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Business District-177 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
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FLEX - 800 Boylston Street, 29th Floor, Boston, MA, 02199
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Spaces - 361 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02115
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Workbar, 450 Prospect Street, Cambridge, MA 02139
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Coworking 101

Coworking is experiencing explosive growth across the United States. Truss sees that demand firsthand - 50% of companies with less than 10 employees searching on Truss are considering coworking. Coworking is a great option for small businesses and startups all the way up to larger corporations looking for flexibility in their lease and space. 

Coworking offers a variety of setups:

  • Undesignated workspace/workstation in the common area
  • Designated desk in the common area
  • One-person office
  • Team office

Coworking can be extremely cost effective because costs are all-inclusive. Coworking rent typically includes the following:

  • Utilities
  • Meeting space
  • Furniture
  • Wifi
  • Printing/Copying
  • Bonus amenities like free cold brew

Not sure if coworking or office space is right for you? Truss lets you compare all of your office and coworking options on one platform.

Your local Truss broker can also help determine what's right for you.

Popular Boston Neighborhoods for Coworking Space

Cambridge, Boston Coworking Neighborhood

Just north of Boston and easily accessible by the T, Cambridge is more than just a college town. It's nationally renowned as an innovation hub. Areas like University Park at MIT, Kendall Square and East Cambridge have the highest concentration of companies focused in innovation. Alumni-founded startups, innovation departments from larger companies and even organizations like the Gates Foundation lease startup space in this highly sought-after neighborhood. Cambridge also offers plenty of cultural attractions and a diverse dining scene, making it an ideal live-work-play neighborhood.

Back Bay Boston Coworking Neighborhood

Visitors and residents alike flock to Back Bay. Its Victorian brownstones, ritzy hotels, iconic skyscrapers like the John Hancock Building, and upscale dining and shopping offer something for everyone. Back Bay is also a business and residential center. Businesses like smaller venture capital and private equity firms, well-funded tech companies and high-end financial service firms all lease coworking space here. It's also easy to get to - commuters can easily access Back Bay by the green line on the T or the Mass Pike Highway.

Financial District, Boston Coworking Neighborhood

The Financial District and neighboring Government Center are, aptly named, a concentration of corporate headquarters and government courthouses, City Hall and state and federal buildings. Fidelity Investments, State Street Bank and The Debt Exchange all have headquarters in the Financial District. There are plenty of coworking options in the area with proximity to the T at Government Center and South Station stops. The Financial District and Government Center neighborhoods are perfect for those looking to locate in a convenient Boston location.

Seaport District, Boston Coworking Neighborhood

The Seaport District, located on the South Boston waterfront, is a hotspot for residential and commercial space. Also commonly known as "The Innovation District," Seaport is home to startups and even larger organizations like Reebok. Coworking spaces in the area are filled with entrepreneurs and more established tech companies looking for a vibrant place to locate. Seaport offers plenty of dining and nightlife options, along with newly constructed apartment buildings, most with waterfront views. It's easy to get to by T line, car, or even water taxi.

Additional Boston Coworking Neighborhoods Include:

Arlington

Burlington

Somerville

Bedford

Waltham

Braintree

Watertown

Medford

Brighton

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