Top 5 Coworking & Shared Office Spaces in Milwaukee with All Details

Nestled on the shores of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee is a city known for its brewing heritage, cultural festivals and industrial roots. Today, the city thrives in diverse sectors such as manufacturing, health care and technology, attracting professionals from various backgrounds, from health care to tech.

This article will guide you through the top coworking spaces in Milwaukee, helping you discover the ideal coworking environment that aligns with your work style and preferences. In particular, we’ll analyze:

  • Coworking space options and prices
  • The amenities and features included in each coworking space
  • Coworking culture and surrounding neighborhood

5 Highest-Rated Coworking Spaces in Milwaukee

1. Ambition Center MKE (5 stars)

530 E. Vienna Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53212

Ambition Center MKE is a Black-owned, inclusive, and socially aware coworking venue with flexible spaces for independent work, meetings, team retreats and events. Specifically, the workspaces here are tailored for growth and networking with the podcast studio providing high-quality audio recordings. Positioned on Milwaukee’s north side, Ambition Center MKE is near both lifestyle and entertainment facilities.

+ 24/7 access
+ Podcast studio
+ Free professional development sessions
+ On-site parking
+ LGBTQ+-friendly

 

Event Space
$100/hour
Meeting Room
$25/hour
Private Office
$500/month
Dedicated Desk
$300/month
Virtual Office
$49/month
Open Workspace
$100/month

 

Best for: Startups, small businesses and entrepreneurs

Learn more about Ambition Center MKE

2. WorkLofts MKE (5 stars)

2140 N. Prospect Ave. #2F, Milwaukee, WI 53202

Work Lofts MKE, branded as a “micro coworking space,” distinguishes itself by prioritizing its community and emphasizing a member-centric approach. As such, it provides workspaces bathed in natural light and communal areas with essential facilities like a beverage station, kitchen, lockers and on-site parking. The strategic location also offers proximity to Bublr Bike Station, Oriental Theater, Whole Foods and the Oak Leaf Bike Trail to enhance the overall workspace experience.

+ 24/ access
+ Lockers
+ On-site restaurants
+ On-site parking

 

Open Desk
$175/month
Meeting Room
Upon Request
Private Office
$1,300/month
Dedicated Desk
$275/month
Open Workspace
$175/month

 

Best for: Independent workers and small teams

Learn more about WorkLofts MKE

3. Spaces – North Water Street (3.9 stars)

1433 N. Water St., Suite 400, Milwaukee, WI 53202

Spaces North Water Street is strategically located by the Milwaukee River. Situated in a historic building with a modern, pastel-colored interior, members can work in versatile workspaces or relax in the business lounge or outdoor terrace. The central location also facilitates travel via car, bicycle, or public transportation, with nearby parks, restaurants and entertainment options providing a vibrant backdrop.

+ Online appointments
+ 24/7 security
+ Money-back guarantee
+ Outdoor area
+ Business lounge
+ On-site parking
+ Contracts renew automatically

 

Private Office
$599/month
Dedicated Desk
$269/month
Virtual Office
$179/month
Open Workspace
$149/month

 

Best for: Independent workers and professionals

Learn more about Spaces – North Water Street

4. HQ – Downtown Milwaukee (3.8 stars)

250 E. Wisconsin Ave., 18th Floor, Milwaukee, WI 53202

HQ Downtown Milwaukee, located on the 18th floor, offers panoramic views of downtown Milwaukee to create an inspiring workspace. Situated next to Third Ward, the space is ideal for creative teams as it’s surrounded by galleries and creative institutions. Inside, amenities include a business lounge; an on-site sandwich and coffee bar; and floor-to-ceiling windows filling the space with natural light.

+ Online appointments
+ 24/7 security
+ Money-back guarantee
+ Gym and fitness room with showers
+ Business lounge
+ On-site sandwich and coffee bar
+ On-site parking
+ Open during business hours

 

Private Office
$369/month
Dedicated Desk
$159/month
Day Office
$225/month
Virtual Office
$225/month
Open Workspace
$119/month

 

Best for: Independent workers and professionals

Learn more about HQ – Downtown Milwaukee

5. Regus – Third Ward (3.6 stars)

342 N. Water St., Suite 600, Milwaukee, WI 53202

Regus Third Ward, located in the Mayer Building, provides fully furnished offices with the option for online scheduling. Additionally, a professional reception team ensures a welcoming environment into the elegant interior with beige colors and ample light. Moreover, the culturally rich Third Ward neighborhood is renowned for its numerous art galleries, studios, and performance centers, thereby providing plenty of spots for meetings or breaks.

+ Online appointments
+ 24/7 security
+ Money-back guarantee
+ Business lounge
+ On-site parking

 

Private Office
$379/month
Dedicated Desk
$259/month
Day Office
$225/month
Virtual Office
$189/month
Open Workspace
$119/month

 

Best for: Independent workers and professionals

Learn more about Regus – Third Ward

Methodology 

We based our selection of the 5 best coworking spaces in Milwaukee 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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