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The Ultimate List For Coworking Spaces Created By Women

The focus is female.

Workin' Girl

Being an entrepreneur isn't always the glam life you see from folks on IG.

You're not always working from some bomb beach resort, getting flewed out to speak at conferences, or always receiving influencer packages in the mail because you're that startup chick that everyone loves. The reality is that often you're working long days and nights, forgoing brunch dates with your girls to instead work on pitch decks, and at times you're halfway losing your mind trying to figure out how to increase profits, grow your team, and scale your business.

Working on building the business of your dreams is arguably one of the hardest things ever, but it's even harder when you don't have a dedicated workspace to get your projects done. While yes, you can work from a coffee shop here and there, be honest with yourself. Those lattés, oolong teas, and flaky croissants add up over time. Working from home is also an option, but sometimes trying to be productive from your comfy couch can be tough for one to maintain focus.

One solution that many people are turning to are coworking spaces.

Coworking spaces provide people opportunities to work on their business or other projects, while being surrounded by like-minded people and amazing amenities like fitness classes, free snacks and coffee, and curated events. Many coworking spaces are co-ed, but recently, more spaces are being created dedicated exclusively to women. Currently, there are several coworking spaces designed with a focus on women. We've done the hard part for you and sourced the web for some of the best coworking spaces on the market.

Here are 20 female-focused (with a touch of some POC-focused) coworking spaces created by women, giving us all the opportunity to boss up, network, and grow our businesses.

Femology

Location: Detroit, MI

Price: $34-$249 monthly

Founded by: Meagan Ward

Courtesy of Femology

The Perlene

Location: Portland, OR

Price: $175-$400 monthly

Founded by: Kiki Teal Littlestar

Courtesy of The Perlene

openHAUS Coworking

Location: Portland, OR

Price: $25-$300 monthly

Founded by: Cole and Dayna Reed

Courtesy of openHAUS Coworking

evolveHer

Location: Chicago, IL

Price: $99-$289 monthly

Founded by: Alicia Driskill

Courtesy of evolveHER

The Hivery

Location: San Francisco, CA

Price: $35-$395 monthly

Founded by: Grace Kraaijvanger

Courtesy of The Hivery

Women’s Center for Creative Work

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Price: $5-$125 monthly

Founded by: Katie Bachler, Kate Johnston, and Sarah Williams

Courtesy of Women's Center for Creative Work

Paper Dolls

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Price: $99 monthly

Founded by: Jen Mojo

Blackbird House

Location: Culver City, CA

Price: $195-$695 monthly

Founded by: Bridgid Coulter

Courtesy of Blackbird

Her HQ

Location: Dallas, TX

Price: $75-$900 monthly

Founded by: Tiffany Zamora and Cassi Oesterling

Courtesy of Her HQ

The Wing

Location: Multiple

Price: $185-$215 monthly

Founded by: Audrey Gelman and Lauren Kassan

Courtesy of The Wing

Monday & Co

Location: Atlanta, GA

Price: $25 (day pass for non-members); contact the business for updates on monthly membership prices

Founded by: Candice VanWye

Hera Hub

Location: Multiple

Price: $59-$359 monthly

Founded by: Felena Hanson

Courtesy of Hera Hub

The Riveter

Location: Multiple

Price: $19-$400 monthly

Founded by: Amy Nelson

Courtesy of The Riveter

Zora’s House

Location: Columbus, OH

Price: $29-$59 monthly

Founded by: LC Johnson

Courtesy of Zora's House

The Coven

Location: Minneapolis, MN

Price: $140-225 monthly

Founded by: Erinn Farrell, Alex West Steinman, Liz Giel, and Bethany Iverson

Courtesy of The Coven

SheWorks Collective

Location: New York City, New York

Price: $75-$548 monthly

Founded by: Joanna Black

Courtesy of SheWorks Collective

Ethel’s Club

Location: Brooklyn, NY

Price: $65-$195 monthly

Founded by: Naj Austin

Courtesy of Ethel's Club

Dream Village

Location: Hyattsville, MD

Price: $50-$185 monthly

Founded by: Eunique Jones Gibson

Courtesy of Dream Village

Knack Coworking

Location: Seattle, WA

Price: $75-$600 monthly

Founded by: Catherine Bye and Mariah Lincoln

Courtesy of Knack Coworking

RISE Collaborative Workspace

Location: St. Louis, MO and Denver, CO

Price: $135-$350 monthly

Founded by: Stacy Taubman

Courtesy of RISE Collaborative Workspace

Make Lemonade

Location: Toronto, ON

Price: $49-$500 monthly

Founded by: Rachel Kelly

Courtesy of Make Lemonade

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