12 of the Best Coworking Spaces in Houston

by Paul Joseph  |  Updated May 14, 2024

As with all of the world’s major cities, Houston’s community of remote workers is growing by the year – one that is increasingly catered to with a burgeoning coworking scene.

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Texas’s largest city, the vibrant metropolis is not only big in size, but also big when it comes to culture, character and commerce, with numerous world-class museums, restaurants, shops and entertainment venues powered in large part by the region’s famously vast oil wealth. If you’re planning to spend any length of time in Houston and would like to have access to a communal workspace during your stay, we’ve picked out 12 of the best coworking spaces currently located in the city.


Spread across two Houston locations, Worklodge provide professional workspace options for freelancers and entrepreneurs in a setting designed to inspire and engage. Their flagship location in Northwest Houston is nestled in the Vintage Park shopping centre, surrounded by dozens of restaurants and shops. Amenities include free on-site parking, professionally trained concierge, meeting & conference rooms, and printing equipment. Pricing starts from $199 per month for part-time coworking, rising to $399 for 24/7 access.

Two venues across Houston / www.worklodge.com

Ranch Office

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A Texas-inspired coworking space, Ranch Office is situated halfway between downtown and the city’s business district (also known as the Houston Energy Corridor). Self-styled as combining the comforts of home and a fast-paced working environment, the venue is packed full of services and amenities designed to facilitate a productive setting for remote workers and small businesses to thrive. Among the facilities here are conference rooms, free parking, a patio, phone rooms, printing equipment, and – last but by no means least – local beer. As for pricing, hot desks start at $250 per month with a rolling monthly contract.

1220 Blalock Road / www.ranchoffice.com


Regus have a huge presence in Houston, with a total of 31 venues dotted all over the city, each featuring dedicated business lounges that help attract business travellers requiring somewhere to host on-site meetings. They also offer a choice of open-plan spaces or shared offices, with prices varying by location. Rates start at $119 per month for a dedicated desk at their North Belt space, featuring spectacular views from its 20-storey atrium. All membership packages include access to facilities including 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 of up to 24 months.

Venues across Houston / www.regus.com

Washington Office Co.

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Located just west of Downtown Houston on historic Washington Ave on the 2nd floor of Julep Bar, this buzzing neighbourhood coworking community offers a choice of private offices or hot desk packages, with no need to commit to a long-term lease. All members gain access to free parking, fibre optics WiFi, a hospitality coffee bar, meeting rooms, phone booths, and networking events. Flexible memberships start at $195 per month for part-time access (3 days a week, 7am-11pm) or $300 for full-time access (7 days a week, 7am-11pm).

1923 Washington Avenue / www.washingtonoffice.co


Another renowned name on the global co-working scene, Spaces have four well-located Houston venues, each offering fully-serviced office environments for a community of professionals. Coworking membership rates at all four spaces start at $119 per month for 5 days a month access and rise to $269 per month for unlimited access. On-site services and amenities across the spaces include super-fast WiFi, on-demand meeting rooms, breakout areas, outdoor space, on-site parking and a busy programme of social and networking events.

Venues across Houston / www.spacesworks.com

The Work Well

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Positioned on the 3rd floor of a commercial building, The Work Well offers a boutique service that invites freelance professionals, entrepreneurs, consultants and start-ups across a range of industry sectors to enjoy the benefits of its modern, fully furnished and functionally designed workspace. More than just a place to work, the venue also plays host to a variety of activities such as Lunch & Learns, networking events, freshly brewed Katz coffee daily, brand enhancement seminars, and monthly growth celebrations. Membership rates start at $199 per month for open coworking, and there are also day passes priced at $25.

13100 Wortham Center Drive / www.theworkwell.com

Local Office

Local Office have been offering stylishly designed private offices and open coworking to the Houston community since 2017. Across their two Houston venues are variety of desk and private office solutions, including fun and functional furniture designed to help get your creative juices flowing, while a multitude of amenities including a relaxed lounge area and an open kitchen with free tea & coffee add to the experience. Full-time coworking memberships start at $249 per month and include access Monday through Friday 8am-5pm, 5 hours of meeting space per month, monthly printing allowance, and phone booths for private calls. Day passes are available for $25 per day too.

Two venues across Houston / www.localoffice.com

Workplace 1919

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One of the most recent additions to Houston’s vibrant coworking landscape, Workplace 1919 is housed in a beautifully restored historic building in the heart of the Old Sixth Ward, near the city’s downtown district. The space has been thoughtfully renovated and includes modern amenities such as high-speed fibre optic internet, a fully equipped kitchen and free coffee, and there’s also 24-hour secured access available, two conference rooms, scanner/photocopier, and ample free parking adjacent to the building. Membership prices start at $250 per month for hot desking.

1919 Decatur Street / www.workplace1919.com

The Cowork Lab

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A coworking space for freelancers, start-ups and entrepreneurs, The Cowork Lab features an impressive assortment of facilities that make communal working life a breeze. Among them are high-speed WiFi, standing desks and ergonomic chairs, printer/scanner/photocopier equipment, a modern kitchen, and free tea & coffee. The venue also runs a busy programme of community events designed to facilitate learning, growth and networking. Opening hours are restricted to midweek, with membership rates starting at $89 per month for hot desk usage.

2500 Yale Street / www.thecoworklab.com

Sesh Coworking

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Adding to the growing number of female-oriented spaces across society, Sesh Coworking is designed for the modern-day working woman, many of whom are required to juggle a career with a family life. Aimed at providing maximum flexibility for such people, the venue offers a range of membership packages, including unlimited monthly membership priced at $249 per month, social passes with 3 days a month access for $69 per month, and one-off day passes for $25 per day. Services and amenities include visitor privileges for members, super-fast WiFi, free tea & coffee, and regular events such as wellness programs, lifestyle support, work/life balance workshops, and tech/digital workshops

2808 Caroline Street / www.seshcoworking.com

Common Desk

Common’s Desk’s three Houston venues are dotted around some of the city’s most desirable districts: Downtown, East End and West Chase. Coworking rates start at $150 per month for a Common Pass, which includes a recurring, discounted package of midweek day passes for drop-in Common Desk access during work hours. Alternatively, for 24/7 access there are shared desk memberships priced at $299 per month, as well as office day passes starting at $50 per person. Facilities and services available to all members include conference rooms, an outdoor patio area and green space, bottomless craft coffee, free on-site parking and frequent community events.

Venues across Houston / www.thecommondesk.com

The Cannon

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Spread across several city locations, The Cannon’s growing network of innovation hubs each offer community-driven spaces that reflect the neighbourhoods they’re in. Freelancers along with aspiring entrepreneurs, start-up founders, mentors, business advisors, service providers, corporate innovators and investors all gather to work communally and benefit from complimentary access to events, seminars and meet-ups. Flexible month-to-month membership options start at $250 per month for 30 days monthly open desk access, including 24/7 access to meeting rooms, mail boxes and printing services, and free parking for all.

Venues across Houston / www.thecannon.com