With locations in California (Carlsbad, Sorrento Valley, Mission Valley, Irvine), Washington D.C., Phoenix, and Sweden, Hera Hub is the first international female-focused co-working space. The offices are spa-inspired with complimentary amenities such as:
Located in the mountains of South Lake Tahoe, California, this coworking space offers both shared and private office space outfitted with the necessary technology for entrepreneurs and freelancers. The space has a variety of different plans to fit different needs, from a one-day pass for $25 to full-time, private offices for over $500 per month. Richmond’s growing entrepreneurial ecosystem has given rise to these co-working spaces — offices with full amenities where solo and small-business owners work in common space among other like. Coworking spaces are ideal environments for networking with other entrepreneurs, especially for startups. Need assistance with bookkeeping, a web designer for your business website, a photographer to cover your next event, or someone to help with your social media marketing campaign? The expertise you need may just be a few desks away.
While non-members can book the meeting and conference rooms and event spaces, the co-working space is limited to members only because of the hub’s emphasis on community.
Depending on the city and the needs of members, membership ranges from $79 to $389 per month. It is an all-inclusive membership with “no nickel-and-diming” that can be flexibly renewed month-by-month.
The workspace is open publicly from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, although after-hours coworking, events, and meetings are available to members of Bronze status and above. Other benefits include:
Before committing, feel free to contact Hera Hub for a free tour or trial of the space. Membership is also dependent on a screening process to make sure that applicants are the right fit for the environment.
Alternatively, The Hivery believes deeply in inclusion of all people and therefore does not have an application or review process to join. Interested parties simply choose either the Mill Valley or San Francisco location and sign up for a membership.
There are two membership options:
The space is open from 8 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. with membership benefits like:
There is a large paid parking lot nearby and street parking in adjacent neighborhoods. If you aren’t quite ready to commit to six months of co-working creativity, you can pay slightly more for a month-by-month membership, contact The Hivery for a tour, or buy a single day ($50) or three-day pass ($99) by calling (415) 569-7760.
The Wing is a popular woman-only co-working space with current or upcoming locations in the following:
Access to these co-working spaces requires interested parties to fill out a membership application. Costs range from $215 per month or $2,350 annually for a single location; and $250 per month or $2,700 annually for all locations (perfect for any jet setters). Membership benefits are plentiful, including:
Some locations have agreements with parking lots to offer members discount parking. Additionally, there is a program called The Little Wing which offers childcare, playtime, and classes for children, so that mothers can use The Wing’s work facilities without worrying.
The Wing is open every day, including Saturday and Sunday on a slightly different schedule. Weekday hours are 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Based in Minneapolis and St. Paul, The Coven is an inclusive co-working space for women, non-binary, and transgender folks.
Today, the co-working space has over 400 members from a wide range of industries; 140 of whom are from underserved communities and have a no-cost membership through the 5-1 Community Funded Membership model.
While guest passes are available weekly, those with an eye on the longer-term can choose from three membership options:
According to the website, members enjoy “vibrant workspace, private parent and prayer room, phone booths, private showers and changing areas, conference rooms, delicious snacks, guest passes and so much more.”
The Coven is open every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., except Sunday with slightly different hours on Fridays and Saturdays. Parking is available directly across the street for $10 a day. Call (612) 259-7383 for more information.
EvolveHer’s 5,000 square foot loft is paradise for female entrepreneurs. In addition to serving as a productivity-inducing workspace for women with a shared workspace, private offices, phone booths, conference rooms, and event space, EvolveHer treats members with plush benefits such as:
Most of these benefits do not apply to day passes and bundles — available at request — which is why overall the month-to-month membership does have better value. There are three co-working membership options ranging from $99 to $289 a month, with access ranging from 2 days a month to 80 hours/month.
Alternatively, individuals or companies can buy dedicated desks, single office spaces, or full office spaces from $489 to $1,200 a month. As for parking, there is street parking or a limited number of monthly spots available to rent.
RISE emphasizes collaboration in its two workspaces. Whether in the Denver or St. Louis location, RISE describes its membership “like going to a party where everyone you meet is more interesting and inspiring than the last.”
Of course, it’s not all fun and games — RISE is first and foremost a professional environment, featuring:
People with more concrete schedules can benefit from private office rental from $900+ a month or dedicated desks for $450 a month. For those seeking community and connections, RISE offers “Drop-In” membership, including:
With locations in Seattle (Fremont, Capitol Hill, Bellevue), California, Texas (Austin, Dallas), Minneapolis, Denver, and Portland, The Riveter offers “best-in-class events and programming, flexible memberships, and collaborative workspaces” for women across the U.S. Tours and free day passes are available for each location so that prospective members can try before they buy.
The workspace pricing ranges from $199 per month for a Flex plan, which includes working from a lounge, communal table, or small workspace; $450 per month for a dedicated desk in the collaborative workspace with 24/7 access and locking storage; and private offices for two to 13 people from $1,000 per month to $7,500 per month.
The workspace is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, but members with 24/7 access can enter whenever they like. Any questions about membership can be directed to [email protected] Ccleaner for mac filehippo.
Housed in a bright, modern loft in Union Square, SheWorks Collective is an inclusive co-working space for the women of New York City.
To access the space, interested parties must “claim a seat.” The monthly cost of the seat varies depending on your membership plan:
The office is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. during the week, with various events to help cultivate community bonds among members.
While it plans to open locations across the U.S. in New York, California, Georgia, Chicago, and Seattle, Paper Dolls currently has just one location in Los Angeles. You can pay to use parts of the studio space for a day at a time, or use the co-working space and gain benefits through the membership plans.
Membership buys entrepreneurs access to discounted studio use, contacts, and networking events and is available in three tiers:
The membership you choose depends on how much you prioritize studio space versus networking or training opportunities. Each is priced differently and requires an application that needs to be approved.
Use this contact form or call (310) 873-3329 for more details on pricing.
The Jane Club has a unique selling point, as “the mother of all workspaces,” meaning that it is the first and only community and co-working space with onsite childcare and amenities designed entirely with mothers in mind.
An accepted application wins you (at an extra cost) access to the childcare services, as well as daily meditation and midday workouts based out of the Los Angeles office.
To become a “Jane,” membership costs $450 to $499 per month, which permits access to communal workspaces, private rooms, amenities, daytime programming, and events.
A “Friend of Jane” can access all of those spaces 5 days a month for $250. For “Traveling Janes,” $1,500 a year buys 20 days at The Jane. “Power Jane” costs $5,000 a month for a private, dedicated office (for teams up to six).
Childcare costs $20 an hour and guests are free for two hours. The Jane is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and events are hosted after the workspace closes until 10 p.m.
T-Werx Coworking's mission is to create an atmosphere of collaboration and growth among Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners and the Community as a whole.
We offer private offices, dedicated desks and shared work-space. We host events in the hopes to connect you with other like minded individuals, which to learn from each other and share business ideas. We also offer business workshops to help you grow and prosper. We are committed to helping you on many levels!
T-Werx Coworking also has 3 meeting rooms. Our large conference room can hold up to 40 people; which is perfect for board meeting, business conferences, classes or events.
Our Educational Program, called 'The Crucible at T-Werx', includes an Incubator Program and Business Accelerator Program.
- 1, 2 & 4 Person Office Spaces
- Open Seating
- Dedicated Desks to Call Your Own
- 2 Conference Rooms
- HUGE Meeting Room
- Free Fast Internet
- Free Coffee
- 24/7 Access*
- Networked Copy and Printer
- Educational Programs*
- Business Advisors*
- Rates starting as low as $25 a day
*special membership terms apply
Community-Werx promotes a community non-profit monthly. We serve as a catalyst to nurture and inspire philanthropic giving. We build community non-profit awareness by providing a flexible vehicle for donors with varied philanthropic interests. Our members enrich the quality of life in our community.