The 7 Best Berlin Coworking

The 7 Best Co-Working Spots In Berlin

Berlin is one of the best start-up hubs in the world, and home to many a freelancer and creative looking for a great co-working place.

In a city where entrepreneurship is in the air, there’s many, many amazing places to knuckle down and do some work. Here’s our pick of the 7 best coworking spaces in Berlin

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1. Ahoy

This bright and airy 4,500 sqm coworking space is a great space to get work done and you can rent desks flexibly by the day for €15.

You’ll get connected to possible collaborators and investors via Tech Berlin sister companies Openers and Tech Open Air. Ahoy also has additional services like event management and legal advice.

2. Kaos Berlin

Kaos has is a vast industrial space on the banks of the River Spree that attracts those into art, product and media design.

Specially installed with workshops, studios, offices, exhibition and event spaces, it’s an ideal artsy coworking space. There’s also metal workshops, screen printing facilities and a sunny terrace for occupants.

3. Mindspace

Mindspace has outposts worldwide, with three in Berlin. Their classy design is a direct contrast to some of the edgier coworking spaces in the city, so this is ideal if you like things a little glam.

Memberships start from €50; desks from €250.

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4. Unicorn

A high-end coworking space/cafe, Unicorn is a lovely spot that has its own healthy cafe in its Mitte location (there’s several locations in Berlin).

You can enjoy special events including yoga, language exchanges and meetups. Plus, it’s pet friendly. Half day passes are available for just €10.

5. Factory

An exciting mix of freelancers, artists, designers and strategists – as well as Google for Entrepreneurs – call Factory their work office. They’ve two locations in Berlin and over 200 startups work at their spaces.

A curated events schedule of Fireside Chats, workshops and Blockchain Brunches in their delicious onsite Factory Kitchen should seal the deal.

(Yep, that is an adult-sized ball pit!)

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6. St Oberholz

This started as a coffee shop that then transformed into a flexible ‘plug and play’ workspace. You’ll get 24/7 access with full membership and lots of perks, like lots of coffee.

St Oberholz also offers €4 hourly options for digital nomads in both its locations.

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7. Betahaus

A chilled out coworking space with access to partner spaces in Barcelona, Sofia, Hamburg, and 16 other locations worldwide. Betahaus also offers unique learning programs.

They have fun events such as Tupperware Tuesday (a lunch hangout) and an evening running club. This is a great spot if you want to really get to know people.

Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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I think that in Berlin there are a lot of cool places to work, I can suggest my favourite, maybe for someone, it will be interesting: Prenzlauer Berg , Rent24 , Mindspace Krausenstraße . Wish you good luck!