Top 5 Coworking Spaces in St. Louis With Perks & Prices (2023)

Known for its iconic Gateway Arch, St. Louis has a rich cultural heritage, diverse cuisine and a thriving arts scene. The city hosts major attractions like the St. Louis Zoo and the Missouri Botanical Garden, as well as several company headquarters and pharmaceutical companies. Thus, industries in St. Louis span health care, biotechnology, finance, and manufacturing with a strong presence in defense and aerospace. Accordingly, coworking spaces reflect the strong economic presence of the city by hosting many startups, tech professionals and freelancers.

Below, this article explores St. Louis’ top coworking spaces by delving into the intricacies that make each workspace stand out. Specifically, our insights will cover:

  • Coworking options, styles and membership plans
  • The unique amenities and distinctive features in each coworking space
  • Coworking community and neighborhood

5 Highest-Rated Coworking Spaces in St. Louis

1. Heydays HQ (5 stars)

3139 Olive St., St. Louis, MO 63103

Heydays HQ is a vibrant community hub with an impressive art deco interior featuring inviting coworking spaces with exposed brick walls and colorful furniture. More than a workspace, Heydays is an incubator licensed by the city to foster entrepreneurship and creativity. Conveniently located, members can easily reach local restaurants, hotels and other nearby attractions.

Best for: Entrepreneurs and creatives

+ 24/7 access
+ Six-week business scaling program
+ Studio
+ Outdoor patio
+ Modular furniture
+ Online portal with support resources
+ LGBTQ+-friendly

 

Virtual Office
$40/month
Event Space
Contact Us
Open Desk
$20/day
Board Room
Upon Request

 

Learn more about Heydays HQ

2. Spark Coworking (5 stars)

6 Cardinal Way, Suite 900, St. Louis, MO 63102

With a modern design and views of the St. Louis Cardinals games from the PwC Pennant Building, Spark Coworking creates an energetic and collaborative atmosphere. Led by an all-female team, it’s a contemporary workplace with floor-to-ceiling windows creating a welcoming environment. Meanwhile, the on-site podcast room, mother’s room, lounge areas, and regular community events contribute to the popularity and convenience of Spark Coworking.

Best for: Independent workers, professionals and businesses

+ 24/7 access
+ Podcast room
+ Mother’s room
+ Lounge area
+ On-site parking and bike storage
+ Fully wheelchair-accessible
+ LGBTQ+-friendly

 

Virtual Office
$50/month
Open-Desk Coworking
$15/day
Meeting Room
$50/hour
Private Office
$35/day
Dedicated Desk
$375/month
Office Suite
$5,500/month

 

Learn more about Spark Coworking

3. CIC – 4220 (5 stars)

4220 Duncan Ave., Suite 201, St. Louis, MO 63110

Situated in the vibrant Cortex district, CIC spans three buildings of flexible and professionally managed workspace and labs. Notably, the meticulously designed coworking space has a vibrant interior with abundant natural light. As part of a dynamic community, members here also enjoy access to many events and networking opportunities, as well as proximity to local dining and entertainment spots.

Best for: Researchers, bio/tech professionals and innovators

+ 24/7 access
+ Access to any CIC innovation campus
+ Fully equipped laboratory
+ Wellness area
+ Podcast studio
+ Game room
+ On-site showers
+ On-site parking and bike storage
+ Fully wheelchair-accessible
+ LGBTQ+-friendly

 

Open Desk
$300/month
Private Office
$550/month

 

Learn more about CIC – 4220

4. Nebula (4.7 stars)

3407 S. Jefferson Ave., St. Louis, MO 63118

Meticulously designed, Nebula is a modern coworking space decorated with large-scale art pieces from local artists. Members can also choose from various workspaces — from comfortable lounges to traditional office setups. Also situated along Cherokee Street, Nebula is just steps from local galleries, murals, and public street art, as well as bakeries, restaurants, groceries and shops.

Best for: Creative individuals, non-profits and small businesses

+ 24/7 access
+ Nebula mobile app access
+ On-site notary services
+ On-site parking and bike storage
+ Pet-friendly

 

Virtual Office
$75/month
Open Desk
$150/month
Meeting Room
Upon Request
Private Office
$400/month
Dedicated Desk
$250/month

 

Learn more about Nebula

5. Spaces – Central West End (4.6 stars)

4625 Lindell Blvd., Suites 200 & 300, St. Louis, MO 63108

Across from Forest Park, Spaces Central West End provides comfortable workspaces, lounges and breakout areas surrounded by art. Here, the district features cultural landmarks and a European vibe with Washington and St. Louis universities nearby, along with local shops and restaurants.

Best for: Entrepreneurs and professionals

+ Online appointments
+ 24/7 security
+ Money-back guarantee
+ Breakout area
+ Lounge area
+ On-site parking

 

Virtual Office
$159/month
Open Workspace
$149/month
Private Office
$569/month
Dedicated Desk
$269/month

 

Learn more about Spaces – Central West End

Methodology 

We based our selection of the 5 best coworking spaces in St. Louis 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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