7 Awesome Coworking Spaces & Shared Offfices in Portland

Industries that rely on coworking spaces in Portland include technology and startups, sustainable and green industries, creative and design firms, freelancers and remote workers, healthcare and wellness professionals, and nonprofit organizations; all reflecting the city’s reputation for innovation and sustainability. 

In today’s article, we will analyze the best coworking spaces in Portland, covering the main aspects that will help you make an informed decision. This includes: 

  • Top coworking spaces and their workspace options
  • Amenities and features included in the membership plans
  • Neighborhood and community

7 Highest-Rated Coworking Spaces in Portland

1. VIDA Coworking (Rating 5/5)

401 NE 19th Ave #200, Portland, OR 97232

VIDA is a visually captivating workspace, with bright offices, wood elements, and vibrant colors nurturing a productive environment. With stand-sit desks, a podcast studio, and 24/7 access, it offers an alternative to the traditional work setup. Members also have access to childcare services, fitness classes, and family support services, ensuring that they can focus on their work and be productive at all times.  

Best For: Small businesses, teams, entrepreneurs, and remote workers

+ Online availability
+ 24/7 access  
+ Podcast studio
+ Sit-to-stand desks
+ Fitness and wellness classes
+ Drop-in childcare
+ Fully wheelchair accessible
+ LGBTQ+ friendly
+ Gender-neutral toilets
– Some public transportation

 

Meeting Room
Upon Request

Open Desk
$30/day

Dedicated Desk
$375/month

Private Office
$800/month

 

Learn more about VIDA Coworking Portland.

2. NedSpace (Rating 4.9/5)

707 SW Washington St #1100, Portland, OR 97205

Offering stunning city and mountain views, NedSpace is one of the most popular coworking spaces in Portland and is known as the birthing place of many successful startups. Its productive environment and supportive community are enriched with amenities like a podcast room, an on-site community manager, and a range of member-only events that set the stage for success.  

Best For:  Entrepreneurs and startups

+ 24/7 secure access
+ Startup support
+ Podcast room
+ On-site community manager
+ Receptionist & secretarial services
+ On-site showers
+On-site parking and bike storage
– Popular spot, availability varies

 

Dedicated Desk
$375/month

Meeting Room
Upon Request

Open Desk
$299/month

 

Learn more about NedSpace Portland.

3. Industrious  (Rating 4.9/5)

811 SW 6th Ave Suite 1000, Portland, OR 97204

Open Workspace at Industrious Portland

Industrious in Downtown Portland’s Pioneer Square offers an inviting work environment with green spaces and essential amenities. The inclusive community events, happy hours, and breakfasts are great for networking and socializing with coworkers. Other amenities like 24/7 access, wellness rooms, excellent public transportation, and on-site parking elevate the work experience and set the stage for a productive workday.

Best For:  Independent workers and teams

+ 24/7 access
+ Wellness room
+ Daily breakfast & snacks
+ Weekly Happy Hour
+ On-site parking
+ LGBTQ+ friendly
+ Gender-neutral toilets
+ Proximity to transportation options
– Higher price for premium location and amenities

 

Event Space
Contact Us

Meeting Room
$75/hour

Private Office
$671/month

Open Desk 
$299/month

Team Office
Upon Request

Virtual Office
$99/month

 

Learn more about Industrious Portland.

4. WeWork  (Rating 4.9/5)

830 NE Holladay St, Portland, OR 97232

Open Workspace at WeWork Portland

WeWork, one of the world’s largest coworking operators, cultivates tight-knit communities. The workspaces are bright, with plenty of natural light, glass offices, and modern furniture pieces with a pop of color, creating a professional but relaxing work atmosphere. Each WeWork space provides personal assistance from community managers, access to a global network of professionals, and community events.   

Best For:  Independent workers, teams, and small to medium businesses

+ 24/7 access
+ Game room
+ Access to a global network
+ Wellness room
+ Mother’s room
+ IT support
+ 24/7 security
+ On-site bike storage
+ Pet-friendly
– Popular location, availability varies

 

Dedicated Desk
$940/month

Open Desk
$29/day

Meeting Room
$8/hour

Full Floor Office
Upon Request

Private Office
Upon Request

 

Learn more about WeWork Portland.

5. openHAUS (Rating 4.7/5)

5020 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland, OR 97211

The POC, queer, and women-owned openHAUS is an inclusive coworking space where members can find a supportive community. With various seating options, including ergonomic chairs and standing desks, it prioritizes comfort and productivity. Additional benefits include a dog-friendly policy, an art and design library, a boutique photo studio, and neighborhood discounts. 

Best For: Independent workers and small teams from the creative industry

+ Photo studio
+ Art and design library
+ 24/7 access
+ Fully wheelchair accessible
+ LGBTQ+ friendly 
+ Pet-friendly
– Some public transportation

 

Meeting Room
Upon Request

Open Desk
$15/day

Dedicated Desk
$333/month

Virtual Office
$50/month

 

Learn more about openHAUS Portland.

6. CENTRL Office West End (Rating 4.7/5)

1155 SW Morrison St, Portland, OR 97205

Private Offices at CENTRL Office Portland

Located in the West End neighborhood, CENTRL Office offers fully furnished offices and flexible rental terms. Members here enjoy amenities like a lounge and kitchen for social and informal meetings, on-site office managers who help address their needs, and professional cleaning services for maximum safety. With on-site parking and the MAX Light Rail, Portland Streetcar, and local buses within walking distance, commuting is a breeze.  

Best For:  Professionals and executives

+ On-site Community Manager
+ IT support
+ 24/7 access
+ Lounge area
+ Sit-to-stand desks 
+ On-site parking
+ Fully wheelchair accessible
– No music

 

Event Space
Contact Us

Open Workspace
$95/month

Meeting Room
Upon Request

Virtual Office
$75/month

Private Office
Upon Request

 

Learn more about CENTRL Office West End Portland.

7. Regus (Rating 4.7/5)

111 SW 5th Ave Suite 3150, Portland, OR 97204

Dedicated Desk at Regus Portland

Renowned for injecting modernity into workspaces, Regus offers flexible workspaces you can rent by the hour, day, or month. Their Design Your Office service also allows you to customize your office’s furniture, colors, and details. With online appointments and an on-site support team, you can improve your efficiency and work from any Regus location through a single membership.  

Best For:  Executives

+ Customizable offices
+ Business lounge
+ Access to a global network
+ Online appointments
+ On-site support team
+ On-site parking
+ Receptionist & secretarial services
+ 24/7 security
– Open during business hours

 

Day Office
$255/month

Open Workspace
$119/month

Dedicated Desk
$269/month

Virtual Office
$215/month

Private Office
$189/month

 

Learn more about Regus Portland.

 

Methodology 

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