Baltimore is home to several coworking spaces that cater to remote and transient workers keen to make use of communal but professional work environments.
Packed with amenities designed to make your working day more efficient, productive, convenient and comfortable, coworking spaces are the perfect choice for freelancers, entrepreneurs and small start-ups seeking a professional but convivial office environment surrounded by like-minded folk. Most of these venues also offer a wide range of membership options and flexible contracts to suit your specific needs. If you’re seeking a coworking space in Baltimore, Maryland, check out our list below.
Located in the heart of downtown Baltimore, Spark features shared workspace and private offices for entrepreneurs, creators and innovators. Membership starts at $225 per month for weekday undedicated desk use, which includes access to a lounge and shared kitchen. Dedicated desk membership is $375 per month and there are day passes for $15 per day, or a pack of 10 for $120. Other on-site services and amenities include gourmet local coffee and craft beer, indoor bike storage, a fitness centre, a car garage, meeting rooms, and a mother’s room. The venue also hosts regular community events and after hours meet-ups.
8 Market Place / www.sparkcoworking.com
Situated in the trendy Hampden neighbourhood in the northern reaches of the city, but just minutes from downtown, Co-Balt is housed within a unique building that fuses the charm of an 1800s church with the elevated vibe of modern architecture. The venue offers shared and dedicated desks, private offices and flexible memberships for start-ups, small teams, non-profits, remote workers, & entrepreneurs. Coworking membership rates begin at $150 per month for hotdesking including access to on-demand meeting and conference spaces and member events. Day passes are also available. All members can also benefit from amenities including a fully-appointed café and entertainment areas with games and sofas.
1014 West 36th Street / www.cobaltworkspace.com
Regus have a sizeable presence in Baltimore with four venues dotted across the city. Their contemporary workspaces have hot desks, permanent desks, and private offices. Membership includes access to amenities and facilities such as printers, scanners and photocopiers, plus invites to networking and community events. Contracts are available on a monthly rolling basis, or you can ease your monthly payments by locking into a long-term contract. Prices vary by location, but in Baltimore start at around $225 per month for full-time access to their coworking areas. Five or ten days a month packages are also available for cheaper rates.
Venues across Baltimore / www.regus.com
Brewers Hill Hub
One of the newest additions to Baltimore’s coworking scene, Brewers Hill Hub features individual desks, cubicles, private offices and suites all available for anything from a month to a year. Membership rates start at $150 per month for three days a week access to the shared workspace, including 4 hours of meeting room reservations. Unlimited monthly hotdesking is $250 per month with no fixed lease and $237.50 for a 1-year term. The space also has all the usual co-working amenities, including high speed WiFi, shared conference facilities, a recreation room, concierge service, free coffee, a large roof deck with a view of the harbor and abundant free parking.
3700 O’Donnell Street Suite 200 / www.brewershillhub.com
A well-established industry name with coworking venues situated in cities across the world, SPACES have three fully-serviced Baltimore locations, offering everything from super-fast Wi-Fi to stylish furniture – not to mention a community of creative entrepreneurs. Contracts are fully flexible, with coworking membership starting at $255 per month at Space’s Harborplace venue, a historic waterfront landmark. Rates are all-inclusive, with utilities, cleaning and everything else all included in one simple price. Members can make use of on-demand meeting rooms of varying sizes and a busy calendar of networking events.
Venues across Baltimore / www.spacesworks.com
Working alongside Baltimore’s diverse community of leaders driving transformative change, Impact Hub promises to help you find your people, your place, and your purpose. Whether you’re an individual, a team of two, or a small start-up, when you become a member, you’re joining an inspired community dedicated to building a stronger city. Connect memberships are designed for entrepreneurs, creatives, and remote workers that need professional space to work, meet, and connect. Part-time coworking rates start at $50 per month and unlimited 24/7 access is $100 per month. There are also day passes available for $15 per day for those simply want to try-out the space, may be visiting from out of town, or want to stick around and work after an event.
10 East North Avenue / www.baltimore.impacthub.net
The Cube is Maryland’s first coworking space that not only provides coworking memberships, private offices, and virtual mailing addresses, but also focuses on helping parents and entrepreneurs. Their on-site babysitting service is designed for children 0-7 years old and allows parents to balance their family and their careers by removing their daily distractions and guilt. As well as babysitting, the venue also offers a number of business and lifestyle resources. There are ergonomic chairs, an event space, high-
end furnishings, a lounge/chill-out area, and a mother’s room. The workspace is open 24/7 and babysitting services are available midweek only.
4709 Harford Road / www.thecubecowork.com
Vision Federal Hill
Located in the quiet Baltimore neighbourhood of North Federal Hill, this coworking space is an easy walk to some of the city’s most popular areas, including the Charles Street restaurant and bar scene, Cross Street Market, M&T Bank Stadium, Camden Yards, and the Inner Harbor. There are various coworking membership options available, starting at $250 per month for 24/7 access. Day passes are priced at $25 per day. As well as an exclusive setting to work and entertain clients, the amenity rich venue offers a virtual golf simulator, multiple indoor/outdoor lounges, and a coffee café.
12 West Montgomery Street / www.visionfedhill.com
Betamore opened its doors in 2013 in a large campus in the Federal Hill neighborhood of Baltimore. It started with a common vision driven by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs to play a role in developing Baltimore into a global destination for entrepreneurship and innovation. The founders envisioned a new kind of hub; one that focused on building community through thoughtful, relevant programming, taking place in a creative, inspiring space. Today Betamore has grown into an award-winning coworking space, incubator and campus and is today home to over 120 companies, as well as a large number remote freelance workers.
101 West Dickman Street / www.betamore.com