As demand for coworking spaces increases, Germany, the world’s 5th biggest coworking market, offers a rich landscape of venues to choose from. Berlin and Munich are the perfect choices for those looking for a coworking space.

Germany’s Central European location, growing technological scene, and highly skilled talent pool make it the world’s fourth-largest economy and one of the most attractive countries for freelancers and big corporations (IMF 2021 Nominal GDP Rankings by Country).
Coworking is a work model worth noting as it effectively saves costs, encourages networking, and provides the much sought-after flexibility within the work setting. Commonly chosen by freelancers, startups, as well as small to medium-size companies, coworking is now gaining increased attention from large businesses. These big firms are turning towards flexible solutions and decentralizing into smaller working clusters across coworking venues as a way of implementing the Hybrid work model within its structures.

Why Coworking?

The rise in the popularity of coworking spaces in the last years may make it seem as if coworking is a recent invention. Interestingly enough, one of the first precursors of this work model – a hackerspace set up by a small group of Computer Engineers – can be traced back to late 90’s Berlin.
Fast-forward to 2021, and this flexible solution has rooted itself in changing the way we look at workspaces all over the world.
The widely talked about coworking model can be simply described as an office space shared by multiple individuals or companies. The venues consist of dedicated micro offices, desks, and shared open-floor areas that are available to be booked or rented.
Over the last number of years, this solution has greatly impacted the concept of the workplace. Studies have shown coworking provides an excellent work environment, helping individuals develop faster in areas such as self-esteem, community, and Independence.
Looking for further proof? Read more about the many benefits of coworking and why it is a particularly great set-up for freelancers.


The capital of Germany is a prime example of a hub teeming with business opportunities for innovators, entrepreneurs, and individuals looking for a like-minded community to work in.

The state of Berlin has an excellent public transport network. Ten lines of the U-Bahn (underground, subway) rapid transit system connect 173 stops across the entire span of the city. S-Bahn (Stadtschnellbahn), the city’s rapid railway operates around Berlin’s city centre and outskirts area.

When it comes to air travel, Brandenburg Airport, also called “Willy Brandt,” is Berlin’s only international airport located just across the Berlin-Brandenburg border in Schönefeld.
Berlin is a popular tourist destination, offering rich culture and history. Home to over 30 universities, the capital offers a wide pool of highly skilled talent.
There is no better place to start your coworking journey than Berlin.
Here are some of the best spaces you will find across the city’s 12 districts:

rent24 Oberwallstraße 6

Oberwallstraße 6, Mitte, Berlin


Starting at only €25 per day, the “rent24 Oberwallstraße 6” offers 7,200 square feet of historic and beautifully designed coworking space.

The modern and stylish work environment features stunning architectural design and includes state-of-the-art infrastructure such as high-speed internet, multi-function copiers, conference rooms, community lounges, complimentary beverages, and healthy snacks.

The venue is just a few minutes from the Hausvogteiplatz train station and some of the city’s most notable sites, such as the concert hall and the French Cathedral.

Design Offices Berlin Bahnhof Westend

Am Banhof Westend 9, Bezirk Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Berlin


Design Offices venue is located in Charlottenburg district, one of the most elegant areas of Berlin with a rich history. The venue offers 24/7 access with coworking desks available from €179 per month.

The venue’s great location near a motorway means that the Tegel International Airport is only a 10-min drive away. The nearest commuter train station, “Westend,” can be found directly across the venue, which means public transportation is very accessible. Another good news is that the area is home to a great choice of cafes and restaurants within walking distance.

Scaling Spaces Colliers Lab

Budapester Str. 46 c/o Bikini Berlin Concept Shopping Mall, Bezirk Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Berlin

Interior of Scaling Spaces Colliers Lab

The open and luxurious design concept of this Scaling Spaces Collier’s Lab venue offers spacious and trendy interiors. Inside, multiple think tanks, meeting rooms, and lounge areas provide the perfect environment for any type of work.

The venue offers conference rooms, a relaxation area, garden space, and a restaurant, among its various amenities.
It offers good and nearby public transport solutions as it is located a 2-min walk from the nearest bus stop and 4-min walk from the subway station and a close distance from a number of museums and a shopping centre.

Mindspace Friedrichstraße

Friedrichstraße 68, Mitte, Berlin


Situated 5min from the nearest bus stop, 2-min from Subway station, and 9-min away from the Tram stop, the venue is surrounded by shops, cafes, bistros, and restaurants.
The excellent central location of the Mindspace Friedrichstrass office venue is not its only advantage.
Starting from €300 per person, the price includes everything you could need within its uniquely designed spaces and fully-furnished offices, such as ultra-fast internet and free printing, a team of local community managers, on-site IT support, and cleaning services.


The Largest city in Bavaria and the 3rd most populous city in Germany, Munich is home to two research universities, a multitude of scientific institutions, and numerous architectural, cultural attractions, sports events, and exhibitions.
Munich International Airport – second-busiest airport in Germany
15 universities
The extensive public transport system within the city consists of a network of trams, buses, trams and buses, underground (U-Bahn), suburban trains (S-Bahn).
Munich has become one of the most important tech hubs in Europe, ranking 4th by the number of tech unicorns located there, establishing it as one of the five main hotspots for startups in Germany.

Design Offices Munich Macherei

Weihenstephaner Str. 28-30, Berg am Laim, Munich

Open office floor in Design Offices Munich Macherei, Weihenstephaner Str. 28-30, Berg am Laim, Munich

Home to both large-scale corporations and project workers alike, the Design Offices München location offers 16,500 square meters across five floors.
The venue provides a flexible working environment, meeting rooms as well as catering.
With coworking spaces starting from €179 per month also includes available conference rooms, gym, bike racks, and more.
Close access to the bus stop (1min walk), tram stop (2min walk), and metro (13min walk) make it a great location.

Mindspace Munich Viktualienmarkt

Viktualienmarkt 8, Altstadt-Lehel, Munich


The Mindspace office is located a short walk away from the heart of the Munich Old Town and its lively market square. This venue fits perfectly into the ambiance of bygone Bavaria, simultaneously providing top tech solutions and modern innovation. Providing access to high-speed internet, a common kitchen, networking events, showers, lockers, and parking are just some of the features that make Mindspace Munich such a great option for those looking for a top coworking experience at only €650 per month.

Design Offices Munich Highlight Towers

Mies-van-der-Rohe-Straße 6, Schwabing-Freimann, Munich

Coworking space in Design Offices Munich Highlight Towers

Design Offices Munich Highlight Towers offers a coworking location with an exhilarating view over the city, all the way to Zugspitze.
The first-class site directly between the Mittlerer Ring and Parkstadt Schwabing provides a workplace equipped with new technology and digitization hotspots. The venue provides 24/7 access to your workspace, customer parking (upon reservation), and easy access to public transport.

Mindspace Munich Salvatorplatz

Salvatorplatz 3, Altstadt-Lehel, Munich

Interior of Mindspace Munich Salvatorplatz

Located in front of the historic Salvatorkirche and not far from the Literaturhaus München (House of Literature) and Salvatorgarage, Mindspace Salvatorplatz is an attraction right at the heart of the Bavarian capital. Spanning across four floors and 2,200 square meters, the venue is the professional home of over 250 members.
Starting from €450 per month, this coworking space provides all the amenities of serviced offices such as catering, phone booths, high-speed Wi-Fi, ethernet connection, relaxation area, printing and scanning services, and even a 3D printer.

Are you ready to rent?
Head over to our ShareSpace Search engine to find the perfect coworking space for you!
You can book a desk in a way that works best for you, for a few days up to a few months.
Or head over to our ShareSpace blog to read more about how to find an affordable coworking office.

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