The coworking industry has grown considerably worldwide during the last decade. And, one of the biggest growth spurts seems to have occurred in New York City, where a new coworking community opens its door every week, on average. In particular, Brooklyn office and coworking space has been raising the standard and boasting amenities you might only expect to see at some of the finest country clubs.

Whether you’re looking for unique alternatives for your one-person start-up or need an elegant spot for your team of 20 to take meetings with the movers and shakers of the financial world, there’s an option for everyone. Read on for our short list of some of the best coworking spaces in Brooklyn, from the boutique that caters to the few to the huge spaces that cater to the masses.

WeWork Williamsburg

Address: 134 N. 4th St., Brooklyn, NY 11249

If you want Williamsburg, you want to check out this Brooklyn coworking space. Located in the heart of one of the most popular neighborhoods in Brooklyn, this is a truly modern coworking space. Taking up the entire second level of a newly constructed building — and located directly above a Whole Foods — it’s modern working at its finest.

The laid-back atmosphere here attracts everyone from small businesses to large corporations, many of which are in the technology sector. There are also endless dining, fitness, and entertainment options along Bedford Avenue, and the coworking space itself can be accessed via many public transportation options, including the L, G, J, M and Z subway lines.

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The Yard Coworking Space in Gowanus

Address: 157 13th St., Brooklyn, NY 11215

Situated in Gowanus, one of the fastest-growing Brooklyn neighborhoods, The Yard coworking hub can serve as a fantastic base to grow your business. Boasting a convenient location, it lies just 15 minutes from downtown Brooklyn; 23 minutes from Manhattan’s Financial District; and less than a 15-minute ride from convenient destinations like Park Slope, Prospect Park and Barclays Center.

Building amenities include sun-drenched office spaces, a well-stocked kitchen, a lovely courtyard and a conference room on each floor. Members can choose between hybrid access, day passes and multi-day passes, as well as rent out meeting rooms. They can also benefit from diverse partnership options, which include enterprise memberships, landlord partnerships, broker referral programs and art programs. 

Regus Brooklyn Heights – MetroTech

Address: 1 Pierrepont Plaza, 12th floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Say hello to the talent-rich Triangle of Innovation, a notably fertile economic environment, where businesses have been known to see rapid growth and success. The versatile One Pierrepont Plaza Center in Brooklyn Heights offers a selection of engaging and active workspaces. Expect the typical amenities — such as free coffee and tea; business-grade Wi-Fi; and use of a business address — then add on extras, like free usage of community meeting rooms and unlimited access to global business lounges, to see what makes this spot unique.

Located in an ever-changing landscape that’s consistently ahead of the loop, there’s no better place to reach your full potential. With stunning views of Brooklyn’s skyline and fully furnished individual and shared office spaces, there’s no shortage of amenities at this top location. Then, after work or during a long, mid-week lunch, members can enjoy a break along the Brooklyn Promenade, where they can choose from various highly rated waterfront restaurants.

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BKLYN Commons

Address: 495 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11225

BKLYN Commons describes itself as a collaborative innovation hub with a mission to offer small businesses and entrepreneurs access to flexible, well-equipped, collaborative spaces. This location offers 24/7 access, meeting rooms with all the technology you might need, an indoor event hall that can fit up to 250 people and an expansive outdoor patio with killer city views.

Private and virtual offices; dedicated and open desks; meeting rooms; and day passes are all available to those interested. The office space’s strategic location only adds to its appeal as it’s situated in a historic neighborhood just a stone’s throw from Manhattan, Queens and The Bronx. 

WeWork Montague St.

Address: 195 Montague St., 14th floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201

From its views of the Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty, and Empire State Building to its vinyl-listening station, it doesn’t get any more Brooklyn than this coworking community. Surrounded by Montague Street’s greenspaces and parks, this Brooklyn coworking space is nestled within a historic neighborhood. WeWork occupies four floors at the property and, because it’s within convenient proximity to several Brooklyn courthouses, the space is also home to many law firms, in addition to innovators and entrepreneurs working in various other industries.

Commuting to and from here is easy, with the 2, 3, 4, 5, N, and R lines easily accessible from neighboring Court Street and Borough Hall subway stations. Cadman Plaza is also located nearby, and a parking garage is available on the same street. Come to this location to enjoy the historic beauty and step outside to take advantage of the hip eateries, bars and entertainment options that are unique to Brooklyn Heights.

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Brooklyn Creative League

Address: 275 Park Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11205

The Brooklyn Creative League offers seasoned professionals a vibrant community, along with reserved spaces for teams large and small. Conveniently located in Clinton Hill, members can reach the coworking hub via a short walk, a bike ride, or a public transit ride from Downtown Hill, Fort Greene, Prospect Heights or Williamsburg.

Membership features include spaces to work, brainstorm and meet; mail services; fast internet; free printing; staffed reception; and access to social and professional events. You can also choose between flex desks (40-hour, 80-hour or unlimited); dedicated desks; private offices for teams of three to 13; individual or duo offices; virtual memberships; and alumni memberships.

Orchard Workspace by JLL

Address: 15 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Take the elevators up to this workspace and you’ll be greeted by the words “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.” This is a more subdued Brooklyn coworking space design, featuring classic colors and elegant suites. JLL’s Orchard Workspace is a flexible option tailored to support both individual and team members in growing their businesses. Specifically, the Workspace includes custom suites, private offices and meeting rooms, all with lightning-fast connectivity.

Located just steps from The Commons — a 3.5-acre, landscaped plaza that offers year-round community activities and events — and within a short walk of dozens of great stores, restaurants and cafes, the Orchard Workspaces is an excellent choice to consider. Add in the five major metro lines that are only a few blocks away, and it’s easy to see why this is appreciated as one of the best coworking spaces in Brooklyn.

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Work Heights

Address: 650 Franklin Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11238

The locally owned Work Heights offers different locations in some of the most sought-after areas in Brooklyn: Crown Heights, Prospect Heights, Clinton Hill and Bed Stuy. All spaces come with a minimalist, chic design with lots of natural light that will enable you to focus on what’s most important: your work.

Its membership options differ somewhat from those offered by other shared office spaces. Specifically, Work Heights boasts night and weekend memberships; part-time and flex memberships; foundation memberships; and summit memberships, along with a 10-day pass pack. The community-oriented approach, wonderful backyard, and easy access to conference rooms and phone booths are some of the other perks that Work Heights members enjoy.

100 Bogart

Address: 100 Bogart St., Brooklyn, NY 11206

The family-owned 100 Bogart can be found in the heart of Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood, less than two blocks from the Morgan Avenue L train. It offers turnkey solutions for entrepreneurs and businesses of all shapes and sizes.

Building amenities include 24/7 security and keycard access; exclusive networking events; mail and package handling; fully furnished meeting spaces; gourmet coffee and tea; NYC views from the rooftop; and access to a multi-purpose gallery space. The dedicated support team is also available to help you every step of the way — so you can focus on growing your business and leave the office-related details to them.  

Spaces Fort Greene

Address: 41 Flatbush Ave., 1st and 2nd floors, Brooklyn, NY 11217

This beautifully designed workspace is located in the heart of downtown Brooklyn, and the modern approach of the space is tailored to fulfill the needs of today’s entrepreneurs. Plus, this Brooklyn coworking space makes it easy to work and connect with like-minded innovators and refine ideas over a healthy lunch and a fresh cup of brew. Meanwhile, members are never too far from the legendarily vibrant atmosphere of Brooklyn, as the space is just minutes away from Barclay’s Center and the Brooklyn Arts Museum, as well as some of the finest shopping and dining that the borough has to offer.

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In the early days of coworking, entrepreneurs in need of highly flexible workspaces had few options available. Today, there are hundreds of coworking locations within New York, many of which are located in the very heart of Brooklyn. Check out availabilities and make your booking today!