At a time when coworking spaces are at their peak, it can be challenging to pick the right shared office that is in line with your personal needs and professional aspirations. And, because the global growth of coworking is even more prevalent in larger cities, it can be quite overwhelming to search through the myriad of available offices to find the most suitable one.

So, we compiled a list of some of the top shared office spaces in one of the most prominent New York City neighborhoods. Below, take a look at the 5 best coworking hubs in Tribeca, Manhattan.

1. Regus | Church Street

If it’s a strategic location you’re in need of, look no further than the Regus Coworking hub at 100 Church Street. Situated at the heart of the Financial District—merely a stone’s throw from 7 World Trade Center, major public transportation routes, and cafés and eateries—this shared office space is accessible from anywhere. Office rentals start at $20 per day, while virtual offices are just $3 per day. For that price, you’ll have access to a nearly furbished office space, meeting rooms and a welcoming business lounge. Those looking for flexible solutions can also opt for a monthly membership plan at an affordable price.

2. Regus | Tribeca

Located at the corner of Franklin and Hudson streets, this Regus office can be found in the hip and trendy Tribeca Business Center, which is in the vicinity of quite a few up-and-coming restaurants. Similar to its Church Street location, the Tribeca site offers the same amenities in addition to coworking-style open offices, where you can rent out both permanent and hot desks. The office has special features for disabled individuals, as well.

3. Kettle Space | Distilled NY | 211 W Broadway

Kettle Space also has high-end locations all across New York. Its Distilled NY office at 211 West Broadway offers a wide range of amenities to workers from every industry and background. Hours of operation vary between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m., with the shared office space closing its doors every weekend. Remote workers, startup businesses, entrepreneurs and solopreneurs can meet and connect with like-minded business owners and learn insightful information from the many on-site events the coworking hub hosts.

4. Spring Place | 6 St Johns Ln

Spring Place advertises itself as a creative workspace and membership club that connects work, leisure and culture for global influencers, creative entrepreneurs and industry leaders in a chic, luxurious environment. The high-end coworking hub offers three different options: community, local and resident memberships. On-site amenities include meeting rooms, social club spaces, shared workspaces, a restaurant, and a bar and lounge area, along with dedicated desks, meeting rooms, a rooftop terrace, and various monthly events and cultural programming.

5. WeWork | Park Place

Part of a global community aiming to connect creative entrepreneurs and small business owners from diverse industries, WeWork is one of the top shared office space franchises in the world. Its 11 Park Place office is stylish in design, clever in functionality and strategic in location. The lower Manhattan space features four different levels of gorgeous shared and private offices, meeting rooms and open spaces for social events. The ongoing professional and social events help build and nurture a strong team culture.

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.