Coworking is taking over NYC with an annual growth rate of 20% and a new space opening up every 7.5 days. New York is also the second most expensive city for a coworking membership, with an average monthly rate of $753.

In Manhattan, coworking is a popular option for workers looking for a spot to set up shop with flexibility. There are now 245 coworking sites in Manhattan, equaling 7.7 million square feet of space.

There are plenty of options to choose from whether you’re a solo creative or an established organization. Here are 10 of the top Manhattan coworking spaces.

Spaces 230 Park Avenue

Situated at the heart of the iconic Park Avenue and with direct access to Grand Central Terminal, Spaces 230 Park Avenue has more than 54,000 square feet of space. It is open 24/7 and you’ll find plenty of options to meet your needs. With coworking membership starting at $267/month, you can rent one of its 478 dedicated desks, a private office, or one of its two meeting rooms.

Regus 77 Water Street

Five blocks from Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange, Regus 77 Water Street puts you in the center of the city’s business and financial districts. Both permanent and hot desks are available if you decide to cowork from this location, which also provides East River views of the city. You can also rent an office space, virtual office, meeting room, or business lounge with Regus.

WeWork, 25 Broadway

Situated in the center of Lower Manhattan on 25 Broadway, WeWork’s space covers three floors with members ranging from solopreneurs to corporations with dozens of staff. Hot desks start at $400/month, a dedicated desk is $600/month, and a private office is $900/month. There’s also a battery parking garage and bike storage.

Carr WorkPlaces, 745 Fifth Avenue

With an Art Deco lobby and sweeping views of Grand Army Plaza and Central Park, Carr Workplaces is on the fifth floor of the landmark 745 Fifth Avenue building. Coworking day passes start at just $25 with hot desks and permanent desks also available.

Paragraph, Union Square

Located at 35 West 14th Street, Paragraph is a loft-like space on the top floor of the building with impressive views of the city and plenty of natural light thanks to its skylights and high windows. Within its exposed brick walls, the space is divided into two main areas, a kitchen and a writing room. Coworkers can sit at a partitioned desk and write in a quiet, focused atmosphere away from the sight lines of other writers. Day passes start from $25 with a monthly rate of $215 (with a six-month commitment).


Located at 594 Broadway, VillageOne is a SoHo-based space built to encourage creativity. Day passes and weekly passes are available during usual business hours. If you opt for a monthly pass ($220/month) or annual plan ($2,420/year) you get 24/7 access to the stylish space with designer furniture and a fully decked out 1000+ square-foot studio space for both photography and video production.

Spaces Hell’s Kitchen

Just a few steps away from the Hudson River, Spaces Hell’s Kitchen is located in one of Manhattan’s most iconic regions. This flexible workspace gives you the choice of private meeting rooms, collaborative lounges, and open offices. Situated at 787 11th Avenue, there are more than 500 dedicated desks and five meeting rooms available in this 97,000+ square-foot space.

Regus, Chrysler Building

Located at 405 Lexington Avenue, you’ll find one of Manhattan’s most iconic buildings thanks to its Art Deco style and prominent position in the city’s skyline. This coworking space is located on the 26th floor of the Chrysler Building in the center of midtown Manhattan, directly across from Grand Central Station. The interior is decorated with mahogany wood paneling and Art Deco styling to match the building.

Industrious, Hudson Square

With conference rooms, common spaces, phone rooms, and a wellness room, this coworking space offers craft coffees and other culinary delights in this light and airy environment. Located on the fourth floor of 325 Hudson Street, Industrious houses a community of innovative tech firms, media companies, educators, and designers.

Premier Workspaces, 521, 5th Avenue

Located on the corner of 43rd Street and Fifth Avenue, this 15,000+ square-foot executive 17th floor suite offers private and virtual offices on a monthly basis. Office sizes range from 88 to 240 square feet with a kitchen, reception services, and two conference rooms on the site.

Alley, 119 W 24th Street

You can work directly from the heart of Alley’s community at their NYC headquarters in Chelsea, at 119 West 24th Street. This coworking space offers a wide range of amenities, from private offices with customizable walls, to conference rooms, high-speed internet, member portal access, unlimited coffee, tea and cereal and much more. Additionally, the space also provides a handful of Verizon benefits, such as Verizon APIs, Access to Verizon’s ThingSpace platform, 5G trial access, just to name a few.

With all these available options, finding the right space for you or your business is just a few steps away.

Robert Demeter

Robert Demeter

Robert is a copywriter at CommercialCafe and brings 3+ years of experience in commercial real estate. He previously worked as a copywriter at PropertyShark, as a senior associate editor at Commercial Property Executive and Multi-Housing News, and also wrote monthly market reports at Yardi Matrix.