10 of the Best Coworking Spaces in Tulsa

by Paul Joseph  |  Published November 28, 2023

An increasing number of coworking spaces have popped up across Tulsa in recent years that provide the ideal workplace solution for today’s growing cohort of transient professionals.

(Photo: Catalyst Coworking)

Perched on the Arkansas River in Oklahoma, the city is made distinctive by its mix of art deco architecture and 20th-century buildings whose construction was fuelled by the prosperous local oil industry. Indeed, a straight line can be drawn between that very financial boom and the city’s proliferation into a hotbed of entrepreneurialism. Whether you’re a self-starter needing a long-term base, or a short-term visitor seeking a temporary work space, we’ve picked out 10 of the best coworking venues located across the city.

Catalyst Coworking

Positioned in the Gillette Historic District in Midtown Tulsa, Catalyst Coworking is a shared workspace for entrepreneurs and business professionals to connect and work. They offer flexible monthly memberships and day passes, along with a range of amenities including high-speed internet, printing services, meeting rooms, phone booth, a coffee shop, and business resources. Basic coworking membership starts at  $77 per month, which includes access to communal desk areas during work week hours. Unlimited access starts at $177 per month and includes use of the same facilities, with the addition of meeting room credits and membership at the on-site Coffee Club. Members also get automatic admission to all networking and social events.

2510 East 15th Street / www.catalystcoworkingtulsa.com

The Root Coworking

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With two Tulsa venues – one downtown and the other midtown – The Root have grown to become one of the city’s most renowned coworking providers. From their part-time Warm Desk package, to their full-time Dedicated Desk package, they have the membership to fit your individual requirements. Warm Desk plans are priced at $85 per month and include 8 day passes per month, or for unlimited hot-desking you’ll pay $195 per month. There are also one-off day passes priced at $25 and week passes at $75, both offering weekday access between 9am-5pm. All members also gain access to meeting rooms, free on-site parking, beer on tap, unlimited craft coffee, and frequent community events.

Two venues in Tulsa /  www.therootcoworking.com


Regus have several coworking venues dotted across Tulsa, with many featuring dedicated business lounges, making them popular with business travellers requiring somewhere to host on-site meetings. All Regus venues also offer open-plan spaces or shared offices, with prices varying by location. In Tulsa, rates start at $139 per month for full-time use of their South Boston Avenue venue. All membership packages include access to amenities and 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 up to 24 months.

Venues across Tulsa /  www.regus.com

Elevate Coworking

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Situated just under 12 miles south of downtown Tulsa, Elevate Coworking offer a choice of flex desks, private desks and offices, meeting and conference rooms, a podcast studio, a photography studio and a training space. Flex membership rates start at $126 per month and include access to any flex desk during business hours, as well as meeting and conference room credits, with part-time and full-time options. Non-Members can also use the space and its facilities by reservation, with day passes available for $40 per day.

8990 South Sheridan Road STE B / www.elevatecollaborations.com

The Bridge

Located about 8 miles south of downtown, The Bridge’s space has been created by a team of like-minded people who specialise in interaction design and visual communication. There are three tiers of membership, starting at $100 per month to become a Casual Citizen, which affords access to the space’s hot-desking areas from 9am to 5pm on weekdays. All members also benefit from a range of services and amenities including a kitchenette with free coffee, printing/scanning, and free on-site parking.

5272 South Lewis Avenue Suite 250www.thebridgeworx.com

The Office

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Positioned 6.5 miles southeast of downtown, The Office is a pet-friendly coworking space with a range of flexible membership packages to suit your needs. Sit-Anywhere Single Membership is priced at $75 per month and includes 24/7 access, or you can hire a dedicated desk for $225 per month, which also comes with use of a large locker and 5 hours of conference room access per month. Office essentials including high-speed WiFi and colour printing are available to all members, as are unlimited coffee and water, use of a well-equipped kitchen, and free parking. The are also regular community and networking events.

5401 South Harvard Avenue / www.theofficetulsa.com

Brookside Collective Coworking

Set near the heart of one of Tulsa’s most desirable business and residential districts, Brookside Collective is surrounded by quaint boutiques, art galleries, antique shops and trendy bars and restaurants. Access to the space is offered based on different membership levels, from basic membership that allows for daily use of desks in the common area to lockable office spaces. Desk space in the common area starts at $150 per month. On-site amenities include high-speed WiFi, complimentary snacks and beverages, two well-equipped conference rooms, and free parking.

3741 South Peoria Avenue / www.brooksidecollective.com

36 Degrees North

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Self-described as Tulsa’s basecamp for entrepreneurs, remote workers, and start-ups, 36 Degrees North provide the high-quality workspaces, resources, and community needed to grow professionally. With two locations in downtown Tulsa, their coworking membership packages offer access to beautiful workspaces and a curated list of perks, including one-on-one mentorship with industry experts. Access to their open coworking spaces starts at $149 per month for limited use and $199 for 24/7 use. All members can also utilise

Two venues across Tulsa / www.36n.co

TAG Coworking Midtown

Another operator with two Tulsa venues, TAG’s shared office spaces have been designed to break away from the typical workplace to offer settings that facilitate effortless networking in a collaborative environment. Flexible plans include access to both hot-desks and dedicated desks, all the way through to your own private room or office. Rates start at $99 per month for limited access to the spaces’ Creative Lounges. There are also weekly passes can be purchased for $75 and day passes for $20. Ergonomic chairs, adjustable standing desks, conference rooms, an on-site support team and free parking are also available.

Two venues across Tulsa / www.midtown.tagcoworking.com


(Photo: WorkHub)

A premium office space in the heart of Tulsa, WorkHub is a popular choice with anyone looking for a flexible and professional work environment. They offer 24/7 access to private offices or your own dedicated desk space. Included for all members is super-fast, WiFi, a kitchen with full coffee bar, a production room with printer/photocopier, and space to assemble presentations and proposals, conference and training rooms with high-end A/V equipment, and ample free parking. Pricing for dedicated desks starts at $295 per month.

6539 East 31st Street / www.workhubtulsa.com