9 St. Louis Coworking Spaces For Creatives

 In Culture, Feature

St. Louis has an inspiring creative energy and strong entrepreneurial spirit. In recent years, the city has developed a reputation as an exciting home for start-ups. If you’re a creative in St. Louis searching for the perfect coworking space, we’ve compiled a list of spots that stand out. 

CIC St. Louis
4240 Duncan Ave., Cortex District
If you’re already a fan of the Cortex Innovation Community, you’ll love their premier coworking space, CIC St. Louis. With two locations already and a third to be completed in mid-2018, the tech hub is home to a slew of entrepreneurs and fast-growing companies—and even includes its own lab space.

4818 Washington Blvd, Central West End
One of TechArtista’s defining features is its appreciation for visual art, frequently hosting pop-ups, exhibitions, installation projects and other public art events. Since opening its doors in 2013, the eclectic space has grown to include an in-house gym facility, full-service cafe and recording studio.

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Photo credit: BHIVE

4661 Maryland Ave, Central West End
This elegant space offers a sophisticated atmosphere, sunlit rooms and a truly unique sense of style. In addition to various workspaces, membership at the BHIVE includes credit toward food and beverages at Brennan’s on the first floor of the building. And if you need some fresh air, the BHIVE is located on one of the liveliest corners in the Central West End neighborhood, with plenty of food and nightlife options.

RISE Collaborative Workspace
8820 Ladue Rd, Clayton
If you’re looking for a chic, professional coworking space designed for female entrepreneurs, you must check out RISE. With an emphasis on helping women connect and develop into influential leaders, RISE also encourages unique mentorship opportunities by offering discounted memberships to high school girls.

2631 Gravois Ave, Fox Park
In addition to modern coworking spaces, Nexcore members benefit from a whole slew of amenities and resources, all meant to help with the nuts and bolts of owning a small business. Nexcore’s professional services include business development, financial services, advising on managing employee benefits, social media and brand training—just to name a few.

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3407 S. Jefferson Ave, Cherokee Street
You’ll find this neighborhood-focused creative space just steps away from many of South City’s unique local restaurants, small businesses and entertainment venues. Nebula is actually St. Louis’ first official co-working space, expanding in recent years to include two additional nearby buildings—one of which offers HIPAA-compliant offices for health practitioners looking for a new home.

911 Washington Ave, Downtown St. Louis
 T-REX’s spans a whopping eight stories of their centrally-located Downtown building. In addition to sharing space with 200 other companies, tenants also have the opportunity to connect with several major start-up support organizations, like Arch Grants and ITEN.

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Photo credit: Industrious

555 Washington Ave, Downtown St. Louis
Mere blocks from St. Louis’ riverfront, Industrious is housed in one of St. Louis’s many architectural beauties. Originally built in the late 19th century, Industrious renovated the building’s third floor to create a modern, upscale coworking space with glass-walled private offices, a café, relaxation rooms and more.

UCity Co-Working
6900 Delmar Blvd, Delmar Loop
Near the Delmar Loop, UCity Co-working offers 9,000 square feet of dedicated workstations. Amenities include a kitchen and eating area, free off-street parking, 24-hour secure access, plenty of sunlight (thanks to the building’s historic church windows) and a shaded patio.

Cover image photo credit: CIC St. Louis

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