easy wireless printing, a bike storage room, and a picturesque city view. Float desks are $299 per month, while dedicated desk space is $399 per month.
At the Weller Society, membership includes access to an open plan, community-focused workspace and curated services, resources, and amenities designed to help you be your best self. Along with a plethora of events, benefits include access to a photo-video studio, coaching and professional support, and classes, workshops, and conferences. Memberships range from $200 to $250 per month.
Right across the Columbia River from Portland, Pac Tower is a shared office for anyone looking to join a community of people who love to work. Pac Tower offers a number of membership options including private offices, glass pods, dedicated desks, and open desks in its 20,000-square-foot space. Prices range from $175 for an open desk to $2,000 per month for a private office space.
Washington County Coworking Spaces
With a bevy of amenities, SkyPoint Millikan is a refined modern office space that offers productive, hassle-free workspace solutions. Conveniently located next to Nike headquarters, spaces range in price from $175 per month for a coworking desk to more than $595 per month for private office suites.
Located in downtown Hillsboro, FourForty Six offers amenities including a conference room, off-street parking, package service, and indoor and outdoor common areas. The space is designed to accommodate a variety of work styles. Membership is month-to-month, with no long-term commitments. Prices range from $75 per month for a virtual desk to $300 per month for a dedicated desk.
For startups and business professionals who are seeking a place to collaborate, learn and grow, HillHub provides a modern and functional environment to build business connections, receive mentorship, and seek additional support. Amenities include high-speed wifi, close proximity to transit, onsite parking, printing, and professional and social events. Prices range from $71 per month for a virtual desk to $950 per month for a private office.
A flexible coworking space for start-ups, creatives, freelancers, remote offices, and off-sites, CoLab serves communities on the edge of coworking Portland. Amenities include 24/7 access, light-speed networking, free parking and bike storage, natural light, three kitchens, an onsite gym and showers, and high-speed color print centers. Plans range from $35-per-day passes to the $3,295 per month eight-desk office.
Coworking Spaces with Multiple Locations
ActivSpace has been in Portland for more than 15 years, designed and built for the needs of local artists, entrepreneurs, and hobbyists. Each location features 24/7 access with parking and nearby transit connections. With simple lease terms, ActivSpace offers competitive rent including utilities and building services. Contact ActivSpace for more information about pricing.
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CENTRL strives to offer creative, productive workspaces for career-minded professionals. Their Portland coworking spaces offer a number of amenities and events, including on-site staff, food and drinks, office basics such as printing and high-speed Internet, showers, bike parking, and community events. Prices range from $295 per month for an open desk to more than $1,295 per month for a private office.
Collective Agency invites you to work alongside other people doing what they’re passionate about and committed to. Amenities at each location include nearby restaurants and public transportation, conference rooms and phone rooms, showers, bike parking, natural light, and office supplies. Prices range from $100 to $320 per month, depending on the type of membership and payment plan.
TENpod goes by the saying, “No walls, good people.” Each of its Portland coworking spaces are vibrant and unique in its setting and amenities, from St. Johns’ intimate space to the inner eastside’s colorful environment to beautiful, residential Beaumont. Prices range from $195 to $375 per month for membership and desk options.
Urban Flex offers a dynamic, contemporary workspace for Portland remote workers, college students, and freelance entrepreneurs. Amenities at each location include high-quality office furniture & desk spaces, soundproof video-conference phone booth, wireless printing, scanning, and copying, a kitchenette, professional meeting rooms, and high-speed internet access. Urban Flex offers memberships packages that range from Drop-Ins starting at $25 a day, to Hot Desks starting at $200 a month, to Dedicated Desks starting at $300 a month. You can select a membership plan that aligns with your budget and needs.