7 Awesome Coworking Spaces in Detroit With Perks and Prices (2023)

Once an industrial powerhouse, Detroit is experiencing a revival, and its burgeoning coworking scene is part of it. To that end, the city offers a diverse range of coworking and shared office spaces that cater to a growing community of entrepreneurs, freelancers, and startups and that feature collaborative environments fostering innovation, networking, sustainability and, above all, the proud Detroit community.

Compared to U.S. coastal cities, Detroit is an attractive destination for remote workers and digital nomads looking to settle into a creative, affordable big city. That’s because converted historic buildings make for impressive modern workspaces, reflecting Detroit’s Motown fame alongside its active pursuit of the future.

This article features some of Detroit’s top coworking locations and includes important items such as:

  • Membership perks
  • Membership levels
  • Location

7 Highest-Rated Coworking Spaces in Detroit

1. Seat Detroit (5 stars)

7436 Oakland Ave., Detroit, MI 48211

The incredible coworking and shared office space at Seat Detroit fosters a supportive community and network of industry leaders. For instance, the brightly lit space and vibrant décor create an atmosphere of energy and productivity, while the private offices are perfect for quiet focus. Additionally, outstanding support staff ensure that every member’s need is met, whether on-site or through virtual services.

Best for: Entrepreneurs, small businesses, remote and hybrid workers

 

+ Prime downtown location
+ On-site notary
+ Office supplies
+ On-site and virtual community events
+ Bike rack
+ Easy access to major transportation routes

 

Meeting Room
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Private Office
$35/day
Virtual Office
$55/month

 

Learn more about Seat Detroit

2. SpaceLab (4.9 stars)

607 Shelby St. #700, Detroit, MI 48226

In a modern workspace like no other, SpaceLab Detroit inspires creativity, fosters thought-provoking discussions, and helps bloom new ideas and tech innovations. Specifically, it offers flexible memberships, offices for up to six people and conference rooms with cutting-edge technology. Otherwise, virtual services include mail-handling and a live phone receptionist.

Best for: Urban construction-focused innovators, professionals and entrepreneurs

 

+ Content creation studios
+ Business growth resources
+ Full kitchen and kitchenette
+ Complimentary coffee and tea
+ Stunning views of the Detroit River

 

Open-Desk Coworking
$20/day
Meeting Room
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Private Office
$550/month
Dedicated Desk
$350/month
Virtual Office
$70/month

 

Learn more about SpaceLab

3. Chroma (4.8 stars)

2937 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit, MI 48202

Located in Detroit’s historic Milwaukee Junction, Chroma provides exceptional services and facilities to its thriving community of creators and doers. Interestingly, its design mixes modern touches with historic architecture and features inspiring art inside and out to help stir ideas and creativity. Plus, the space boasts a supportive environment that always puts the diverse Detroit community at the forefront.

Best for: Freelancers, artists, remote teams and small businesses

 

+ 75,000 square feet
+ Outdoor patio
+ Reception service
+ Mail and package service
+ Video conferencing
+ Flexible memberships

 

Event Space
$50/hour
Open-Desk Coworking
$125/month
Meeting Room
$50/hour
Private Office
$650/month
Dedicated Desk
$275/month
Virtual Office
$50/month

 

Learn more about Chroma

4. WeWork – Clifford Street (4.8 stars)

19 Clifford St., Detroit, MI 48226

WeWork at 19 Clifford St. provides flexible office solutions for teams looking for a permanent space, as well as professionals who need an office or conference room on demand. Furthermore, on-site staff, available IT support and other stellar perks ensure that everyone is satisfied in this successful coworking community in Detroit’s bustling Merchant Row.

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

+ Business-class printers
+ Phone booths
+ Living room-style workspaces
+ Mother’s room
+ Dog-friendly
+ Fully stocked kitchen

 

Event Space
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Open-Desk Coworking
$29/day
Meeting Room
$8/hour
Private Office
Contact Us
Dedicated Desk
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Full-Floor Office
Contact Us

 

Learn more about WeWork – Clifford Street

5. Bamboo (4.7 stars)

1420 Washington Blvd. #301, Detroit, MI 48226

Nationally recognized Bamboo offers flexible membership terms to a diverse, successful group of entrepreneurial-minded people and teams in Detroit. Here, desirable perks include access to all three Bamboo locations, as well as its Canadian partner, The Accelerator, which is just across the Detroit River. Located in the heart of downtown, Bamboo provides a premier location for a thriving community of professionals.

Best for: Entrepreneurs, small businesses and teams

+ 4K video conferencing
+ Soundproof phone rooms
+ Event space
+ Bike racks
+ Mother’s/prayer room
+ Weekly events
+ Local business discounts

 

Open-Desk Coworking
$150/month
Meeting Room
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Private Office
$550/month
Dedicated Desk
$250/month
Virtual Office
$60/month

 

Learn more about Bamboo

6. Green Garage (4.7 stars)

4444 Second Ave., Detroit, MI 48201

The Green Garage is Detroit’s premier sustainable coworking space. With committed staff and a community that’s driven to see each other succeed, it puts care and connection at the top of its mission. Notably, sustainability is at its heart, and its members from a diverse list of industries share this mindset of environmental stewardship, community wellbeing and economic resilience.

Best for: Environmentally conscious small businesses, non-profits and individual professionals

+ Historic, midtown Detroit location
+ Bike storage and showers
+ Three-season room
+ Networking and industry events
+ In-office yoga
+ Full kitchen and dining area

 

Open-Desk Coworking
$75/month
Meeting Room
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Private Office
$560/month
Dedicated Desk
$224/month

 

Learn more about Green Garage

7. WeWork – Woodward Avenue (4.7 stars)

1001 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48226

WeWork’s Campus Martius location pays homage to Detroit’s music and automotive scene with vintage décor and refined industry materials. It also features the outstanding WeWork services and amenities — from exceptional front-desk service to a fully stocked kitchen. And, with the All-Access membership, coworkers can enjoy WeWork spaces around the world.

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

+ Phone booths
+ Bike storage
+ Game room
+ Professional events and programs
+ Steps from the QLine streetcar

 

Open-Desk Coworking
$29/day
Meeting Room
$8/hour
Private Office
Contact Us
Full-Floor Office
Contact Us

 

Learn more about WeWork – Woodward Avenue

Methodology 

We based our selection of the 7 best coworking spaces in Detroit 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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