City Guide / Austin

The Secret to Austin’s Thriving Business Hub: Coworking Spaces

By Landing | Nov 12, 2020
Coworking Space in Austin, Texas

There are a ton of great coworking spaces in Austin, Texas, to check out. Here are some coworking spaces that are perfect for remote workers in Austin.

The Cathedral

Not all coworking spaces are created equal, and this is especially true when it comes to The Cathedral. Located in East Austin, this 1930s church has been refurbished and redone to create a coworking space that is truly one of a kind. Due to its church structure, you’ll be able to bask in a ton of natural light thanks to large windows, with plenty of desks scattered throughout the large room without seeming too cluttered. And not to mention, they are dog-friendly, so you don’t have to leave your best furry friend at home!

Some notable amenities include free wifi, a fully stocked kitchen, free coffee, private conference rooms, phone booths for private calls, as well as a huge parking lot, so you don’t have to worry about street parking.

There’s a fresh vibe here at The Cathedral, and they even offer free member-only perks such as art exhibits, yoga, and meditation events. You won’t want to leave after your first work session here.

Monthly price: $250 for the standard membership, $350 for the premium membership, and $450 for a dedicated desk.

Location: 2403 E 16th Street.

Impact Hub Austin

At Impact Hub Austin, there’s the cozy feeling of being at home without all the distractions that come with it. Chock full of wicker furniture, plush couches, and hanging plants, the Impact Hub allows for a dedicated workspace with cozy comfort. Plus, the owners of Impact Hub put a big emphasis on community, as they really want their members to (safely!) bond and network together. They host weekly happy hours, campfire events, as well as community service projects so you can give back to the Austin community you love.

Some notable amenities include being dog-friendly, on-site car washes, free parking, access to over 100 Hub coworking spaces globally, and yoga and meditation classes.

Monthly price: $35 for Hub Community membership, $300 for general coworking, and $500 for a dedicated desk.

Locations: 5540 N Lamar Blvd. & 411 W Monroe St.


Are you looking for not only a change of scenery but a coworking place that changes things up on a regular basis? Then DeskPass is for you. Members of DeskPass are able to visit more than 175 DeskPass locations around the country, with a whopping 16 in Austin alone.

With this flexibility, you are able to do work wherever you like, depending on your mood for the day! Due to the 16 locations in Austin, you’ll be able to schedule your working space around any errands you may have, so you don’t have to travel very far to find a coworking area that works with your schedule.

Some notable amenities include nationwide access to other DeskPass locations, flexible cancelations, and unused visits that are able to roll over from month to month.

Monthly price: $49 for mini subscription, $99 for a part-time subscription, and $199 for full-time subscriptions.


Not all freelancers need a simple desk to be successful. Rather, if you work within the art and creative industry, you’ll need ample studio space. This is where Createscape comes in to help, as they are a coworking space that is specifically designed for photographers, videographers, and anyone else that needs a lot of space to be flexible and creative. What’s even better is that Createscape offers equipment rentals, which is a great option for those looking to cut costs.

Some notable amenities include 24/7 access (so you can work when the inspiration strikes!), mail service, dog-friendly, an onsite gym that is free for members, onsite food options, free local coffee, and both virtual and in-person networking events.

Monthly price: $160 for a seat, $350 for a desk, and if you are only in need of a space for a few days, Createscape offers a $25/day drop-in service.

Location: 701 Tillery Street, #12.

With all these coworking options available to you, there is something for anyone no matter the space you are looking for or the industry you are in.


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