The 4 Best Coworking Spaces in San Francisco
Whether you're a freelancer, work remote, or you just want somewhere outside of your office to get work done, coworking spaces are a convenient option when looking for an alternative workspace. Coworking spaces offer tons of perks, such as networking, workshops, free coffee and more, and many don't even require a membership commitment.
Here's a rundown of our favorite places to get work done in San Francisco:
With two convenient locations in the city, Workshop Cafe offers a communal workspace, private rooms, additional monitors, standing desks, group meeting rooms, breakout areas to socialize, an outdoor patio, and more. With rates starting at just $2 an hour and no membership fees or subscription needed to use, Workshop Cafe is convenient for anyone. Plus, with a menu of healthy breakfast and lunch dishes, Stumptown Coffee, beer, and wine, there's no need to leave for snack breaks and disrupt your workflow.
FiDi: 180 Montgomery Street | SoMa: 1 Market Street |
With 11 coworking spaces in San Francisco and a 12th coming soon to Salesforce Tower, WeWork is the most ubiquitous space in the city. WeWork offers an On-Demand membership that starts at $45 a month and allows users to pay-as-they-go and book a desk or conference room in any location.
Various locations | wework.com
Galvanize in SoMa offers five-floors of coworking space, conference rooms, a rooftop, workshops, and free coffee. Learning is emphasized at Galvanize and data science and web-development courses are offered.
44 Tehama Street | galvanize.com
The Vault is a collaborative workspace that emphasizes innovation, networking, and global collaboration. Amenities include espresso and cold brew coffee, weekly yoga sessions, a library, conference rooms and class rooms, event space, an outdoor patio, free printing and more. Along with their San Francisco location, The Vault also has coworking spaces in Norway, Korea, Prague and one opening soon in San Jose.
415 Jackson Street | thevault.com