Working from home is the dream, right? Maybe at first — but like all good things, it can get old and a change of scenery is in order.
Coworking spaces encourage collaboration over competition as members typically come from a variety of companies, ventures + projects.
So, hop on the T and head into the city to explore one of these six companies providing office sharing opportunities.
Cambridge Innovation Center, 50 Milk St., 16th Floor + One Broadway, 14th Floor, Cambridge
CIC has multiple options, from flexible coworking desks to private offices for up to 80 people. The work spaces are furnished and include access to meeting rooms, fully stocked kitchens, virtual and in-person community events, and internet.
District Hall, 75 Northern Ave.
This event space offers meeting rooms for any size group and has a free public lounge designed for entrepreneurs, tiny startup teams, and freelancers. The lounge has free WiFi, writable walls, and flexible seating, plus access to a coffee bar to stay caffeinated.
Idea Space, 867 Boylston St.
This boutique Back Bay space offers flexible packages from occasional day passes each month and one conference room hour per month to unlimited access. Membership includes amenities like free coffee and snacks, private phone booths, and networking events.
The Food Loft, 535 Albany St., Floor 5
Get to know like-minded folks at this foodie innovation work space in the South End, with packages ranging from virtual support to private offices.
The Village Works, 202 Washington St., Brookline + 769 Centre St., Jamaica Plain
This neighborhood workspace offers flexible memberships designed for your health, happiness, and productivity. Amenities include a mailing address, access to meeting spaces, a podcast recording room, and local discounts.
Work Bar, multiple locations
With 10 locations and even more partner locations, there is a coworking space within 20 minutes no matter where you are in Boston. There are multiple options to fit your work needs from synergy suites to dedicated desks.