Check Out 10 of the Best Coworking Spaces in Brooklyn – 2019 Update

PropertyShark, Coworking, BrooklynWhether you’re a freelancer, an artist, a lawyer, or an entrepreneur ready to start your own business, coworking hubs provide easy access to professional networks, easy-to-lease office spaces, or just a great community to share your morning coffee with.

Luckily, Brooklyn, NY has plenty of such work spaces – it’s all a matter of preference.

To ease that selection process, we looked at the top-rated hubs and have updated our list of 10 awesome coworking spaces in Brooklyn. Check out the 2019 list and decide which option best fits your specific needs:

Bat Haus Coworking, Bushwick

Located in the Bushwick neighborhood, Bat Haus is an oasis from the bustle of New York City, while providing a productive atmosphere for its members. In fact, it’s so focused on peace and quiet that this workspace does not accept members who need to take frequent phone calls. The open-plan workspace is open Monday through Friday between 9am and 7pm for coworking. There’s also an events program including a regular happy hour and Drink N’ Draw sessions where you get two-and-a-half hours to draw a professional model as you sup from the all-you-can-drink beer.

Brooklyn Works at 159, South Slope

The Brooklyn Works at 159 coworking space is available 24/7 to members. In this space,  you’ll find conference rooms, event space, as well as comfortable couches in the common spaces and plenty of private areas if you need to stop and take a call. There are a host of community events with free breakfast every Tuesday and lunch every Friday. Plus, there’s a monthly happy hour.

Spaces, Fort Greene

Just minutes from the Brooklyn Arts Museum and Barclay’s Center, this beautifully designed workspace sits in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn and houses the district’s creative entrepreneurs. A full coworking membership gives you global access to the other Spaces coworking centers. You can choose between a hot desk or dedicated desk and rent a meeting room at this stylish Spaces in Fort Greene.

Brooklyn Writers Space, Gowanus & Carroll Gardens

Eager to write your first novel? The Brooklyn Writers Space is a quiet communal space for writers with 24/7 access and affordable rates. It’s a calm environment offering writers a sanctuary to turn off their phones, ignore the dishes in the sink, and focus on writing the next great American novel. The workspace has served more than 1,800 writers and its co-founders and manager are playwrights and novelists.

New York Media Center, Dumbo

The New York Media Center is a 20,000 square foot collaborative workspace, media gallery, screening room, cafe, gallery, and educational space. Run in collaboration with the Made in NY business initiative, this community-focused place is designed to support and connect with the next generation of media and tech entrepreneurs, artists, and innovators.

Regus, Brooklyn Heights – MetroTech

This professional and convenient office space is located in Brooklyn’s Central Business District, nestled in a rich tech-driven and entrepreneurial community. Featuring a stylish and modern design and minutes from Manhattan, Regus, Brooklyn Heights – MetroTech is perfect if you need to work in NYC but want a more affordable office space solution.

Spaces, Dumbo

The second Spaces workspace to make the top 10, Spaces, Dumbo sits in the heart of Brooklyn’s tech community. The area has the highest concentration of technology companies in NYC, making it a haven for the city’s startups. You can choose from an office, conference room, or a shared workspace in this loft-style setting.

WeWork, Dumbo Heights

You can either rent a dedicated desk or private office at WeWork, Dumbo Heights where tech, e-commerce, and creative businesses come together in this shared workspace. You’ll find all of the usual WeWork amenities here, including free-flowing coffee, a manned front desk, printing services, a stocked kitchen, and regular events to help you network and grow your business.

Bond Collective

The Bond Collective is a carefully curated boutique space with multiple locations throughout the US. Its Brooklyn space bridges the two thriving neighborhoods of Flushing and Myrtle. Inside, you’ll be welcomed by a glass atrium as you walk up the central stairwell leading to the workspace’s expansive roof decks. Housed in exposed brickwork and with bleached wood floors, this light and airy space runs over three floors and features custom build-outs, secure bike storage, a Mothers’ room, networking events, and pet-friendly locations, to name a few of the amenities.

Camp David

This creative coworking space in Industry City, Brooklyn is a comfortable and efficient workspace for NYC’s entrepreneurs. There is a range of amenities at Camp David, including gym access, a concierge, courtyard, cafe, makerspace, content studio, and library lounges. Decked out in stylish dark wood, you can rent a hotdesk, dedicated desk, private office, or make use of the event space.

Look below to see last year’s list

10 of the Best Coworking Spaces in Brooklyn – 2018 List

Brooklyn Creative League
540 President St
Industrious - Brooklyn
594 Dean St
BrooklynWorks at 159159 20th St
The Compound Cowork
1120 Washington Ave
Work Heights
650 Franklin Ave & 1037 Dean St
The Yard - Williamsburg
33 Nassau Ave
61 Greenpoint Ave
14 Dekalb Ave
Green Desk - Downtown BK & DUMBO
147 Prince St & 155 Water St
Rough Draft NYC
402 Hooper St


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Brooklyn Creative League

Founded in 2009 and located at 540 President St., BCL was one of the first coworking spaces to open in the United States, earning its reputation as one of the best with a uniquely welcoming and tightly-knit community of over 130 professionals. It offers both full-time and part-time workspaces with reliable, high-speed internet and several other nice touches like free printing, mail and delivery services and a welcoming lounge with free coffee.

Industrious – Brooklyn

Nestled in Pacific Park at 594 Dean St., Industrious offers a charming workspace with a neighborhood feel. Boasting a unique combination of private offices and plenty of shared space to balance them out, it’s up to you to decide how much you want to mix privacy with networking. Should you want to take a break, Industrious also offers relaxation rooms, where you can take a few minutes to unwind, or you can even go out onto their beautiful rooftop terrace to get a breath of fresh air.

BrooklynWorks at 159

Founded by Vicrum Puri out of his need for a space for his business, BrooklynWorks at 159 grew up to be a perfect spot for anyone seeking a professional workspace. Designated, lockable desk space with 24/7 access, a conference room, a lounge, a reception, print/scan/fax services, and unlimited coffee and tea are just a few of the amenities offered to all members.

The Compound Cowork

Situated at 1120 Washington Ave., The Compound Cowork puts emphasis on being comfortable, creating suitable conditions for anyone wanting to loosen their ties, kick off their shoes and get some work done at the same time. High ceilings, an abundance of natural light and plant life, a wide array of desk and seating options, call areas, and even a proper break zone – all of these are provided for members of the Compound community.

Work Heights

Sometimes inspiration can come just by changing your seat and the people at Work Heights are aware of that. With this in mind, they have set up two dynamic locations just a block and a half away from one another – 650 Franklin Ave. and 1037 Dean St. They offer a variety of memberships for all budgets and needs, and all of them include high-speed WiFi, cleaning and trash collection, as well as many other quality-of-life services. All members have access to both locations for a double dynamic work environment.

The Yard – Williamsburg

Founded in 2011 at 33 Nassau Ave. by Morris Levy and Richard Beyda, two Brooklyn natives with backgrounds in entrepreneurship and real estate, The Yard’s main purpose is to promote a feeling of balance between work and play. Apart from the flexible programs and layouts, members can also opt for The Yard’s Wellness Program, which includes on-demand meditation sessions and on-site health activities, so they can refocus and find moments of balance during their day.


Located in the old Eberhard Faber Pencil Factory at 61 Greenpoint Ave., a signature building in the district, PencilWorks provide the space, community and infrastructure you’ll need to turn your work dreams into reality. Apart from the usual hub amenities like private desks, offices or conference rooms, members of the PencilWorks community can opt for a Virtual Office space, getting a local phone number, a business address and admin support to accelerate their business.


Perfectly tailored for early-stage startups, entrepreneurs and even established companies, the CoLab-Factory at 14 Dekalb Ave. offers 32 offices, a variety of collaborative workspace options, two conference rooms, a classroom, two lounges, phone booths, and a café. Their focused atmosphere allows members to achieve the best results without having to worry about all the elements that would bog them down in a traditional office lease.

Green Desk – Downtown BK & DUMBO

With offices located at both 147 Prince St. and 155 Water St. in Brooklyn, Green Desk pride themselves on providing affordable, environmentally friendly, turn-key office suites available both for month-to-month or long-term rental. Whether you’re looking for space for yourself or a whole team, their friendly staff will provide for you and do their best to cater to all your needs, so you can truly make your business blossom.

Rough Draft NYC

A unique space aimed at creatives and located at 402 Hooper St., Rough Draft is there to help you grow and evolve your craft. Membership includes up to 10 prints a day, water, coffee, tea, beer and wine, snacks, and a creative reference library. It is also one of the few coworking spaces open on weekends. Rough Draft is ideal for individuals and small groups whose work doesn’t require a ton of physical storage space or talking on the phone.

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