Coworking has come to Hollywood in style with a range of spaces available in Los Angeles. The city has 3.7 million square feet of coworking space in 158 locations.
While the city’s entertainment industry makes it an epicenter for freelancers and creatives, it can be difficult to navigate Los Angeles’ sprawling metropolis. However, several coworking communities and hotspots are appearing in the city’s Downtown and Chinatown regions.
Whatever industry you’re in, there are plenty of options to choose from. Here are 10 of the top Los Angeles coworking spaces.
Located in the Wells Fargo Center on 355 South Grand Avenue, this prestigious building in Downtown LA offers a range of spaces. You can rent a private office, virtual office, a meeting room and be treated to spectacular views of the Hollywood Hills. There are also plenty of local amenities, restaurants, and specialty shops alongside the office, including the most significant sculpture collections in Southern California.
Regus, City National Plaza
This serviced office space is located in Downtown LA’s financial district in the distinctive City National Plaza towers, covering an entire city block. You can rent coworking space in this spot, where office spaces, virtual offices, and meeting rooms are also available for hire. There’s a fitness suite nearby and an outdoor seating area, as well as bike storage and parking available.
WeWork, Gas Company Tower
Located at 555 West 5th Street in the Bunker Hill neighborhood, this refined and creative space covers three floors. You’ll find an eclectic mix of companies where private offices, dedicated desks, and hot desks are all available to rent on a monthly basis with prices starting at $350. There’s bike storage, a jam-packed events calendar, and a valet service is also available.
Blackspaces, Culver City
Blackspaces is located in “the heart of screenland” across the street from the Arclight Cinemas and Amazon Studios at 9415 Culver Boulevard. You can pull up a seat in this space’s WorkCafe for $225/month and dedicated desks and private offices are also available. You’ll also find plenty of natural light in this second-floor space, with street views and easy access to the area’s many shops and restaurants.
Premier Workspaces, Maker City LA
On the 11th floor of 1933 South Broadway, you’ll find the Maker City LA at The Reef, a creative workspace managed by Premier Workspaces. The space is a creative hub for businesses at all stages of growth and in any industry. In addition to a sizeable event space, Premier also contains lab spaces for photography, video, and textile production trades.
Industrious, West Hollywood
This coworking space features panoramic views of the city coupled with an elegant interior that brings together conference rooms, lounge areas, phone booths, a huddle space, and a wellness room. Located between West Hollywood and Beverly Hills at 9255 W Sunset Boulevard, you’re a stone’s throw from LA’s top hotspots. However, you may be tempted to stay in-house for the Groundwork coffee, fresh fruit, and pastries served daily.
In the towering heights of 333 South Grand Avenue, you’ll find the IndieDesk coworking space. Day passes start from $20 and you can also get a week pass for $85. There’s an array of dedicated and shared desks in this conventional-looking workspace that can accommodate teams of any size. There’s also a conference room and weekly events where you can learn and network.
This highly stylized coworking space at 7080 Hollywood Boulevard has a strong community feel. It brings together business and fun with a networking concierge, dedicated resident experience associates, and a customer industry program series sitting alongside its Wine Wednesdays and endless summer happy hours. Prices start at $200/month for coworking and you can also rent a private office, meeting space, event space, or its state-of-the-art post production facilities and services
Rita House is a gorgeous Spanish Colonial style building located at 5971 West 3rd Street. Originally built in 1926 as a prop design studio and later purchased by costume designer Rita Riggs in 1967, this coworking space was painstakingly restored recently and now offers its community a unique and inspiring space. Rates start at $100/month and go up to $600/month for residents who want their own office or makers studio.
Situated at 527 West 7th Street, The Collection offers a selection of monthly shared office space options. With three restored elevators and a ground floor lobby, this bright and airy space blends vintage and modern elements to entrepreneurs in the Downtown LA region. There’s a café/bar, meeting rooms, conference spaces, phone rooms, and on-site IT support from TechMedics, one of the space’s tenants.