10 of the best Coworking Spaces in Orlando

by Paul Joseph  |  Published December 19, 2023

Best known for being home to some of America’s most famous theme parks, including Walt Disney World, Orlando also offers a number of coworking spaces for its community of freelancers and transient workers.

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The Central Florida city has something to suit every coworking preference and need, from modern, minimalist workspaces to high-end, high-tech office environments. If you’re spending any time in Orlando and would like to find a communal setting where you can work productively and professionally, with opportunities to network and meet like-minded folk, we’ve picked out 10 of the best coworking spaces that the city currently has to offer.

Credo Conduit

Situated in the Ivanhoe District close to downtown Orlando, Credo Conduit offers flexible desk and office membership plans to people and companies from all industries and sectors. On-site amenities available to all members include free private parking, conference and meeting rooms, a photography studio, and complimentary coffee and snacks. Hotdesking rates start at $99 per month, which includes access for 3 midweek days a month, rising to $175 per month for unlimited midweek access. The space also features an art gallery where regular rotating exhibitions take place.

1001 North Orange Avenue / www.credoconduit.com

Serendipity Labs

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This downtown Orlando coworking space, located a few minutes from the scenic environs of Lake Lucerne, offers flexible solutions for both hybrid work and day use in spacious, distraction-free environments. Membership plans range from packages that include one day a month access through to unlimited access, with add-ons for weekend and after-hour access. Unlimited coworking is priced at $349 per month, although limited time offers are often available too, and there are also day passes available for $49 per day.

450 South Orange Avenue / www.serendipitylabs.com


Regus have a large presence in Orlando, with eight venues across the city. Many boast dedicated business lounges, making them popular with business travellers requiring somewhere to host on-site meetings, and there are custom Business Plan memberships for such needs. All Regus venues also offer open-plan spaces or shared offices, with prices varying by location. In Orlando, rates start at €245 per month for full-time use of their GAI Building space on the edge of the central business district. All membership packages include access to facilities including printers, scanners and photocopiers, plus invites to regular 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 up to 24 months.

Venues across Orlando / www.regus.com


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Positioned in the heart of downtown, two blocks from Lake Eola and surrounded by the dining and shopping of Thornton Park, Pipeline caters to independent professionals, start-ups, and teams from both small and large businesses. Flex space membership plans start at $199 per month, which allows access to any open desk, table or seat. Alternatively, there are dedicated desks available for $449 per month. All members benefit from 24/7 access and use of ergonomic furniture, organic coffee and speciality teas, and  conference rooms.

20 North Orange Avenue Suite 1100 / www.pipelineworkspaces.com


Another downtown venue, Industrious provides the highest standard for coworking, private offices, and on-demand meeting spaces. Open 24/7, members can enjoy craft coffee and daily breakfasts as part of all-inclusive amenities packages, while appreciating thoughtfully designed interiors and panoramic views across the city. Other on-site amenities and services include phone booths, unlimited colour printing, conference rooms, a wellness room, complimentary snacks, weekly happy hours, and invites to frequent community events. Membership for use of the open workspace starts at $399 per month.

300 South Orange Avenue / www.industriousoffice.com

Venture X

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Venture X offer stylish workspace solutions with flexible terms, each independently owned and operated but internationally connected. Their downtown Orlando space offers a choice of dedicated desks and private offices, with everything required to be productive and efficient at work – as well as a lounge area where you can take a break, kick back and recharge. The venue is open midweek from 9am to 5pm and closed on weekends. Dedicated desk membership rates start at $259 per month and includes an ergonomic chair and lockable filing cabinet, conference room access, invitations to exclusive member-only events, and unlimited use of a fully-stocked café with a gourmet coffee and tea bar.

100 East Pine Street #110 / www.venturex.com

Boomerang Office

Housed in some of Orlando’s last remaining free-standing historic buildings in downtown Orlando, and surrounded by a wide choice of shops, restaurants and businesses, Boomerang offer shared office spaces that come fully furnished and ready for you to move in. They have a choice of three membership plans: A shared space plan with hot desks, private offices for one to four people, and meeting spaces for up to 15 people. All of these plans include speedy wi-fi and complimentary coffee. Open desk coworking starts at $39 per day. m

350 East Pine Street / www.boomerangoffice.com

Your Office

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From the 15th floor of the Plaza’s north tower in downtown, this state-of-the-art coworking space and business office affords inspiring views of Orlando and nearby Lake Eola. Just blocks from City Hall, Amway Center and Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center, the venue provides easy access to the best that the city has to offer. Amenities include executive office furniture, a client lounge with beverage services, and dedicated meeting rooms. Hotdesking rates start at $175 per month for flex desk membership, which allows for up to two days a week access.

Two venues in Orlando / www.youroffice.com

GuideWell Innovation Center

Located in Orlando’s Lake Nona Medical City, the GuideWell Innovation Center was founded in 2016 with the mission to serve innovators and entrepreneurs dedicated to solving urgent challenges in health and wellness.  Home to a diverse community of healthcare startups and scale-ups, including over 250 coworkers, they offer memberships spanning from a single desk through to dedicated spaces with flexible growth options. They also help members develop their professional careers by providing access to experienced mentors, investors and prospective customers within the healthcare industry. Hot-desking rates start at $129 for Drop-in Desk membership, which includes 7 days a month weekday access from 9am-5pm, rising to $227 per month for unlimited midweek access.

6555 Sanger Road / www.guidewellinnovation.com


Set within the elegant red-brick Angebilt Building, Orlando’s tallest building that was once home to an ultra-luxury hotel, Expansive’s coworking space combines a prime location with all the facilities you need to work productively. Among the on-site amenities are a shared community lounge with kitchen, bike storage, a mothers’ room, a restaurant, and phone booths. Hot desking membership starts at $149 per month for daily access between 6am and 12am with a three-month minimum term, or for more flexibility there are All-Day Lounge Passes which allow midweek access between 9am and 5pm, priced at $30 per day. The venue also hots regular social and networking events for members.

37 North Orange Avenue / www.expansive.com