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Baltimore coworking guide: 21 spaces where you don’t have to work alone

From the Inner Harbor to the suburbs, these facilities offer options for people seeking something between work-from-home and a traditional office.

Baltimore Unity Hall. (Courtesy Southway Builders)
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In Baltimore, there are coworking spaces all over and we’ve highlighted many of them over the years in roundups of such facilities, the last of which we did in 2022. While we did give you a few spots for snacks and Wi-Fi last year, you deserve an update.

So, our coworking guide is back! See what Charm City and the surrounding county have to offer and let us know if we missed by emailing us at

Spark Baltimore

8 Market Pl., Inner Harbor

Spark Baltimore launched in 2016 and extended further into the Inner Harbor with Spark Flex. That space has housed offices used by tenants like The Baltimore Banner and Fearless (which also has offices in the main Spark building), although national Spark community and partnerships director Shervonne Cherry confirmed that the Spark Flex space was not yet open for coworking.

Nonetheless, Spark Baltimore maintains its coworking model and custom-built suites ranging from 2,000 to 5,000 square feet or more at Power Plant. It spans six floors and features various events, as well as drinks on tap for those interested.

Cost: A day pass starts at $15, with rates increasing for other options. For more information, contact Maggie Terhune, senior community manager at Spark Baltimore.

Note: Spark is’s preferred coworking space in Baltimore. Find out more about how our Preferred Partners program contributes to our independent journalism.

StarTUp at the Armory

307 Washington Ave., Towson

This is the home of Towson University’s StarTUp Accelerator. The 26,000-square-foot former Maryland National Guard Armory in downtown Towson has 6,000 square feet of coworking space. Users can take advantage of booths, couches, workstations, Wi-Fi and 347 power outlets.

Cost: Free

1100 CoWork

1100 Wicomico St., Pigtown

At this facility in the 1100 Wicomico building, the Baltimore Innovation Center offers shared workspaces and flexible leasing options for private offices. Whether you’re launching a new venture or sustaining an existing business, the center provides access to multi-purpose space and amenities.

Cost: Flex Desk starts at $175 per month.

Enoch Pratt Free Library

400 Cathedral St., Downtown

At Enoch Pratt Free Library’s Central Library, you can access public computers, enjoy Wi-Fi, use private work pods and receive job and career advice. There are also community and meeting rooms for those times when you need to host small or large meetings.

Cost: Free

PIVOT Work Spaces

640 Frederick Rd., Catonsville
8407 Main St., Ellicott City
12230 Clarksville Pike, Suite K, Clarksville

One of these spaces is located in Catonsville’s historic Bank Building, while another occupies a former fire station in Ellicott City. A third spot, launched in 2020 at Clarksville Commons, offers workspace within a town center setting. Throughout these spaces, the owners prioritize flexible coworking memberships without lease commitments.

Cost: An un-dedicated desk starts at $200 per month. No lease is required.

Baltimore Unity Hall

1505 Eutaw Pl., Madison Park

Baltimore Unity Hall specializes in office space for small community-based organizations, as well as coworking space on its second floor with a conference room, artist studios and exhibition spaces.

Cost: Contact for rates and availability; coworking starts at $125 per month.

Reveille Grounds

1401 Severn St., Suite 250, Pigtown

Reveille Grounds, a coworking space designed for active military personnel, veterans and their families, opened in Pigtown last year.

Cost: Membership starts at $50 per month.

Impact Hub Baltimore

10 E. North Ave., Station North

Charles Street isn’t exactly positioned at the west-east midpoint of the city; however, Impact Hub Baltimore sits close to this dividing point near the major north-south artery. The 8,000-square-foot coworking space fosters a community of startups and initiatives dedicated to driving social change. Despite leadership transitions, it has upheld its original mission of providing affordable coworking opportunities for entrepreneurs.

Cost: Connect memberships start at $50 per month for professionals. Impact Hub Baltimore also offers student memberships for $30 per month and day passes for $15.

Hub Baltimore

217 N. Charles St., Downtown

This space previously housed the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore offices. Available spaces comprise a blend of private workstations and corporate offices.

Cost: Private workstations are available for $350 per month.


1215 E. Fort Ave. Suite 200, Locust Point

Part of the set of projects that grew out of Locust Point- and metaverse-based Mindgrub over the last few years, Mindhub houses a mix of companies and workers seeking various coworking and office options. Offerings range from open-floor workspaces for solo tenants to private offices, with options to mix. Those using the space can access rentable conference rooms, free parking, lounges and a climbing wall.

Cost: Open-floor workspaces start at $400 per month, with private offices starting from $650 to $850 per month.

The Cube

4709 Harford Rd., Hamilton-Lauraville

The Cube’s mission extends beyond providing memberships, private offices and virtual mailing addresses. Its leadership is dedicated to supporting both parents and entrepreneurs while offering amenities such as a podcast recording space, small and large meeting rooms and childcare services.

Cost: $35 for a day pass; Content Only membership for $75 per day; Unlimited Monthly Membership at $165 per month.


1014 W. 36th St., Hampden

Formerly a church, Co-Balt now features a beer garden in its rear. The building accommodates a variety of businesses and caters to Baltimore’s startups, small teams, nonprofits, remote workers and entrepreneurs.

Cost: Contact for rates and availability.

Charles Village Exchange

2526 St. Paul St., Charles Village

Designed for freelancers seeking a workspace outside their homes, this traditional rowhome-based space appeals not only to tech enthusiasts but also to writers and other small business owners.

Cost: Monthly prices range from $275 to $300, with lease durations available on a monthly, six-month or one-year basis.

The Beauty Hub

1102 N. Rolling Rd., Catonsville

Are you looking to up your content and co-work? This community space offering a cafe, lounge, photography, a podcast studio and free Wi-Fi may be for you.

Cost: Contact for pricing and availability.

Venture X 

10490 Little Patuxent Pkwy., Suite 600, Columbia
8865 Stanford Blvd., Suite 202, Columbia

This international coworking brand offers a mix of private offices, open-concept spaces, dedicated desks and conference rooms throughout its locations in Columbia Town Center and the East Columbia Business District. Like many of the Columbia locations on this list, the Venture X spaces are easily accessible to the range of retail, restaurants and roads that characterize life in this Howard County hub.

Cost: Virtual offices, which offer tenants mailboxes and discounts on meeting rooms, among other perks, start at $59 per month. The dedicated spaces’ starting monthly costs range from $145 for a community membership to $500 for a private office.


100 International Dr., 23rd Floor, Harbor East
400 E. Pratt St., 8th Floor, Inner Harbor
200 E. Pratt St., Inner Harbor/Harborplace
145 W. Ostend St., Sharp-Leadenhall/Stadium Square
1 Olympic Pl. #900, Towson
100 West Rd., Suite 300, Towson
1829 Reisterstown Rd., Suite 350, Pikesville
10451 Mill Run Cir., Owings Mills
201 International Cir., Suite 230, Hunt Valley
10320 Little Patuxent Pkwy., Suite 200, Columbia
6700 Alexander Bell Dr., Suite 200, Columbia
10440 Little Patuxent Pkwy., Suite 300, Columbia
8115 Maple Lawn Blvd., Suite 350, Fulton

This national coworking chain has numerous spaces across Maryland, including four (with another promised in Fells Point) in Baltimore City. But buyers (or renters) beware: At least some of the metro Baltimore spaces have poor Google ratings and reviews.

But if you’re still interested, you can call the 1-888 number to ask about office space, coworking, virtual offices or meeting rooms. According to its website, Regus has been in the office space business for over 30 years.

Cost: Contact for pricing and availability.


12 W. Madison St., Mt. Vernon
1724 W. Maryland Ave., Station North

The CO-OP at 1734 Maryland Ave. offers a selection of office suites suitable for various professional tenants, featuring approximately 30 individual suites and two floors for larger tenants totaling 4,500 square feet each. Amenities include on-site parking, a cafe, health and wellness facilities and a scenic outdoor patio overlooking the Jones Falls. This space is close to Penn Station, Light Rail, I-83 and bus routes. The Mount Vernon space offers utilities, 24-hour access and more in a restored mansion from the mid-1800s.

Cost: Contact for info on rates and options.

Brewers Hill Hub

3700 O’Donnell St., Brewers Hill

Brewers Hill Hub has a mix of offices, suites and desks inside of the Natty Boh Tower for tech startups and creative firms. There’s a roof deck with views of the harbor — and Mr. Boh.

Cost: Desks start at $150 per month.

Vision Federal Hill and Fells Point

12 W. Montgomery St., Federal Hill
1617 Eastern Ave., Fells Point

These spaces offer round-the-clock access along with a blend of privacy conducive to productivity and opportunities for community connections. They boast lofts above desk space, along with an atrium area serving as a communal gathering spot with a coffee bar. Flexibility extends to the second floor, which houses a mix of apartments and workspaces. Additional services include conference room availability and a golf simulator.

Cost: $250 per month

City House Baltimore

Do you have commitment issues? City House Six East Eager provides both coworking memberships and privately leased offices. City House memberships cater to individuals seeking flexible workspaces without long-term commitments. The space, from a company with another space in Charleston, South Carolina, also has a day pass option.

Cost: Those interested must apply to find out.

Open Works

1400 Greenmount Ave., Station North

This large maker space is on the verge of opening a second location in West Baltimore, according to executive director Will Holman. For now, this facility supports startups with production tools and community outreach resources. It serves as a hub for the Greenmount West and Johnston Square communities, with a focus on launching local businesses.

Cost: A straightforward all-access level is available for $80 per month, with other offerings ranging from $25 per day to more comprehensive resident memberships at $185 per month.

This article has been updated to include additional locations. 

Companies: Impact Hub Baltimore / Open Works / Spark Baltimore / Enoch Pratt Free Library / Towson University

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