Top 3 Coworking Spaces in Chapel Hill, NC

Chapel Hill, NC, boasts a diverse economy fueled by health care, education and technology. Home to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and part of the Research Triangle formed by three universities in the area, it attracts top talent from across the country. Accordingly, its coworking community flourishes in this environment, and Chapel Hill’s natural charm helps make it an attractive place for remote workers. With its highly educated workforce, high quality of life, and supportive infrastructure for the modern professional, Chapel Hill is an ideal place for those who embrace remote work culture — from hybrid professionals to digital nomads.

This article details a few of the best coworking spaces in Chapel Hill, noting features such as:

  • Location
  • Building amenities
  • Membership perks

3 Highest-Rated Coworking Spaces in Chapel Hill

1. Industrious at Chapel Hill (5 stars)

101 Glen Lennox Drive #300, Chapel Hill, NC 27517

Located in the beautiful and new Gwendolyn building, this coworking space features all of the perks of a Class A building, as well as the outstanding amenities for which Industrious is already known. These modern offices and shared working spaces are spacious, bright and high-tech. Plus, getting there is easy with several highways nearby.

Best for: Small and medium-sized teams; and remote and hybrid workers

+ Phone booths
+ Mail and package services
+ On-site bus stop
+ Fitness center
+ Outdoor work area
+ Daily breakfast


Open-Desk Coworking
Meeting Room
Private Office
Virtual Office


Learn more about Industrious at Chapel Hill

2. Building 1 (5 stars)

1506 E. Franklin St. #300, Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Building 1’s central location in Chapel Hill puts it in the heart of commerce and entertainment with hotels, cafés and fine dining all within a short distance from its doors. Inside, the space is professional and comfortable, which is perfect for getting work done, meeting with clients, and socializing with like-minded business owners and the coworking community.

Best for: Small businesses and teams; and remote and hybrid professionals

+ Two conference rooms
+ Ample parking
+ In-office phone booths
+ Abundant natural lighting


Private Office
Dedicated Desk


Learn more about Building 1

3. Regus (4.5 stars)

1340 Environ Way, Chapel Hill, NC 27517

Regus Chapel Hill boasts incredibly flexible memberships ranging from one-hour blocks to long-term leases, and its Chapel Hill location puts members in the heart of a thriving business center. These offices and coworking spaces also come fully furnished with state-of-the-art technology and the support amenities that foster success.

Best for: Remote and hybrid workers; and small businesses and teams

+ On-site support team
+ Full IT support
+ On-site storage
+ Access to Regus spaces worldwide


Private Office
Day Office
Virtual Office
Open Workspace

Learn more about Regus


We based our selection of the 3 best coworking spaces in Chapel Hill 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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Balazs Szekely

Balazs Szekely, our Senior Creative Writer has a degree in journalism and dynamic career experience spanning radio, print and online media, as well as B2B and B2C copywriting. With extensive experience at several real estate industry publications, he’s well-versed in coworking trends, remote work, lifestyle and health topics. Balazs’ work has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal, as well as on CBS, CNBC and more. He’s fascinated by photography, winter sports and nature, and, in his free time, you may find him away from home on a city break. You can drop Balazs a line via email.
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