The Top Co-Working Spaces In San Francisco

California is arguably the capital of coworking. With San Francisco and Silicon Valley leading the tech world, it's no surprise that the Bay Area is overflowing with high-quality coworking spaces. From the beaches of Santa Cruz to Napa Valley, the North Bay, and the East Bay, the uniqueness and attention to detail of these co-working spaces are what really sets the Bay Area apart. 

#12 Geekdom

Geekdom is building an environment that is both technically and creatively inspiring. From tech-talks to artist workshops, their space is designed to be collaborative. As part of the Rackspace San Francisco office, they can utilize great resources like strategy and technical mentorship, easy access to their executives and events, plus co-marketing opportunities. Including direct connections to industry leaders who have experience building great companies.

And if your mind desires to escape beyond just products, they have unique activities for members. From learning how to tune a bike to volunteering in the community to virtual golf sessions. Last but not least their kitchen is stocked with delicious snacks. 

#11 Makeshift Society

Makeshift Society is an organization for those who crave camaraderie to fuel their creativity. They support collaborative and community-building activities with support for freelancers and small business owners. Makeshift Society enables creative workers to explore, learn, teach and socialize outside of their usual circle.

#10 Hatch Today

Hatch Today was founded by entrepreneurs who wanted to reinvent the workspace. At their office space, you will find a world-class staff, elegant furnishings, top of the line technology, and a community that includes some of the most dynamic companies in the country. In less than two years they have grown to two locations and over 150 tenant companies housing nearly 400 individuals. They intend to continue creating places where people can work hard, build a community and feel at home.

#9 HanaHaus

HanaHaus is a cafe and community workspace that fosters a vibrant culture of technology innovation in the heart of Palo Alto. Their workspace is designed to foster collaboration, promote learning, and nurture a strong sense of community. They offer reserved open seating, lounges, and quiet rooms, plus semi-private and private meeting rooms. All work areas have a functional design (ergonomic chairs and desks) and are equipped with power plugs, free high-speed wifi, printer compatibility, lockers and design thinking material.

#8 WeWork

Six offices in San Francisco all within walking distance of each other on or near Market Street. WeWork provides you with a workspace, community, and services you need to make a life, not just a living. With so many spaces in the Financial District, you have your pick of the best one possible for your needs. 

#7 NextSpace

5 locations in the Bay Area, two in San Francisco, one in Berkeley, one in San Jose and the original location in Santa Cruz. NextSpace is a collaborative coworking community that solves two fundamental problems for their members. First, they provide access to a professional infrastructure: cool workspaces, conference rooms, and a diverse network of dedicated professionals.  

Their members represent the Silicon Valley startup scene, B2B services, digital advertising, design, architecture, and engineering to name a few. NextSpace provides the creative community that so many freelancers and independents seek as a source for inspiration, collaboration and client referrals. 

#6 The Vault

In Jackson Square - once the frontline of the Barbary Coast - amidst art galleries, boutiques, antique dealers and fine dining. The office space boasts a rich history as the original home of the Ghiradelli chocolate factory in 1851. A collaborative workspace & innovation hub founded on the principle that people work better together. State-of-the-art workspaces, resources, talent, knowledge and networks to help startups grow better and faster. 


#5 The Pad

By providing the framework and essentials every startup needs, The Pad is a coworking space in Menlo Park that simply works for you. Working with and for startups, they realized what a hassle it could be to find office space: from signing up for a long-term lease and the hidden costs and fees associated, it was not a good way to establish a startup. So the founders created Silicon Valley Pad; where you can scale up and down as needed.

The Pad is a space that thrives on the creativity and ambiance fashioned from within their own community of targeted tech startups and serial entrepreneurs. Sit side by side with web developers, cloud app enthusiasts, brand management teams, coders, and marketing developers all the while gaining insight, inspiration, and motivation to disrupt the business you're in. 


#4 The Port Workspaces

With three locations in Oakland, The Port is a unique workspace created for today's connected independent professional. As technology frees us to work anywhere, The Port is an affordable, accessible space that's intentionally about productivity, people, and professionalism. Technology can be isolating, work and home life need boundaries, and environments drive productivity. Conceived by an architect and an ex-tech entrepreneur, the Port is a fun but polished alternative to the home office and the coffee shop experience.


#3 Parisoma

A beautiful, open & sun-filled coworking space in SoMa. In the evening, they open their doors to provide classes and events to members & the public. Parisoma is filled with young entrepreneurs, freelancers and interesting people. They have an amazing community and lightning fast wifi. 

#2 Impact Hub

Impact Hub is a shared workspace & events platform for a global community of entrepreneurs, activists, artists, and professionals who believe in the power of business to accelerate social and environmental change. A global network of 50+ locations on 6 continents.

#1 1920C

A coworking collective & creativity hub in Chinatown. They offer hourly, daily, and monthly shared workspace membership, meeting room rentals, and event space. They also have an art gallery with rotating exhibits to support local artists and nonprofits. Not your typical workspace, their community is a group of change-makers and go-getters. Those looking for a better place to work and be productive, one that is beyond coworking.

1920C is a collective space that incorporates wellness, sustainability, local community, and collaboration. A place where you can meet your fellow neighbors and co-create. A hub for all types of professions to come together to work under one roof.

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