7 Awesome Yet Affordable Coworking Spaces in Kansas City

Nestled in the heart of the Midwest, Kansas City is popular for its jazz heritage and vibrant cultural scene that creates a dynamic atmosphere and a strong economic landscape. As such, a growing number of workers diverge from the traditional work setup and turn to coworking spaces — particularly in the tech and creative sectors — that blend tradition and innovation.

Today, we’ll analyze the best coworking spaces in Kansas City by focusing on several key aspects that separate them from the rest of the market:

  • Workspace options and pricing structure
  • Unique amenities and features in the coworking listing
  • Coworking culture and neighborhood

7 Highest-Rated Coworking Spaces in Kansas City

1. Spark Coworking (4.9 stars)

1475 Walnut St., Kansas City, MO 64106

Spark is one of the most popular coworking spaces in Kansas City, blending rustic charm with modern pieces. Here, the cozy, bright atmosphere and successful community promote entrepreneurship and support for local startups. Strategically located in the vibrant Power & Light District, it offers proximity to successful businesses, dining, entertainment, and landmarks like the Sprint Center and the Crossroads Arts District.

Best for: Entrepreneurs and startups

+ 24/7 access
+ Online appointments
+ On-site parking and bike storage
+ Fully wheelchair-accessible
+ LGBTQ+-friendly

 

Open Desk
$15/day
Meeting Room
$50/hour
Private Office
$35/day
Office Suite
$2,950/month
Virtual Office
$50/month

 

Learn more about Spark Coworking

2. Industrious – Country Club Plaza (4.8 stars)

420 Nichols Road, 2nd Floor, Kansas City, MO 64112

Located on the renowned Country Club Plaza, Industrious is a modern coworking space with expansive windows for natural light; bright floors and walls; and many plants. Members can also relax in common areas or the fully stocked kitchen and enjoy inclusive amenities like 24/7 access, wellness rooms and on-site parking. It’s also just steps from the Country Club Plaza — an open-air shopping center with more than 100 stores, restaurants and entertainment options.

Best for: Solopreneurs and small to mid-sized teams

+ 24/7 access
+ On-site support team
+ Wellness room
+ On-site parking and bike storage
+ Daily breakfast and snacks
+ Weekly happy hour
+ Popular location; availability varies

 

Event Space
Contact Us
Open Desk
$299/month
Meeting Room
$75/hour
Private Office
$675/month
Virtual Office
$99/month

 

Learn more about Industrious – Country Club Plaza 

3. WeWork – Lightwell (4.8 stars)

1100 Main St., Kansas City, MO 64105

Situated in the financial district, the Lightwell building defines the Kansas City skyline, and two WeWork floors offer bright office spaces, expansive lounges and outdoor patio spaces with scenic views. Commuting is also convenient with the nearby KC Streetcar and Main Street, while the River Market and Power & Light District are ideal for informal meetings or breaks.

Best for: Independent workers, professionals and teams

+ 24/7 access
+ Outdoor area
+ On-site IT support
+ Wellness room
+ Mother’s room
+ Pet-friendly

 

Event Space
Contact Us
Open Desk
$29/day
Meeting Room
$8/hour
Private Office
Upon Request
Dedicated Desk
$298/month
Full-Floor Office
Upon Request

 

Learn more about WeWork – Lightwell

4. Plexpod – Westport (4.6 stars)

300 E. 39th St., Kansas City, MO 64111

Surrounded by 80 acres of parkland, Plexpod Westport is located in a historic junior high school building with original hardwood floors, lockers and exposed brick walls. Accordingly, members here will enjoy unique amenities like a fitness center with showers; a dance and photo studio; a basketball court; a historic theater; and rooftop access. Meanwhile, the 24/7 access, on-site parking, and versatile community events further add to the convenience and popularity of Plexpod.

Best for: Independent workers and students

+ 24/7 access
+ Herspace coworking area for women
+ Fitness center with showers
+ Dance studio
+ Photo studio
+ Basketball court
+ Rooftop
+ Historic theater
+ On-site parking and bike storage
+ Fully wheelchair-accessible
+ LGBTQ+-friendly

 

Open Desk
$25/day
Meeting Room
Upon Request
Private Office
$370/month
Dedicated Desk
$370/month
Virtual Office
$46/month

 

Learn more about Plexpod – Westport

5. iWerx (4.6 stars)

1520 Clay St., North Kansas City, MO 64116

iWerx is a business development center supporting personal and professional growth. Originally built in 1937, the renovated space maintains its architectural integrity and industrial ambiance by offering intimate workspaces filled with local art. Specifically, members here can access world-class amenities, including 24/7 access, parking, a podcast studio, on-site IT support and a 4,000-square-foot event pavilion.

Best for: Entrepreneurs and startups

+ 24/7 access
+ Podcast studio
+ Entrepreneurial training
+ On-site IT support
+ On-site parking

 

Open Desk
$190/month
Meeting Room
$35/hour
Private Office
$490/month
Dedicated Desk
Upon Request
Virtual Office
$50/month

 

Learn more about iWerx

6. WeWork – Corrigan Station (4.6 stars)

1828 Walnut St., 3rd Floor, Kansas City, MO 64108

WeWork is a modern coworking space spanning four floors in a former garment factory. With embroidery, graphics, local artwork and an outdoor terrace, it creates a thoughtful, dog-friendly workspace with all-encompassing amenities. The location also provides access to the Kansas City Streetcar and interstates 35 and 70, in addition to convenient, on-site parking and proximity to the vibrant Crossroads Art District.

Best for: Independent workers and small to mid-size teams

+ 24/7 access
+ Outdoor area
+ On-site IT support
+ Wellness room
+ On-site parking and bike storage

 

Event Space
Contact Us
Open Desk
$29/day
Meeting Room
$8/hour
Private Office
Upon Request
Dedicated Desk
$340/month
Full-Floor Office
Upon Request

 

Learn more about WeWork – Corrigan Station

7. Regus – The Cosby Building (3.8 stars)

The Cosby, 107 W. Ninth St., 2nd & 3rd Floors, Kansas City, MO 64105

Located on two floors of the historic Cosby Building, Regus accommodates various workstyles, from private office spaces to collaborative areas. The impressive, marble lobby sets the tone, and the ninth floor offers stunning city skyline views. And, with a coffee bar; outdoor terrace; and proximity to Union Station and Washington Square Park, members will have convenient access to shopping, dining and cultural venues.

Best for: Professionals and independent workers

+ replace
+ replace
+ replace
+ replace
+ replace
+ replace
+ replace
  • Online appointments
  • Money-back guarantee
  • 24/7 security
  • Business lounge
  • Breakout areas
  • On-site parking
  • On-site sandwich service and restaurant
Private Office
$389/month
Dedicated Desk
$239/month
Day Office
$225/month
Virtual Office
$195/month
Open Workspace
$119/month

 

Learn more about Regus – The Cosby Building

Methodology 

We based our selection of the 7 best coworking spaces in Kansas City 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.

CoworkingMag is your go-to digital magazine, on a mission to help remote workers find tailored solutions for their unique workspace needs. We provide freelancers and small companies with handy coworking resources, insightful advice, and up up-to-date information on a wide array of flex office spaces in cities across the U.S. and Canada.

In addition, the CoworkingMag listing service, part of the extensive Yardi network of commercial platforms, allows remote workers and teams to easily find and book workspaces from top operators – powered by one of North America’s largest coworking space directories.

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.
Back to top button