Top 3 Coworking Spaces in Tulsa, Ok With Prices (2023)

Known for its Art Deco architecture and cultural attractions, Tulsa, Okla., has been revitalized to emphasize its rich history and vibrant arts scene. Key industries — like energy, aerospace and technology — create a diverse economic landscape that attracts workers in both the city’s traditional and coworking spaces.

In this article, we explore the top coworking spaces in Tulsa by providing in-depth information to help you find the workspace that aligns with your industry and work preferences. To do this, we analyze several factors:

  • Workspace options and their prices
  • Amenities and unique features in each coworking listing
  • The coworking community and surrounding neighborhood

3 Highest-Rated Coworking Spaces in Tulsa

1. TAG Coworking – Midtown (5 stars)

2300 E. 14th St., Suite 302, Tulsa, OK 74104

Located in an exposed brick building, TAG Coworking in Midtown is home to a vibrant community with workspaces and amenities designed to enhance your well-being and professional success. Breaking away from the conventional office setup, it fosters networking and collaboration with a year-round calendar of educational and entertaining events.

Best for: Creative and professional individuals

+ 24/7 access
+ On-site support team
+ Adjustable standing desks
+ Discounts with local partners
+ On-site parking

 

Open Desk
$20/day
Meeting Room
Upon Request
Private Office
$729/month
Dedicated Desk
$259/month

 

Learn more about TAG Coworking – Midtown

2. Brookside Collective (4.8 stars)

3741 S. Peoria Ave., Tulsa, OK 74105

Nestled in the heart of Brookside, Brookside Collective offers workspaces of different sizes and prices to accommodate varying needs. Here, the interior is designed to inspire creativity and is complemented by high-speed internet, free snacks, free parking, mail service and notary service.

At the same time, the location ensures easy access to downtown Tulsa, the Gathering Place, and top-notch dining and shopping experiences.

Best for: Independent workers and professionals

+ Meeting Owl products
+ Outdoor work area
+ On-site notary services
+ On-site parking

 

Open Desk
$150/month
Meeting Room
$25/hour

 

Learn more about Brookside Collective

3. Regus – Kennedy Building (4.3 stars)

321 S. Boston Ave., Suite 300, Tulsa, OK 74103

Nestled on the third floor of the Kennedy Building (a local landmark with a vintage design), Regus offers inspiring views of the Tulsa skyline complemented by a business lounge for confidential discussions and breakout areas for collaboration. Overall, the bright, modern workspaces; all-encompassing amenities; and attractive location ensure a convenient and productive environment.

Best for: Independent workers and professionals

+ Online appointments
+ Money-back guarantee
+ Breakout areas
+ Business lounge
+ On-site parking
Virtual Office
$225/month
Open Workspace
$119/month
Private Office
$519/month
Dedicated Desk
$209/month
Day Office
$225/month

 

Learn more about Regus – Kennedy Building

Methodology 

We based our selection of the 3 best coworking spaces in Tulsa 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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