The 5 Best Co-working Spaces in London
If you’re a freelancer or an entrepreneur in London and are tired of working from home - these 5 co-working spaces offer a great place for you to work from
Writen by : Spacing | 02-11-17
Soho Works - Shoreditch
SOHO WORKS is an international network of around-the-clock workspaces from Soho House & Co, designed and equipped to support a membership of individuals and businesses in the creative industries. Soho Works Shoreditch has vintage and modern furniture, including Victorian dining tables, mid-century sideboards and chandeliers.
The compound is located in East London’s iconic Tea Building and is spread over 16,000 sq. ft. The compound offers its members an on-site all-day café and bar, support team available round-the-clock, events and workshops, worldwide access, one-to-one advice from industry experts and many other services.
TOG - The Shard
The Office Group, one of the first in the co-working space market in Britain, now has 33 branches. But If there’s one building that TOG has that speaks for itself, it’s The Shard. Stunning views across London in a building that is recognised globally. The Shard has offices, co-working space, a lounge, event space and meeting rooms that provide an experience a little better than ‘another day in the office’, kitchen & dining area and focus booths
WeWork - Southbank
WeWork now has 22 locations in the capital, but WeWork Southbank has one of the best views across the Thames. Featuring eight floors of private offices, common areas, and event spaces, along with an open-air terrace and communal garden, this pet-friendly coworking space provides a balanced environment for startups and established companies from a range of industries.
Huckletree - Shoreditch Finsbury Square
This is the perfect co-working space for anyone interested in fitness & work combination, because Huckletree Finsbury Square has a cycle-in bike ramp, basketball courts and in-house squash. If you want to take a break from work you can go up to the roof terrace that offers views of Shoreditch.
Central Working - Paddington
This is one of the coolest co-working spaces in London. The compound offers its members a 50 person auditorium, private offices, Wi-Fi and printing facilities, meeting rooms, 24hr access and security, shared workspace, breakout spaces, and free coffee and kitchen facilities. And the icing on the cake – Because they believe collaboration and networking are a big part of productivity - they’ll give you your money back if you don’t make a ‘meaningful connection’ in the first 30 days.