Nashville is home to a wide number of modern coworking spaces that provide freelancers with the chance to work productively in a communal setting.
Perhaps best known for its legendary country music heritage, Nashville today also has a burgeoning community of freelancers, entrepreneurs and other self-starters, many of whom need an office to conduct their daily work. If you’re planning to settle in Nashville for any length of time and like the idea of working among like-minded folk in a welcoming, inclusive environment with all the amenities you need at your fingertips, we’ve picked out 10 of the best coworking spaces currently located in the city.
Three One Three
With four venues across Nashville, Three One Three has rapidly become the coworking provider of choice for the city’s growing cohort of workers looking for a sociable work space solution. Each venue is thoughtfully designed to foster collaboration, with a choice of shared work spaces, dedicated standing desks and private office suites available. Pricing starts at $171 for communal desk access and rise $225 for a dedicated desk, and $425 for a private office, all based on a 12-month contract. Members gain access to a range of on-site services and amenities including free conference room bookings, fast WiFi, well-stocked kitchens, free printing, on-site food trucks, free parking and gas fill ups.
Venues across Nashville / www.threeonethree.co
Situated in Nashville’s vibrant SoBro district, InDo is spread over 11,000 square feet of coworking and office space and is home to a wide range of entrepreneurs and fast-growing companies, from tech start-ups, to musical instrument companies, to marketing agencies, and even a massage therapist and chiropractor. Coworking membership starts at $200 per month for full-time hotdesking, including 5 hours of conference room access and 3 guest passes per month. All members also gain access to private phone booths, a podcast room, printing/scanning equipment, local coffee/tea, and regular in-house events. Day passes cost $20 per day.
632 Fogg Street / www.indonashville.com
Nashville’s first coworking community designed by women, for women, Collective615 empowers women to live their best personal and professional lives. Housed within L&L Marketplace, a historic restored hosiery factory in the west of the city, the modern space features soaring ceilings, an abundance of natural light, conference and break-out rooms, private phone booths, lounge areas, an outdoor patio, a lactation room, free parking, unlimited tea/coffee, and a café. Memberships cater to women who want full access to coworking, while men are also welcome to utilise private meeting spaces. Membership starts at $140 per month for 5 days a month access, rising to $255 per month for full-time access, with all memberships including invites to educational programming and events such as workshops, keynote speakers, lunch & learns, and powerhours. There are also day passes for $30 per day.
L&L Market, 3820 Charlotte Avenue / www.collective615.com
Founded in 2011 with a vision to build a network of inviting, inspirational members-only workplaces, the Serendipity Labs Nashville Downtown location is currently a private campus on the first and second floors of the remodelled L&C Tower adjoining annex. Serendipity Labs Nashville – New Heights District will open the Spring of 2023 and is offering opportunities to create custom team, pre-built suites. The workplace will feature dedicated desks, private offices, team rooms, meeting and event space, a Lab Café, and drop-in and monthly coworking. The encrypted IT platform is Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA and FINRA compliant. All Labs feature guest reception, concierge services, secure printing, and 24/7 contactless entry. Dedicated desks start at $399 per month and there are drop-in day passes for $49. Pre-open pricing is also available.
Two venues in Nashville / www.serendipitylabs.com
Since opening in 2015, INK has gained a reputation as one of Nashville’s best coworking spaces. Located in the city’s SOBRO creative district, it draws inspiration from the West Coast tech scene with its harmonious focus on both work and play. A table tennis table, antique pool table, pop-up grocery store, and killer vinyl collection make this a place of both fun and leisure and somewhere to get your head down and work. Other notable facilities include a sky deck with downtown views, quiet hangout areas, a full catering kitchen, and a coffee roaster. Membership rates start at $350 per month for a single desk and you can also get a guaranteed parking spot add-on for an extra $115 per month.
613 Ewing Avenue / www.613ewing.com
Home to a vibrant community of freelancers, entrepreneurs, and start-ups, Eleven Willow aims to foster growth, evolution, and creativity. On-site amenities include copy/printing equipment, meeting rooms, private phone booths, a kitchen, free coffee and beer, and free parking. Members can gain on-demand access to shared workspaces and common areas by signing up to one of the space’s packages, which start at $350 per month for weekday access, including 10 conference room hours and 20 meeting room hours per month. There are also day passes priced at $25 per day.
11 Willow Street STE 11 / www.elevenwillow.com
Located in the growing corridor of Nolensville Pike, less than 10 minutes from Downtown Nashville, this coworking space has built a strong community since opening in 2018. Featuring eye-catching décor, it’s equipped with a number of amenities including an exercise area, lockers and showers, two kitchenettes, three conference rooms, printing services, and free on-site parking. There are also regular monthly member social events and business mentoring workshops. Designated desk access in an open desk area starts at $250 per month, with a 3-month minimum contract, which includes lockable drawers and four hours of conference room use per month.
413 Welshwood Drive / www.epnashville.com
Catering to professionals within the business and entertainment industries, Meet+Greet is a stimulating environment in which you and your team can come together, engage and network. The space comprises of both indoor and outdoor facilities, with a choice of personalised reserved tables, customised seating, and meeting rooms. There are also production areas, LED TVs, roller market boards, free coffee, and an on-site café, along with members-only events and celebrity round tables. Coworking membership works on an annual basis, starting at $949 per year.
Expansive 5th Avenue
Housed on the 4th floor of a seven-story building in the heart of downtown, with convenient ground floor shops and restaurants, this vibrant contemporary coworking space combines a great location with a productive and inclusive working environment. Among the amenities available to all members are a lounge and common area, two conference rooms, five private phone booths, bike storage, and a mother’s room for feeding/changing babies. Membership rates for dedicated desks start at $329 per month, with a 3-month minimum term. Day passes are also available, starting at $30 per day.
501 Union Street 5th Avenue / www.expansive.com
Billed as Nashville’s first coworking space for wellness professionals, The Atelier is home to a friendly community of Psychotherapists, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners, Life Coaches, and others. Here, clinicians can independently own and operate their private practices without all the hassle and expense of starting a traditional practice. Fully equipped and stylishly furnished space, there are a range of open spaces, dedicated office spaces and meeting rooms, with dedicated offices available for rates starting at $250 per month, which allows for 1 day per week access.
5505 Edmondson Pike UNIT 102 / www.spacebyatelier.com