Coworking Spaces in Austin

Here is an Austin co-working space list, broken down by neighborhood:


ATX Hackerspace – A maker coworking space starting at $60/month
They also have a regular coworking space
9701 Dessau Road, Building 3, Suite 304, Austin TX 78754

Link – Liz Elam, a friend, owns two spaces in Austin, Link Coworking and Link Too, produces GCUC, the Great Coworking Unconference Conference, and is President of the League of Extraordinary Coworking Spaces. Her spaces are called cutting edge.

Posh Coworking - women’s coworking space near the UT Campus
3027 North Lamar Blvd., Suite 202
Austin, Texas 78705

Opportunity Space
Opportunity Space welcomes you…and your big computers, monitors, and pictures of your family. That’s because Opportunity Space is Austin’s all-dedicated coworking space. For one low monthly fee, get your own desk & chair, unlimited use of our conference rooms, ample parking, ridiculously fast Internet access (80Mbit down), coffee, and snacks.
2125 East Cesar Chavez St.
Austin, TX 78702

Perch Coworking
2235 East 6th Street, Unit 107
Austin, TX 78702 512-779-3046

Soma Vida
1210 Rosewood Ave               512.628.1580

1309 E. 7th Street, Austin, TX 78702
t: (512) 522-3712

Space 12
3121 East 12th Street, Austin, TX
$10/day 10 am – 5 pm

Chicon Collective
We’re on Twitter and Facebook
 (404) 500-8380
301 Chicon St Suite D
Austin, TX 78702
We are open 24 hours to members. Visitors are welcome to drop by any time between 10am to 4pm for walk-in tours (No appointment needed).


GoLab Austin

  • Steve Golab
  • Phone: 512 657 1086
  • Twitter: @thegolab

Capital Factory

701 Brazos StreetSuite 1601Austin, TX  78701
Joshua BaerManaging DirectorLinkedin@joshuabaer
Bill BoebelManaging DirectorLinkedin@billboebel


411 West Monroe
Austin, Tx, 78704
Get Directions
Call: (512)761-3842

Hub Austin
706B W Ben White Blvd Suite 202
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 900-1HUB (1482)
cowork @ hubaustin . com
HubAustin Twitter: @HubAustin
HubAustin is located at South First and Ben White. It is the smaller grey building behind the large grey building 706A.

Historical Note – Texas Coworking once leased space from and Henrik Johanssen and we can can’t recommend these folks enough.  They are *not* a coworking space, they sell bling to trade shows, you know, those t shirts and pens and stuff you get at trade shows.

Boundless Network Headquarters
200 E. 6th St.
Ste. #300
Austin TX, 78701
P: 512.472.9200
F: 512.472.9204


ImagineSolar is a solar educator & consultant who is accepting applications for those interested in coworking at our centrally-located 4000 Caven Road, Austin, Texas facility.  We are a clean energy entrepreneurial community with office & lab space, classrooms, warehousing, loading docks, and a large parking lot with easy access to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and Downtown Austin.  Visit for details about our facility.

Our coworking packages include desks, Internet access, client meeting space & more – starting at $100/month.  Visit us weekdays from 8 AM to 6 PM or call today with questions at (888) 514-1972.

Welcome to Texas Coworking

Coworking in the Heart of Austin

The Unoffice Office

built in cubicles

just a fraction of the space

What is Coworking?

Coworking is the growing movement between a full time office gig and a self employment career.   It’s a place

- to work in an office like environment without the boss.

- to work alongside others who share similar careers or talents.

- to focus on what needs to be done in a quieter office enviroment

This is what Texas Coworking used to offer and look like.  It’s no longer a physical coworking space.

Features at one time included:

  • Offices available for confidential meetings and phone calls.
  • Plenty of  room to spread out, focus and get things done.
  • Large conference room
  • high-speed and secured wifi
  • Wired ethernet wall ports
  • Server room with servers for all your IT and web and application development needs,
  • Rooftop terrace – a place to relax – overlooking 6th Street and the Austin Convention Center.
  • Copy, fax, mail and other services

Here are some pictures of the place, a video tour featuring Grace Sharington produced by a noted local film maker, Michelle Millette, is posted here below.

 Call Paul Terry Walhus at 512-699-4000  for more details.

Conference room

Conference Room at Texas Coworking

Video Tour of Texas Coworking

Grace Sharington,’s first concierge, takes us on a video tour of Texas Coworking, Austin’s downtown coworking place at 200 E 6th Street, Austin, TX 78701. She cruises through the facility showing the front entrance with it’s wall of flat screens, the elevator, the entrance, the concierge desk, the conference room, the patio overlooking the Austin Convention Center (site of SXSW), the commons, the cubes, and the private offices and last but not least the kitchen and break room and the server room.

Untitled from Michelle Millette on Vimeo.

Refresh meetup at Texas Coworking

Texas Coworking hosted the Refresh Austin Meetup group on Tuesday, March 9, 2010. In this video by Paul Terry Walhus, Refreshers introduce themselves on the eve of SXSW.

Refreshers in the video (around the table):

Alex Jones, Michelle Greer, William Yarborough, Kim Loop, Kyle Simpson, Eric Leverson, Adrian, Andrew Donoho, Aaron Upshaw, Andrew Bushnell, Mandy, Miguel Lucero, Pat Ramsey, Robert Bonn, Jean Wetzel, Bob Wetzel, Brian Consuelas, Mark Philip and Paul Terry Walhus of Texas Coworking launches

The domain “” now belongs to the coworking community thanks to a collaborative purchase of the domain name by a group from the wiki, here is the first statement on

Did you know that there is a global community of people dedicated to the values of Collaboration, Openness, Community, Accessibility, and Sustainability in their workplaces?

It’s called Coworking. And people seem to think it’s swell.

  • You can usually find the pulse of coworking in the discussions held at the Coworking Google Group. Introduce yourself today.
  • Business models, best practices, and 700+ pages of knowledge-base can be found on the Coworking Wiki. Learn, contribute, and help garden the wiki.
  • Announcements and press find their way on to the Coworking Blog. Look for recent posts and suggest new content.

Texas Coworking celebrates Boagworld 200 Friday 4 am!

Texas Coworking Video Conference Event: Boagworld 200.

At 200 E 6th Street 301 (third floor), Austin, TX, 78701.

Friday Feb 12, 2010 starting at 4 am till 4 pm with Happy Hour after at BD Rileys pub downstairs from Texas Coworking.

Friday, Feb 12 is the 200th episode of a web show called “Boagworld”!

You can watch it at Texas Coworking.  But you’ll have to get up early.  Or come later.

Don’t worry about parking, because 6th Street has tons of free parking at 4 am.

This will be a live video podcast originating from England starting at 4 am CST and ending at 4 pm CST followed by a beer bash at BD Rileys Pub downstairs from 5 pm till whenever.

To celebrate this momentous achievement we are going to do a 12 hour live podcast marathon with big screen tvs set up at Texas Coworking.

The show starts at 4 AM on Friday the 12th February and finishes at 4 PM that evening (times are CST, Central Standard Time).

Paul Boag has “too many guests to mention, but lets just say you will not be disappointed!” says Paul.  We hope Colin Firth will be among them.  And we’ve requested a skype video feed so Austin, Texas can take part.

Please email us if you plan to attend, it would be helpful to have RSVPs to know if anyone will get up at this ridiculous hour.


Since the event is so long, we don’t mind if you come late and/or leave early.  Or you can come early and leave late, as Mack Brown would say.

We haven’t heard back yet, but we contacted Paul Boag and Marcus Lillington about doing a return skype feed so Austin Texas can butt in to the event and we’re waiting for their reply.

NPR: Coworking Offers Community To Solo Workers

More coverage on Coworking!  Kaomi Goetz from NPR reports:

Wi-Fi, laptops and cell phones make it possible to work from just about anywhere these days. They’ve helped people leave the office and work from the comfort of their living rooms or corner coffee shops.

But now, an increasing number of Americans are looking for something in between.


Kevin Prentiss started his Internet-based business from his apartment in New York City. For two years, he says he worked 14-hour days in solitude — ironic, considering he runs a social networking site.

“I don’t know that I was talking to myself,” he says. “I think that probably I was talking to myself.”

Then one day he heard about New Work City. It’s a rented office space in Manhattan where workers like Prentiss can drop in, hook up their laptops and work away with other people similarly mobile, while making face-to-face connections.

Read the rest HERE

Recent publicity on the Coworking movement sweeping the nation

The past week we’ve seen a torrent of publicity on the Coworking movement, check out these recent articles from NPR and the Wall Street Journal

Article on Coworking in last week’s Wall Street Journal:

Article on Coworking that ran on NPR yesterday:

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