Top 5 Beautiful Coworking Spaces in Reno, Nevada

Nestled against the Sierra Nevada mountains, Reno shines due to its exciting casinos and outdoor recreational opportunities. Here, tourism, gaming, and logistics form the backbone of the city’s economy, creating a dynamic landscape that blends with the strong tech and renewable energy sectors. That said, the shift toward remote workspaces reflects Reno’s adaptability to emerging work trends by creating an evolving coworking landscape that blends outdoor adventure and professional growth.

Accordingly, coworking spaces in Reno are becoming hubs for collaboration and innovation. Today, we’ll reveal the best on the market based on the following factors:

  • Coworking space options and membership plans
  • Unique amenities and features in each coworking listing
  • The coworking community and surrounding neighborhood

5 Highest-Rated Coworking Spaces in Reno

1. Pacific Workplaces – Office Space Reno (5 stars)

1 E. Liberty St., Suite 600, Reno, NV 89501

Positioned at the crossroads of Reno’s downtown core and lively midtown, Pacific Workplaces provides furnished private offices with stunning views of the Sierras and Virginia Street. Located across from the Federal Courthouse, the space is surrounded by state and county offices. It’s also just a few minutes from dining spots and relaxing break areas.

Best for: Corporate professionals and executives

+ Lounge area
+ Directory listing
+ Mobile pass for multiple location access

 

Meeting Room
$40/hour
Day Office
$20/hour
Board Room
$60/hour
Virtual Office
$69/month

 

Learn more about Pacific Workplaces – Office Space Reno

2. Reno Collective (4.7 stars)

1515 Plumas St., Reno, NV 89509

Located in Midtown at the corner of Mt. Rose and Plumas streets, Reno Collective is a home away from home, featuring a cozy, home-like atmosphere with fully stocked kitchens, secure door locks and an outdoor patio. Plus, with a commitment to sustainability through e-cycle days and recycling policies; a mastermind group; a book club; and a job and gig board, it promotes growth and fosters a tight-knit community.

Best for: Independent workers, entrepreneurs and startups

+ 24/7 access
+ 24/7 security
+ Eco-friendly
+ Podcast studio
+ Job and gig board
+ Mastermind group
+ Members-only book club
+ Live Q&A / AMA sessions

 

Open Desk
$250/month
Meeting Room
Upon Request
Team Office
$800/month
Dedicated Desk
$400/month

 

Learn more about Reno Collective

3. Reno Hive (4.9 stars)

255 W. Moana Lane #201, Reno, NV 89509

Reno Hive seamlessly blends classic, corporate aesthetics with modern technology and practical amenities. To that end, the interior — featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and hardwood floors — creates a cozy ambiance enhanced with health-oriented amenities like Somadome meditation pods and massage chairs. Additionally, as a socially conscious workspace, Reno Hive organizes volunteer actions and donates to local entrepreneurs.

Best for: Entrepreneurs

+ 24/7 access
+ On-site parking
+ Somadome meditation pod
+ Massage chairs

 

Open Desk
$25/day
Meeting Room
$50/hour
Private Office
$550/month

 

Learn more about Reno Hive

4. Regus – Downtown (4.1 stars)

200 S. Virginia St., 8th Floor, Reno, NV 89501

Situated in downtown Reno, Regus offers coworking solutions with a traditional setup and panoramic mountain views. The open layout with bright furniture and large windows creates an airy atmosphere that’s ideal for focus and productivity. Nearby restaurants and eateries also create a balanced environment for work and leisure, while the on-site sandwich service and restaurant ensure that you’re set up for the day.

Best for: Independent workers and professionals

+ Online appointments
+ Money-back guarantee
+ Business lounge
+ On-site parking
+ On-site sandwich service and restaurant

 

Private Office
$829/month
Dedicated Desk
$389/month
Day Office
$225/month
Virtual Office
$225/month
Open Workspace
$119/month

 

Learn more about Regus – Downtown

5. Regus – Kietzke Lane (3.9 stars)

5470 Kietzke Lane, Suite 300, Reno, NV 89511

Situated just outside of Reno, Regus at Kietzke Lane offers a blend of design and functionality. Bathed in natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows, the office shares mountain views with its corporate neighbors. Plus, nearby restaurants provide options for business meetings or leisurely lunches, while Anderson Regional Park allows for rejuvenating strolls.

Best for: Independent workers and professionals

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

 

Private Office
$1,189/month
Dedicated Desk
$389/month
Day Office
$225/month
Virtual Office
$195/month
Open Workspace
$119/month

 

Learn more about Regus – Kietzke Lane

Methodology 

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