6 Wonderful Coworking Spaces In Charleston With Perks & Prices

Charleston is a hub for art and tourism with an ever-growing economy. So, it’s no wonder that with the number of businesses and entrepreneurial ventures that keep popping up in this area, there’s also been a rise in shared office spaces in recent years.

Coworking spaces offer affordable workspaces where one can grow their business, which is especially important for those at the start of their entrepreneurial journey. But, seasoned businesspeople also take advantage of the many perks that these shared offices tend to offer.

Browse through six wonderful coworking spaces in Charleston and discover details about:

  • Pricing and perks
  • Features and amenities
  • Location and surroundings

6 Highest-Rated Coworking Spaces in Charleston

1. Office Evolution (4.9 stars)

460 King St., Suite 200, Charleston, SC 29403

Office Evolution is a modern facility with a combination of private offices, meeting rooms and flexible coworking spaces. And, the accommodating staff at its downtown Charleston location is at your service to help you make the most out of your workday. Additionally, the workstations are airy and bright, and if you ever want to take a short break between work sessions, there’s a nice outdoor terrace with ample seating. Of course, the complimentary parking spaces; printer; and phone booths — along with the fun, insightful community events — all contribute to Office Evolution’s growing popularity.

Best for: Entrepreneurs looking for a fully serviced workspace

+ Regular events and a strong business community
+ Outdoor seating
+ Printer and phone booth access
+ Frosted privacy glass
+ Parking access


Dedicated Office
Meeting Plan
Coworking Plan
Virtual Mail Plan
Dedicated Desk
Day Office
From $10/hour


Learn more about Office Evolution

2. LocalWorks Charleston (4.8 stars)

1859 Summerville Ave. #800, Charleston, SC 29405

LocalWorks lies in a strategic location in the vicinity of CARTA bus stops, the planned regional Bus Rapid Transit line and the planned Lowcountry Lowline Park. It offers 26 full-time seats, nine private offices, two conference rooms, three phone booths and five semi-private pods. Plus, regular cleaning services, ample free parking, superfast Wi-Fi and mailbox access are all included in the membership packages. There’s also a community kitchen available to members, along with two collaboration lounges and even a lactation space for new mothers.

Best for: Remote workers, small businesses and mompreneurs

+ Ample free parking
+ Spacious outdoor covered patio
+ Two collaboration lounges
+ Two conference rooms with A/V technology
+ Lactation space


Local Coworking
Community Coworking
Dedicated Desk
Semi-Private Pods
Private Office
From $885/month
Day Pass


Learn more about LocalWorks Charleston

3. THRIVE Coworking Charleston (5 stars)

174 Meeting St., Suite 300, Charleston, SC 29401

THRIVE Coworking provides flexible workspace solutions in a design-forward, peaceful environment. From dedicated desks to meeting rooms and from mailboxes to open seating in shared, collaborative spaces, this coworking space has it all. Notably, breakfasts, lunches and happy hours are also offered to members on a monthly basis. Likewise, snacks, fresh fruit, coffee and tea are included in membership packages. And, let’s not forget about the ongoing events that aim to inspire and socialize with like-minded entrepreneurs.

Best for: Entrepreneurs looking for a modern, all-inclusive space

+ 24/7 access
+ Monthly breakfast, lunch and happy hours
+ Free bottomless snacks, fresh fruit, coffee and tea
+ Podcasting studio
+ Ongoing roster of events and activities


Day Pass
Meeting Rooms
From $40/hour
Shared Coworking
From $179/month
Dedicated Desk
Private Office
Contact Us


Learn more about THRIVE Coworking Charleston

4. The Hub Collaborative Workspaces in North Charleston (4.4 stars)

8887 Old University Blvd., North Charleston, SC 29406

Conveniently located in the northern part of the city, The Hub Collaborative Workspaces offers 24/7 access to members; printer/scanner/copier services; conference room access; and secure, high-speed internet, among other perks and amenities. It also provides free parking; a fully stocked kitchen; and complimentary coffee, beer, tea and water on tap. Here, the coworking area is ideal for remote workers and solopreneurs who want to work in an open, collaborative environment. Otherwise, virtual office packages are great for anyone wanting a prestigious business address, while private offices are for those who need a designated, private space to tackle their daily tasks.

Best for: Beginner entrepreneurs and seasoned businesspeople

+ Standing desks
+ Free water and coffee
+ Phone booths
+ Personal lockers
+ 24/7 access


Coworking Space
Virtual Office
Private Office
Contact Us


5. VentureX Coworking Space Charleston (4.7 stars)

4900 O’Hear Ave., Suites 100 & 200, Charleston, SC 29405

VentureX’s new office space in Charleston’s Garco Mill features world-class office design and modern, fully furnished spaces. Here, the large café and lounge area offers snacks and drinks to its members and can be rented out on its own as an event space for up to 100 guests. Meanwhile, several types of membership options are available at VentureX — from private offices and dedicated desks to virtual and community membership packages. It’s also considered one of the best full-service coworking spaces in Charleston and where any business owner can fit right in.

Best for: Business owners, students and creatives

+ Large lounge with events of up to 100 guests
+ Guest day passes
+ High-speed fiber internet
+ Café and lounge area with snacks and drinks
+ Copy and print services


Private Office
From $900/month
Dedicated Desk
From $399/month
Virtual Office
From $25/month
Community Membership
From $99/month
Meeting Room
From $69/hour


6. Regus – Downtown Charleston (3.4 stars)

170 Meeting St., Suite 110, Charleston, SC 29401

Located in the historic, vibrant French Quarter near downtown Charleston, this Regus location offers everything that the coworking chain is known for. Besides the general membership packages that range from private offices to community memberships, there are also several meeting spaces for different purposes, including interview rooms, training rooms and board rooms. Some of the on-site amenities include access to break-out areas, business lounges, meeting rooms and video-conferencing services. Cameras are also installed throughout the entire property to offer maximum security to tenants and their clients.

Best for: Locals or entrepreneurs who move around a lot

+ Major transportation links
+ Business lounge and break-out areas
+ Great views
+ Fully equipped meeting rooms
+ Virtual membership plan with prestigious business address


Private Office
From $385/month
Day Office
Dedicated Desk
From $369/month
Meeting Room
From $39/hour
Virtual Office
From $155/month
Community Membership
From $99/month


Learn more about Regus – Downtown Charleston


We based our selection of the 6 best coworking spaces in Charleston 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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