Looking for a cool place to work in Berlin? Well, you’re in luck. We’ve rounded up 11 of the best Berlin coworking spaces from our Startup Guide Berlin Vol.4 book for you below. Just so you’re aware of how we selected the spaces for the guide, we sorted through hundreds of nominations from the community before a local advisory board helped us curate the final list of spaces to be featured. Check them out!
📍Wattstraße 11, 13355 Berlin
Founded in 2012 by Nikita Roshkow and Nikolas Woischnik, Ahoy! Berlin has been a pioneer in its Wedding based area since its opening as the first tech organisation in the neighbourhood.
This tech hub’s name represents it’s space perfectly in its representation of a stable ship to jump onto and sail the stormy seas of innovation and entrepreneurship.
📍Prinzessinnenstraße 19–20, 10969 Berlin
Before Christoph Fahle and friends founded betahaus Berlin, they decided they wanted to create a big workshop space where people could do anything from work to fix bikes. And space they found! They are already in a five-story building, but are already looking to relocate to an even bigger premises with an even cooler coffee shop, clear glass walls and a rooftop garden terrace.
📍Prenzlauer Allee, 242, 10405 Berlin
Located in a former brewery in Prenzlauer Berg, Fab Lab Berlin is but one of a global network of over one thousand Fab Labs. The space is a haven for teams working on first iterations of their prototypes what with the access to the latest digital prototyping tools (3D printers and laser cutting tools to name a few) and an open digital fabrication studio.
📍Lohmühlenstraße 65, 12435 Berlin
According to its Community Manager, Caleb Screpnek, the space at Factory Görlitzer is unlike any other coworking space in Berlin. Inspired by the idea to prioritize easy movement, desktops computers aren’t fixed to the tables and encourage members to move.
The freewheeling style of the building not only includes workspaces and conferences rooms, but also a Hogwarts-style library, movie theater, and “playground” with essentials, like ping-pong tables, of course!
📍Lohmühlenstraße 65, 12435 Berlin
Google for Entrepreneurs is where entrepreneurs can learn, connect and create. Since its founding, the hub has been a strong supporter of Berlin’s startup ecosystem and it helps build a strong community of entrepreneurs equipped with the skills and connections they need to realize their vision. Not only that, as a member, you can stop by for one of the regular “tech-talks” from Google itself!
📍Wilhelminenhofstraße 92, 12459 Berlin
KAOS, much as its name suggests, is a bustling hive of activity. It especially caters to creatives in what was an abandoned building and is now a huge space that buzzes with artists and designers from all disciplines toiling away at their craft. The space comes equipped with rooms for woodworking, milling, metalworking and 3D printing allowing fellow creatives across a variety of fields to meet.
📍Skalitzer Straße 104, 10997 Berlin
One of the latest additions to the Mindspace family is located on Skalitzer Straße. The space is one of the eighteen locations worldwide, and its amenities include 24/7 access, a coffee bar and soda fountain, free utilities, and a well-stocked event space. With a variety of events, talks and class discounts on offer, Mindspace is more than a work space, it makes a special priority of creating a strong sense of community.
📍Chausseestraße 19, 10115 Berlin
Silicon Allee was founded in 2011 by Travis Todd and Schuyler Deerman, and ever since the beginning the term ‘Silicon Allee’ has become synonymous with Berlin’s tech ecosystem. Their mission being to connect Berlin’s tech community to the rest of the world, allowing the organization to act like a self-styled ‘embassy’, through helping the locals gain international exposure and helping incoming internationals get connected locally.
📍Rosenthaler Straße 72a, 10119 Berlin
Starting as a café in 2005, St. Oberholz still has a chilled coffee house atmosphere, and it doubling up as a work environment is just one of its many perks. According to its manager, Tobias Kremkau, the critical feature that transformed the coffee shop into creative coworking space was the “very long tables”, where new entrepreneurs began discussing ideas and collaborating on new projects, these eventually grew into startups. Nowadays, St Oberholz has two Berlin spaces, both with a traditional café on the ground floor and workspaces above.
📍Voltastraße 6, 13355 Berlin
AEG courtyards is the latest location in the Unicorn Berlin coworking chain, located in a 120-year-old building creates a striking contrast between the nineteenth-century exterior to its modern, bright and high-ceilinged interior.
Unicorn deliberately chooses their spaces – six and counting – not to be as large or intricately decorated, meaning they can make the coworking prices up to thirty percent cheaper than other spaces. But don’t be fooled by the low price, Unicorn doesn’t scrimp on providing ultra-modern workspaces, even down to the coffee machine, they have your back.
📍Kemperplatz 1, 10785 Berlin
The mission at WeWork Sony Center according to its Community Manager, Aimara Geissler, is to make sure everyone feels welcomed, “It’s our mission to really get to know the members on a personal level”. To create this atmosphere, WeWork offers a vast range of benefits to its members to make members feel at home such as yoga hours, breakfasts and networking events. As for its location you won’t be disappointed, the building is based in the vibrant Potsdamer Platz with stunning views across Tiergarten.