The Wing, a women-focused coworking space, recently unveiled photos of their jaw-dropping Boston office opening in Spring 2019. And trust us, the images do not disappoint.
Boston also welcomed several other new shared workspaces in the past two years. From floating fireplaces to plush armchairs, the city’s latest coworking offices offer a variety of stylish amenities to help inspire Boston’s brightest minds and fast-growing startups.
But with so many different options, and new coworking spaces popping up each year, it can be difficult to decide which space meets your needs — and budget. We’ve rounded up Boston’s newest coworking destinations to help make that decision a little bit easier.
The Wing's Back Bay office includes ultra-modern furniture in muted pastel tones, mustard yellow walls (think Beyonce’s yellow dress in the “Lemonade” music video), and gorgeous greenery. In its five other locations, the coveted membership includes access to a lactation room, color-coded bookshelves and events hosted by feminist icons like #MeToo Founder Tarana Burke. If a “no man’s land” office with eye-popping colors and panoramic views of the city sounds appealing, The Wing could be your perfect fit.
Opening: Spring 2019, interested members can start applying
Location: Back Bay
Price: monthly membership - $185; annual membership - $2,100
Venture Lane, a tech hub and accelerator for early-stage startups, is the latest space to hit the coworking scene. Startups are provided with chic mid-century modern furniture, as well as access to partners, mentors and community events. Requirements to be invited include a completed first round of funding and an existing product. Sound like a fit so far? Here are more details about pricing and location.
Opened: February 2019
Location: 55 Court Street
Price: private office - $750 per month per member; dedicated desk - $500 per month per member; hot desk - $400 per month per member
The office technology at Workbar Back Bay is just as sharp as the people powering the ideas inside. The eco-friendly coworking space touts a smart-lighting system, water conservation, pollution management, and even a smart heating system that adjusts depending on how many people are in the room. Back Bay is WorkBar’s eighth location in the Greater Boston Area.
Opened: January 2018
Location: 399 Boylston Street
Price: private office - starts at $2,400 per month; dedicated desks - $599 per month; full-time membership - $399 per month; part-time membership - $139 per month
If you enjoy drinking beer and playing games outside of the office, this coworking space is for you. The Yard likes to keep their space as professional and distraction-free as possible. Instead of booze and video games, they provide on-demand meditation and other health-related activities. If you’ve got a zen entrepreneurial spirit, look no further.
Opened: November 2017
Location: 120 St. James Avenue
Price: private office - starts at $725 per month; open coworking - $400; dedicated desk - starts at $500 per month
Third time’s the charm for coworking company Industrious. The nationwide coworking connoisseur recently unveiled their third Boston location in the Financial District. The 30,000-square-foot space boasts an old school charm with modern perks, including a cafe, telephone booths, a wellness room and more.
Opened: November 2018
Location: 100 Summer Street, Suite 1600
Price: private office - starts at $1,413; community memberships - starts at $608