Working remotely and looking for the best coworking space in Paris? Traveling for business and need workspace on demand? Upflex has dozens of Paris coworking spaces choose from, but here are seven across the city that stand out.
Working from home has never been more common — nor more in-demand — and yet, it definitely has its downsides. It can be isolating. It can stifle professional opportunities. And especially after a few months straight, it can be tough to stay focused. Returning to the office, meanwhile, could mean going back to long commutes, or losing the freedom to structure your own time. A coworking space can offer the best of both worlds — so it’s no wonder surveys show that it’s going “from trend to mainstream,” and fast.
The Upflex team does a lot of coworking in Paris, France. In fact, Upflex co-founder and CEO Christophe Garnier hails from Paris, and our Chief Strategy Officer Vincent Lottefier is based there — and thanks to the Upflex network, on any given day, when working in Paris, they have some 75 different workspace options to choose from.
We rounded up seven of our favorite coworking spaces in Paris, perfect for whether you live in the city or you are working remotely, taking advantage of lifted travel restrictions this summer. Look for the Safe Spaces certification on the booking page, for a guarantee of diligence about their COVID protocols.
86-90 Rue Notre Dame de Nazareth, Paris, 75003
In the heart of Paris’s tech district, this beautiful, airy space filled with natural light and lush greenery offers plenty of opportunity to connect and network, with its open-office layout. If you need some solitude, find that at Patchwork too, in their private boardrooms and phone booths. Expert staff can help you organize meetings, and a fully-stocked kitchen comes with free coffee and fruit. Learn more here.
27 Rue Du Chemin Vert, Paris, 75011
If you’re looking to connect with fellow creative minds in Paris, this is your ideal space. Created by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, Pépinière 27 is home to more than 100 start-ups spanning productivity tools, healthy foods, cosmetics, bitcoin banking and more. Perks include a gym, a patio, two relaxation areas and a greenhouse. Book a desk here.
Cool & Workers Dahomey
2 Rue Du Dahomey, Paris, 75011
This warm, wood-paneled space is equipped with communal spaces for coworking and private nooks for working alone, plus private meeting rooms if you need a space for your whole team. Amenities include a cafe and a gorgeous terrace that is sun-filled in the summer and heated in the winter, so you can work in the open air anytime. Learn more here.
Cosa Vostra Paris
71 Rue de Saussure, Paris, 75017
Cosa Vostra is more than just a coworking space — the company is also a creative agency that helps brands and young companies grow and flourish. So if you need to get the creative juices flowing, this may be the place for you and your team. The spot also comes equipped with a kitchen, phone booth and receptionist. Book a workspace here.
Cool & Workers Green Way
30 Rue du Chemin Vert, Paris, 75011
Cool & Workers has a few locations scattered across Paris, so if you’re too far from Dahomey’s hip Bastille neighborhood, but a stone’s throw away from the 11th Arrondissement, check out the Green Way location, which boasts more of an industrial feel than its counterpart across town. It also features a meeting room with a ping-pong table, so you can work hard and play hard. Learn more here.
Work & Share Saint Ouen
26 Rue Arago, Paris, 93400
Located in a renovated industrial building, this bright, beautiful space offers large gathering spaces for social coworking and private rooms, plus a bistro and coffee corner for refreshments. There’s also a private terrace, if you need a breath of fresh air, and access to the space is available 24/7. Book a desk here.
Station W, Saint Michel
19 Quai Saint-Michel, Paris, 75005
Just across the Seine from the cathedral of Notre Dame between Petit Pont and Pont Saint-Michel, Station W’s Saint Michel location is a cozy workspace in a lively area — and don’t forget the stunning view. An open, café-like setting with leather lounge chairs, exposed-brick walls and rock & roll ephemera is free of pretense and coffee, tea and hot chocolate, WiFi fiber, and printer access take care of your workday checklist of needs so you can settle in and get it done. Save a spot here.
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