09.08.2019

Find your favorite co-working space in Berlin

Co-working locations along the main subway lines

With over 100 locations Berlin is Germany’s hub for shared offices. Each district provides adaptable working spaces you can use for your daily work. As the largest city of Germany it can be quite useful to find the right co-working spot regarding the kind of space you need for your work, your preferred district and of course a convenient accessibilty via public transport. That's why we have put together a list of the most popular spaces along the major Berlin subway lines.

First, you can have a look at this map provided by projektzukunft for a general overview.

Click here to enlarge infographic.

Each location is different and has its individual atmosphere, extras and costs. In some co-working spaces you have an all inclusive use of everything you find there. Some offer coffee for free and don't charge extra for using meeting rooms. Others score with art exhibitions, a chill-out area like a garden or rooftop, or in-house child care services. The price ranges from about 100 EUR/month up to about 600 EUR/month. One thing, all shared office spaces in Berlin have in common: You get to meet and to know fellow entrepreneurs, startups, freelancers, creatives and other like-minded people. It’s a great way to connect and collaborate on new ideas to improve your business or even create an entirely new one.

Popular co-working spaces in Berlin

U1

CO23

If you are looking for a small, simple and affordable co-working space, CO23 Coworking is the place for you. It is located in Berlin-Kreuzberg, close to Hallesches Tor and costs €169 a month. 

Closest stop: Hallesches Tor, U1 or U3

Stresemannstraße 23, 10963 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Satellite Offices Haus Cumberland

The Satellite Offices Haus Cumberland in Mitte are directly at the famous shopping mile of Ku’damm. Haus Cumberland is a building from the imperial era. With more than 2.000 square meters, it does not only offer a nice and quiet co-working space but also 50 exclusive offices and even a roof terrace with an incredible view. The monthly membership starts at €99.

Closest stop: Uhlandstraße, U1

Kurfürstendamm 194, 10707 Berlin

U2

CoWorking Toddler

Prenzlauer Berg is known for its family-friendly neighborhood - so where else would you expect a coworking, where you allowed to bring your children! It is located right next to U/S Bahn Schönhauser Allee and while you’re educators take care of your toddler professionally. Since CoWorking Toddler is acknowledged as a public kindergarten, this doesn’t cost extra. The prices for the coworking spaces vary. For more information, please contact the institution. 

Closest stop: Schönhauser Allee, U2

Greifenhagener Str. 48, 10437 Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg

rent24 Potsdamer Straße 182

This is one of two rent24 Coworking Spaces in Berlin. The former BVG Office in Berlin Schöneberg has been completely renovated and, with over 1.500 square meters, offers a lot of open space. A membership starts from €50 a month and you can get a private office starting from €250 a month. 

Closest stop: Bülowstraße, U2 or Kleistpark, U7

Potsdamer Straße 182/4.og, 10783 Berlin-Schöneberg

Zaunspace Coworking

This is the place, if you are looking for a quiet coworking space. It offers the perfect flair for meetings, workshops and events. Of course, it is also possible to work alone with a flex desk. Surrounded by Urania Berlin, you also have the possibility to rent rooms for events with up to 500 people. Start your work at Zaunspace for €80 a week or €250 a month! 

Closest stop: Wittenberg Platz, U2, U1, U3

An der Urania 15, 10787 Berlin-Tiergarten

U3

U4

Tuesday coworking

Tuesday Coworking has to locations in Berlin Schöneberg. One is found in Feurigstraße, one in Belgier Straße. Both offer big, open spaces. There is also enough room for privacy to hold meetings or skype conferences. Flex desks are available from €165 a month, fix desks start at €265 a month.

Closest stop: Innsbrucker Platz, U4

Feurigstraße 51, 10827 Berlin-Schöneberg

Belziger Straße 69/71, 10823 Berlin

Boho Space UG

Next to Nollendorfplatz in Berlin Schöneberg, Boho Space UGis located. It offers space for all kinds of people who need a place for their ideas and their businesses. Besides whole offices, workplaces and rooms for events and meetings, it also offers a fully equipped kitchen. There are 12 Desks in total, one desk is €250 a month. 

Closest stop: Nollendorf Platz, U1, U2, U3, U4

Bülowstraße 6, 10783 Berlin-Schöneberg

U5

Kulturschöpfer

Kulturschöpfer is located in Friedrichshain and offers space for creatives of all kinds. You can rent a desk part-time (10 - 12 fixed days per month) for €130 or full-time for €260 per month. A private office is possible for €630 per month. 

Closest stop: Frankfurter Tor, U5

Grünberger Str. 13, 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain

U6

Amapola Coworking

A small but fine space close to the riverside of the Spree, in Wedding. You can work at flex or fix desks. It offers a 24/7 service, a coffee, tea and water flat rate as well as a meeting room. With €150 for a flex desk per month it’s affordable and great for beginners. 

Closest stop: Schwartzkopffstraße, U6

Amapola Coworking, Scharnhorststraße 24, 10115 Berlin-Wedding

U7

Unicorn Village

What has been a dairy farm long time ago is now a popular coworking village. It’s the largest Unicorn workspace with 2,100m² of space spread over three floors and an outdoor area. The starting price per desk is €335 a month. It comes fully furnished, with a postal service, 24/7 access, fruits, tea, coffee water and a burglary insurance.

Closest stop:  Rathaus Neukölln, U7

Richardstrasse 85/86, 12043 Berlin-Neukölln

U8

St. Oberholz

St. Oberholz is a well-known institution in Berlin and popular amongst Berliners as well as tourists since 2005 due to it’s vibrant atmosphere in the hot spot area of Rosenthaler Platz. People who didn’t mind the noise loved to come here for a coffee and free wifi. St. Oberholz Because guests forgot about the time and that it is actually a café and not a work space, St. Oberholz created two coworkings, one at Rosenthaler and one on Zehdenicker Straße. Here you can either choose between an hourly ticket for €4, daily ticker for €15 or a membership from €99 with a few benefits like 10 per cent discount in both St. Oberholz cafes and exclusive member events.

Closest stop: Rosenthaler Platz, U8

Rosenthaler Str. 72A, 10119 Berlin

U9

Tuechtig

Berlin’s first inclusive coworking space located in the north of the city. This coworking is particular for people with disabilities. They can work for themselves or in groups. The desks are height-adjustable and the space is mostly barrier-free. A day pass starts at €15, the price per month is €200.

Closest stop: Nauener Platz, U9

Oudenarder Str. 16, 13347 Berlin-Wedding

Looking for coworking spaces in the suburbs?

Berlin is big and there might be suburbs you haven’t considered in your search for a suitable co-working space - which doesn't mean there are none! As central rents are increasing and because the districts on the outskirts are closer to the beautiful nature surrounding Berlin, more and more students, entrepreneurs or young families are moving there. If you’re looking for a co-working space away from the centre, here are a few options for you:

  •  Startup Incubator, Gründungszentrum HWR (Spandau), Rohrdamm 88, 13629 Berlin

  •  Im.Puls (Köpenick), Rudower Chaussee 17, 12489 Berlin

  • Think Space (Panketal), Alt-Buch 45-51, 13125 Berlin

  •  JSP Coworking (Mahlsdorf), Hultschiner Damm 132, 12623 Berlin

  • Coworking Zehlendorf (Zehlendorf), Martin-Buber-Straße 25, 14163 Berlin

  • CoWork Waterside (Grünau), Rießerseestraße 10, 12527 Berlin

  • Garage Berlin (Steglitz), Holsteinische Straße 39-40, 12161, Berlin-Steglitz

  • Dexter’s Art Company - Art and Work Space (Hohenschönhausen), Genslerstr.13, 13055 Berlin


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09.08.2019

Find your favorite co-working space in Berlin

Co-working locations along the main subway lines

With over 100 locations Berlin is Germany’s hub for shared offices. Each district provides adaptable working spaces you can use for your daily work. As the largest city of Germany it can be quite useful to find the right co-working spot regarding the kind of space you need for your work, your preferred district and of course a convenient accessibilty via public transport. That's why we have put together a list of the most popular spaces along the major Berlin subway lines.

First, you can have a look at this map provided by projektzukunft for a general overview.

Click here to enlarge infographic.

Each location is different and has its individual atmosphere, extras and costs. In some co-working spaces you have an all inclusive use of everything you find there. Some offer coffee for free and don't charge extra for using meeting rooms. Others score with art exhibitions, a chill-out area like a garden or rooftop, or in-house child care services. The price ranges from about 100 EUR/month up to about 600 EUR/month. One thing, all shared office spaces in Berlin have in common: You get to meet and to know fellow entrepreneurs, startups, freelancers, creatives and other like-minded people. It’s a great way to connect and collaborate on new ideas to improve your business or even create an entirely new one.

Popular co-working spaces in Berlin

U1

CO23

If you are looking for a small, simple and affordable co-working space, CO23 Coworking is the place for you. It is located in Berlin-Kreuzberg, close to Hallesches Tor and costs €169 a month. 

Closest stop: Hallesches Tor, U1 or U3

Stresemannstraße 23, 10963 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Satellite Offices Haus Cumberland

The Satellite Offices Haus Cumberland in Mitte are directly at the famous shopping mile of Ku’damm. Haus Cumberland is a building from the imperial era. With more than 2.000 square meters, it does not only offer a nice and quiet co-working space but also 50 exclusive offices and even a roof terrace with an incredible view. The monthly membership starts at €99.

Closest stop: Uhlandstraße, U1

Kurfürstendamm 194, 10707 Berlin

U2

CoWorking Toddler

Prenzlauer Berg is known for its family-friendly neighborhood - so where else would you expect a coworking, where you allowed to bring your children! It is located right next to U/S Bahn Schönhauser Allee and while you’re educators take care of your toddler professionally. Since CoWorking Toddler is acknowledged as a public kindergarten, this doesn’t cost extra. The prices for the coworking spaces vary. For more information, please contact the institution. 

Closest stop: Schönhauser Allee, U2

Greifenhagener Str. 48, 10437 Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg

rent24 Potsdamer Straße 182

This is one of two rent24 Coworking Spaces in Berlin. The former BVG Office in Berlin Schöneberg has been completely renovated and, with over 1.500 square meters, offers a lot of open space. A membership starts from €50 a month and you can get a private office starting from €250 a month. 

Closest stop: Bülowstraße, U2 or Kleistpark, U7

Potsdamer Straße 182/4.og, 10783 Berlin-Schöneberg

Zaunspace Coworking

This is the place, if you are looking for a quiet coworking space. It offers the perfect flair for meetings, workshops and events. Of course, it is also possible to work alone with a flex desk. Surrounded by Urania Berlin, you also have the possibility to rent rooms for events with up to 500 people. Start your work at Zaunspace for €80 a week or €250 a month! 

Closest stop: Wittenberg Platz, U2, U1, U3

An der Urania 15, 10787 Berlin-Tiergarten

U3

U4

Tuesday coworking

Tuesday Coworking has to locations in Berlin Schöneberg. One is found in Feurigstraße, one in Belgier Straße. Both offer big, open spaces. There is also enough room for privacy to hold meetings or skype conferences. Flex desks are available from €165 a month, fix desks start at €265 a month.

Closest stop: Innsbrucker Platz, U4

Feurigstraße 51, 10827 Berlin-Schöneberg

Belziger Straße 69/71, 10823 Berlin

Boho Space UG

Next to Nollendorfplatz in Berlin Schöneberg, Boho Space UGis located. It offers space for all kinds of people who need a place for their ideas and their businesses. Besides whole offices, workplaces and rooms for events and meetings, it also offers a fully equipped kitchen. There are 12 Desks in total, one desk is €250 a month. 

Closest stop: Nollendorf Platz, U1, U2, U3, U4

Bülowstraße 6, 10783 Berlin-Schöneberg

U5

Kulturschöpfer

Kulturschöpfer is located in Friedrichshain and offers space for creatives of all kinds. You can rent a desk part-time (10 - 12 fixed days per month) for €130 or full-time for €260 per month. A private office is possible for €630 per month. 

Closest stop: Frankfurter Tor, U5

Grünberger Str. 13, 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain

U6

Amapola Coworking

A small but fine space close to the riverside of the Spree, in Wedding. You can work at flex or fix desks. It offers a 24/7 service, a coffee, tea and water flat rate as well as a meeting room. With €150 for a flex desk per month it’s affordable and great for beginners. 

Closest stop: Schwartzkopffstraße, U6

Amapola Coworking, Scharnhorststraße 24, 10115 Berlin-Wedding

U7

Unicorn Village

What has been a dairy farm long time ago is now a popular coworking village. It’s the largest Unicorn workspace with 2,100m² of space spread over three floors and an outdoor area. The starting price per desk is €335 a month. It comes fully furnished, with a postal service, 24/7 access, fruits, tea, coffee water and a burglary insurance.

Closest stop:  Rathaus Neukölln, U7

Richardstrasse 85/86, 12043 Berlin-Neukölln

U8

St. Oberholz

St. Oberholz is a well-known institution in Berlin and popular amongst Berliners as well as tourists since 2005 due to it’s vibrant atmosphere in the hot spot area of Rosenthaler Platz. People who didn’t mind the noise loved to come here for a coffee and free wifi. St. Oberholz Because guests forgot about the time and that it is actually a café and not a work space, St. Oberholz created two coworkings, one at Rosenthaler and one on Zehdenicker Straße. Here you can either choose between an hourly ticket for €4, daily ticker for €15 or a membership from €99 with a few benefits like 10 per cent discount in both St. Oberholz cafes and exclusive member events.

Closest stop: Rosenthaler Platz, U8

Rosenthaler Str. 72A, 10119 Berlin

U9

Tuechtig

Berlin’s first inclusive coworking space located in the north of the city. This coworking is particular for people with disabilities. They can work for themselves or in groups. The desks are height-adjustable and the space is mostly barrier-free. A day pass starts at €15, the price per month is €200.

Closest stop: Nauener Platz, U9

Oudenarder Str. 16, 13347 Berlin-Wedding

Looking for coworking spaces in the suburbs?

Berlin is big and there might be suburbs you haven’t considered in your search for a suitable co-working space - which doesn't mean there are none! As central rents are increasing and because the districts on the outskirts are closer to the beautiful nature surrounding Berlin, more and more students, entrepreneurs or young families are moving there. If you’re looking for a co-working space away from the centre, here are a few options for you:

  •  Startup Incubator, Gründungszentrum HWR (Spandau), Rohrdamm 88, 13629 Berlin

  •  Im.Puls (Köpenick), Rudower Chaussee 17, 12489 Berlin

  • Think Space (Panketal), Alt-Buch 45-51, 13125 Berlin

  •  JSP Coworking (Mahlsdorf), Hultschiner Damm 132, 12623 Berlin

  • Coworking Zehlendorf (Zehlendorf), Martin-Buber-Straße 25, 14163 Berlin

  • CoWork Waterside (Grünau), Rießerseestraße 10, 12527 Berlin

  • Garage Berlin (Steglitz), Holsteinische Straße 39-40, 12161, Berlin-Steglitz

  • Dexter’s Art Company - Art and Work Space (Hohenschönhausen), Genslerstr.13, 13055 Berlin


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