Top 9 Coworking & Shared Office Spaces in Brooklyn

Nestled within the vibrant tapestry of New York City, Brooklyn is a dynamic borough with a spectrum of office-using sectors, like technology, media, design, and healthcare. As Brooklyn’s economic heartbeat revolves around these domains, the coworking and remote work culture has flourished here, reflecting the contemporary shift in work dynamics. In this article, we will explore the multifaceted nature of Brooklyn’s coworking scene, delving into the following: 

  • The best coworking spaces in Brooklyn
  • Key features and amenities of each showcased coworking space
  • The community aspects of each coworking space

9 Highest-Rated Coworking Spaces in Brooklyn

1. The New Work Project (Rating 5/5)

97 North 10th St #2A, Brooklyn, NY 11249

Outside Building of The New Work project

The New Work Project is a prime coworking space spread across two floors – The Tenth and The Eleventh. The monochromatic colors on the Tenth, enriched with custom-made wood pieces and minimalist brass elements, give the area a calming aura. Above it, the Eleventh features offices with neutral colors and custom finishes overlooking the Manhattan skyline. With multiple desk options to choose from, a prime location, and high user reviews, The New York Project is one of the best coworking spaces in New York.

Best For: Independent workers and teams with up to 10 members

+ Newly built offices
+ Professional and comfortable environment
+ Accommodating and friendly staff
+ Gender-neutral toilets

 

Dedicated Desk
Contact Us

Open Desk
$330/month

Meeting Room
Upon request

Private Office
$2,400/month

 

Learn more about the New Work Project Brooklyn. 

2. CLASS & CO (Rating 5/5)

260 Ainslie St, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Blending industrial style with rustic comfort, CLASS & CO is the place to go to work and learn in Brooklyn. Members get access to an array of learning programs and classes, allowing them to master their skills and advance their careers. The location is also a plus, with transportation options, restaurants, and points of interest located less than a mile away from the office.

Best For:   Freelancers and professionals 

+ Learning programs and classes available
+ Free day pass  
+ Flexible and accommodating staff 
+ Stocked kitchen and snack bar

 

Open Desk
$40/day

Dedicated Desk
$350/month

Meeting Room
Upon request

Private Office
$1,000month

 

Learn more about CLASS & CO.

3. Work Heights  (Rating 5/5)

277 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205

With several high-ranking locations, Work Heights is one of the most popular coworking spots in Brooklyn. Providing 24/7 access, Work Heights KINETIC is characterized by a simple interior with plenty of natural light and greenery in every corner, creating a work-centric environment where everyone can focus and be productive.

Best For: Eco-friendly individuals and teams

+ 24/7 access
+ Back patio
+Increased workstation availability
+ Street parking
+ Made from recycled materials

 

Open Desk
$255/day

Meeting Room
Upon Request

Dedicated Desk
$455/month

 

Learn more about Work Heights.

4. Park Slope Desk  (Rating 5/5)

501 11th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Simple, quiet, and efficient — these are the three words that perfectly describe Park Slope Desk. Split into two levels, it provides members with multiple workstation options – from a private cubicle and an open desk area to a communal kitchen perfect for breaks. Every workstation is designed for members to focus without distractions, making it ideal for those who want to get things done quickly.

Best For:  Focusing without any distractions

+ Silent workspace
+ Individual user desks
+ Work, writing, and study workspace available
+ Gender-neutral toilets  

 

Meeting Room
Upon Request

Open Desk
$199/month

 

Learn more about Park Slope Desk Brooklyn.

5. Industrious (Rating 5/5)

1002 Dean St, Suite 101, Brooklyn, NY 11238

Sofa and Chairs at Industrious Brooklyn

Industrious is a coworking space that focuses on work/life balance and the well-being of its members. Characterized by a black and white interior with a pop of color, the workspace options can fit teams of all sizes, from freelancers to startups and bigger teams. The daily breakfast and coffee offerings, weekly happy hours, and wellness rooms contribute to the well-being of members and ensure they are always in top shape for success.  

Best For: Individuals and teams of all sizes

+ 24/7 access
+ Daily breakfast and coffee
+ Weekly Happy Hour
+ On-site wellness room
+ Industrious app

 

Meeting Room
$75/hour

Virtual Office
$119/month

Open Desk
$399/month

Event Space
Contact us

Private Office
$694/month

 

Learn more about Industrious Brooklyn.

6. Kongo (Rating 5/5)

68 Jay St #503, Brooklyn, NY 11201

With a unique coworking space setup, Kongo has a cozy atmosphere, with wooden floors, couches, and scribble boards all around, perfect for creatives who want to present their ideas to a team or to clients. It’s located in the digital heart of New York – Dumbo, which means members will be a few steps from transit options, restaurants, and other useful amenities.   

Best For:   Professionals working in the media and creative industries

+24/7 access 
+ Great for creative work 
+ Cozy home atmosphere 
+ Friendly and welcoming community 

 

Open Desk
$470/month

Meeting Room
Upon request

 

Learn more about Kongo Brooklyn.

7. Work Heights  (Rating 5/5)

184 Underhill Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238

Work Heights PROSPECT is a coworking space where everyone can find a workstation to their taste, from private offices for focused work, to dedicated desks offering a personal touch, or communal areas ideal for dynamic collaboration. All areas prioritize comfort, functionality, and flexibility, with plenty of natural light, refreshments, and snacks to keep everyone energized throughout the day. 

Best For: Independent workers and small teams who enjoy shared workspaces

+ 24/7 access  
+ Increased workstation availability
+ Backyard patio
+ Fully stocked kitchen

 

Open Desk
$255/month

Dedicated Desk
$455/month

Meeting Room
Upon Request

 

Learn more about Work Heights Brooklyn.

8. The Brass Factory (Rating 4.9/5)

185 Wythe Ave f2, Brooklyn, NY 11249

Building View of BrassFactory  

The Brass Factory is a restored factory occupying an entire block in North Williamsburg in Brooklyn. The versatile workspace options combine neutral colors with industrial decorations and plenty of natural greenery, creating a pleasant work environment. With an extensive community working here daily, it’s a great place to work, network, and grow your business.

Best For: Freelancers and professionals who need networking, small to mid-sized teams

+ Visually appealing interior
+ Spacious workspaces
+ Daily breakfast included
+Large and friendly community
+ Receptionist and secretary services
+ Slower Wi-Fi connection when crowded

 

Open Desk
$500/month

Meeting Room
Upon request

Private Office
$950/month

Dedicated Desk
$750/month

 

Learn more about The Brass Factory Brooklyn.

9. Orchard Workspace by JLL (Rating 4.9/5)

115 Myrtle Ave, 7th & 8th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Reception Office at Orchard Workspace

Orchard is an enterprise-grade coworking space in Brooklyn with flexible workspace arrangements and abundant amenities. Split into two floors in the Metrotech building, members can choose from multiple workspace options. The property is close to Brooklyn Bridge Park and Fort Greene Park, providing a calm haven for breaks and relaxation. 

Best For: Independent workers and teams of all sizes

+ Increased workspace availability
+ Can accommodate large teams
+ Two large parks nearby
+ Networking events and opportunities

 

Open Desk
$25/day

Meeting Room
$49/hour

Private Office
$1,000/month

Team Office
$9,300/month

Virtual Office
79/month

 

Learn more about Orchard Workspace by JLL.

 

Methodology 

We based our selection of the 9 best coworking spaces in Brooklyn on Google reviews, shortlisting locations with an average rating of 4.5 stars or higher, also considering available amenities and membership prices. When booking a coworking space, always consider your own individual or business needs and budget.

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Laura Pop-Badiu

Laura Pop-Badiu is a Senior Creative Writer at CoworkingCafe and CoworkingMag, with a degree in Journalism and a background in both hospitality and real estate. Laura is a certified bookworm with a genuine passion for the written word and a keen interest in the coworking sector. Her work has been featured in major publications like Forbes, NBC News, The Business Journals, Chicago Tribune, MSN and Yahoo! Finance, among others.
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