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11 Coworking Spaces in Berlin

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Coworking Spaces St. Oberholz
© St. Oberholz

Of course we hope that you will truly enjoy your stay in Berlin. But sometimes work has to be done too. For those of you who want to combine your visit to Berlin with a remote office, we have put together a list of 11 coworking spaces and laptop cafés. We made sure that you can rent a space by the hour or day and that you don't have to sign up for a membership. Of course, networking is still possible.

Tip 1: St. Oberholz - coworking space in Berlin with tradition

Coworking Spaces St. Oberholz
Coworking Space in Mitte: St. Oberholz © St. Oberholz, Foto: Roman Wache

Founded in 2005, St. Oberholz is the oldest coworking space in Berlin. Here you can work on the lively Rosenthaler Platz in the middle of Berlin's hip start-up scene. Caffeine and healthy snacks provide energy. In addition to seats directly in the café, St. Oberholz on Rosenthaler Platz has work desks and conference rooms upstairs. Due to Corona, daily and hourly tickets have been suspended for the time being. Monthly memberships are of course also available, but the waiting list is long at the moment. You can just drop in and work comfortably in the café. 
 
Incidentally, the combination of good coffee and beautiful premises works so well that the St. Oberholz concept now exists at eleven locations in Berlin and at one in Potsdam-Babelsberg. In addition to the traditional location at Rosi, you can also use two other locations around Torstrasse in Mitte: at Zehdenicker Str. 1 and at Torstrasse 49, directly at Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz. There you will be served high-speed WiFi and the in-house coffee from the Kreuzberg roastery Bonanza. All other locations are Flex Office Spaces, where you can rent a space on a long-term basis.

Where: Rosenthaler Str. 72A, Mitte, Zehdenicker Straße 1, Kastanienalle 84, Torstraße 49, Mitte and other locations all over Berlin.
When: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. - 7 p.m., Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.

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Tip 2: Betahaus - coworking in Berlin and worldwide

Coworking Space im betahaus Berlin
betahaus Berlin: Coworking Space und guter Kaffee © betahaus

Im Betahaus stehen Austausch und Gemeinschaft im Vordergrund. Beim Brunch, bei Abendveranstaltungen, im Community Garten oder auf der Dachterrasse könnt ihr mit Gleichgesinnten plaudern und vielleicht sogar Kollaborateure finden. Ihr wählt zwischen Tagestickets oder mietet euch für einen Monat lang ein. Gäste sind im Café willkommen. Und auch euren vierbeinigen Freund dürft ihr mal auf einen Besuch vorbeibringen. Ein tolles Angebot für digitale Nomaden sind die vielen Partner Spaces überall auf der Welt. 

Wo: Rudi-Dutschke-Straße 23, Kreuzberg
Wann: Front Desk Montag bis Freitag, 9 – 16 Uhr, für Mitglieder 24 Stunden

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Tip 3: Factory Berlin - networking with Berlin's start-up community

Factory Berlin Standort Mitte
Factory Berlin: Coworking am Standort Mitte © Factory Berlin

As a coworking space, The Factory Berlin is only open to members, who first have to apply for a place. The effort is worth it: in addition to the pure workstations, members have access to numerous programmes and events, common rooms, sports and music studios, as well as a large network. The perfect springboard for a career in Berlin's start-up scene. From time to time there are open community events and the Factory Kitchen is also open for visitors. Breakfast, lunch, snacks and coffee specialities are served. You can also get a taste of the startup atmosphere here.

Where: 
Factory Kitchen Mitte, Rheinsberger Straße 76/77, Mitte
Factory Kitchen Görlitzer Park, Lohmühlenstraße 65, Kreuzberg
When: 9.30 a.m. - 3 p.m. and 12 - 2 p.m.

Factory Kitchen

Tip 4: Work`n'Kid - coworking including childcare

Coworking Space Work'n'Kid
Coworking mit Kind: Work'n'kid © Work'n'Kid

Small but a very fine idea, this coworking offers a solution for parents who need childcare in addition to their workplace. Work'n'Kid has 16 coworking places and up to six places for childcare. Those who need a workplace including reliable childcare pay 12 euros per hour. Flexible workspaces are available for as little as one euro per hour, but without childcare. You can also book rooms for your event here. The use of a small kitchen and high-speed Wi-Fi are included.

Where: Schreinerstraße 58, Friedrichshain
When: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

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Tip 5: Coffee Fellows Berlin Coworking - work and enjoy your favourite coffee

Business meeting in a cafe
Coworking in einem Café © Getty Images, Foto:monkeybusinessimages

Of course, you can open your laptop and get started in any Coffee Fellows branch. If you need more peace and quiet to work, you'll find desk space at Coffee Fellows Berlin Coworking on the top floor. As a bonus for those who rent a coworking space, there's a 20 percent discount on bagels, snacks, tea and, of course, your favourite coffee in the café. 

Where: Danziger Straße 1 / Pappelallee 1, Prenzlauer Berg
When: Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday, 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Drink Coffe in Prenzlauer Berg

Tip 6: KleinMein Coffee & Coworking - Working together at large wooden tables

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Coworking vor dem Café © visitBerlin, Foto: Philip Koschel

At KleinMein you work together at large wooden tables. The upholstered chairs are cosy, the coffee strong, the food delicious. And this coworking solution in Friedrichshain is also flexible. One hour costs five euros, three hours 10 euros, a day ticket 15 euros. Fresh water, internet and a nice community are included.

Address: Waldeyerstrasse 9, Friedrichshain
When: Wednesday - Monday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Tuesday closed).

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Tip 7: HeartSpace - Open Café plus Coworking Space

HeartSpace Coworking
HeartSpace Coworking © Anna von Stackelberg

HeartSpace is a mixture of coworking space and open café. Just drop by, try the coffee and get a taste of the coworking atmosphere. If you really want to concentrate on your work, you can rent a room in the Members Club next door. Internet, coffee, tea, water, soft drinks, fresh fruit and vegetables, 24-hour access and a bathroom with shower are included in the membership. Prices depend on how many days a month you want to use the HeartSpace Members Club. A non-binding day pass costs 20 euros.

Where: Urbanstraße 70a, Kreuzberg (Kreuzkölln)
When: Café Monday to Friday, 9 - 6 a.m.

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Tip 8: B-Part at Gleisdreieck: An open place for all

B-Part Coworking Space
B-Part Coworking Space am Gleisdreieck Berlin © St. Oberholz, Foto: HGEsch Photography

In summer, the B-Part attracts visitors with an open beer garden. The café is open all year round for members, guests and walk-in customers. Exhibitions, culture and networking events, as well as sports and yoga classes round out the offerings. The modern wooden building is designed so that it can be dismantled at any time and reused elsewhere. And coworking memberships are of course also available, distributed by St. Oberholz, by the way.

Where: Luckenwalder Straße 6b
When: Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Park at Gleisdreieck

Tip 9: Nice views at the CiSpace Coworking Café

Female bloggers with camera and laptop sitting at cafe seen through window glass
Coworking im Café © Getty Images, Foto: Maskot

CISpace is not only a coworking café but also an art gallery. You can also work with a view through the large panorama window. All spaces are equipped with electricity and fast internet. The concept of CISpace is to promote exchange among coworkers. To this end, networking evenings are organised from time to time. You can also rent the rooms for your event or presentation. You can book the coworking spaces for 3 euros per hour. A monthly membership costs 150 euros, including coffee and use of the printer.

Where: Bugenhagenstraße 9, Moabit
When: Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

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Tip 10: The Visit - Berlin coffee roastery with coworking spaces

The Visit Coffee Roastery
The Visit Coffee Roastery © Pim Rinkes

At The Visit, good coffee and coworking go hand in hand. You can find the branches of the Berlin coffee roastery all over Berlin. And all of them have a whole range of comfortable and well-equipped laptop spaces. You can rent them by the hour (2 euros), per day (15 euros), per week (60 euros) or for a whole month (120 euros). If you love the smell of freshly roasted coffee beans, you should definitely visit the Coffee Roastery on Adalbertstraße. Early risers can rent a room at The Visit Coffee & Eatery on Nürnbergerstraße from 7.30 am.

Where: Adalbertstraße 9, Kreuzberg; other locations in Charlottenburg and Schöneberg.
When: Monday to Friday, 8.30 a.m. - 6 p.m., Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.

The Visit

Tip 11: Unicorn Workspaces - Coworking plus Koffein

Coworking in Berlin: Unicorn Workspaces
Coworking in Berlin: Unicorn Workspaces © Unicorn.Berlin

If you are planning a longer stay in Berlin, you can consider whether a monthly membership is worthwhile for you. There are a number of providers in Berlin, some of them with professional front desks that receive your mail and offer not only a workplace but also other rooms for meetings and various networking opportunities. Among the well-known ones are WeWork, Mindspace, rent24, Ahoy Berlin and the Unicorn. All of them have coworking spaces in several districts.

At Unicorn, you can rent a permanent workspace for around 300 euros a month. In addition to fast internet, office supplies, printers, IT service and round-the-clock access via app, a barista coffee flat rate is also included. Well worth it, if you need caffeine to work and compare that to the prices for good coffee elsewhere in Berlin. Unicorn has coworking spaces in Mitte, Kreuzberg, Neukölln, Charlottenburg, Wedding and Schöneberg.

Where: Französische Straße 24, Mitte
Address: Brunnenstraße 64, Mitte and other locations
When: after renting with app around the clock

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