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Pittsburgh coworking guide: 17 places to find a desk, office, community and more

From the Southside to Downtown, the city has a variety of options for remote employees or founders who need a space to get things done.

The lounge at the Emerald City coworking space (Atiya Irvin-Mitchell/

Home might be where the heart is, but you might need a more professional environment to host meetings or hone your business plans. Or you might just want a change of surroundings and the chance to meet new people.

From the Southside to Downtown, Pittsburgh has a variety of coworking options for remote employees or founders who need a space to get things done.

Many are locally owned. Some have a concentration on community, some on building a business, others on creation of goods. There are also a handful of desk and office options run by large umbrella companies, which come with reciprocal membership around the globe.

Check them out on this map, then scroll down for a summary of amenities and pricing.


218 Oakland Ave.
122 Meyran Ave.
115 Attwood St.
544 Miltenberger St.

Run by InnovatePGH, the nonprofit dedicated to boosting Pittsburgh’s status as a global innovation city, these spaces are intentionally positioned near resources useful to researchers and founders. Each hub is different, but all offer a focus on tech and entrepreneurship.

Cost: $30 for a day pass, $200 a month for a flex desk, $300 a month for dedicated desk, private offices starting at $800 a month

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


100 S. Commons

This North Side-based coworking space — the city’s largest, it boasts — offers flex desks, private offices, programming and discounted parking at Nova Place’s garage.

Cost: $30 for a day pass, $100 per month to drop in as you need, $315 for a dedicated desk, offices starting at $630 per month


6401 Penn Ave.

As evidenced by its accelerator program, this East Liberty spot is built for entrepreneurs, but also welcomes freelancers and startup employees — and anyone else. In addition to desks, it offers educational programming and members-only events.

Cost: $40 for a day pass, $200 a month for a flexible desk, $800 and up for private offices


4 Smithfield St.
429 Fourth Ave.

This outfit with two Downtown locations caters to young companies with options like virtual mailbox plus live call answering and low-cost suites for small teams. You can also stop by for flex desks available by the day, or pay for a private office with a river view.

Cost: $55 for a virtual office package, $30 for coworking, $75 for a private office, $120 for a team suite

Code & Supply

5648 Friendship Ave.

In addition to being a volunteer-driven community made up of thousands of software professionals, this workspace offers treadmills, conference rooms, community learning events, and a space to work while getting to know others.

Cost: $75 per month for drop in, $175 per month for a workspace access membership, and $275 per month for a resident membership


5428 Walnut St.
2681 Sidney St.
149 W. Bridge St., Homestead

COHatch offers Wi-Fi, coffee, workshops, meeting rooms and even free use of the space to host events — anything ranging from a launch party to a wedding. Members can choose from a trio of locations: Shadyside, the Waterfront or SouthSide Works. Pricing varies according to how many hours you think you’ll be there.

Cost: $120 per month for a starter membership (20 hours + 1 hour of meeting room use), $199 for part-time (80 hrs + 3 hrs of meeting rooms), $270 for unlimited

Emerald City

213 Smithfield St.

This locally run, Black-owned coworking space in the Pitt Building offers reservable conference rooms, event space rentals, concierge services, curated programming, mail sorting and forwarding and a big concentration on community.

Cost: $150 per month for flex space plus priority booking of events, $250 per month for a dedicated desk

Fulton Commons

1546 Fulton St.

This North Side coworking space that’s locally owned and operated boasts of its great natural light and furniture made of wood and natural materials. It also has a shared commercial kitchen for food-oriented entrepreneurs, and runs a packaged food incubator and accelerator.

Cost: $150 per month for unlimited communal space access, $220 per month for a dedicated desk, $450 per month for a private office

947 Coworking

947 Liberty Ave.

Named after its address, this space offers dedicated or flex desks and access to a Zoom/podcast room. There’s also a community message board.

Cost: $180 per month for flex desks, $350 per month for a dedicated spot

Liberty Bank Building

6101 Penn Ave.

Run by the same company as 947, this East Pittsburgh space has bike storage, privacy booths, offices, event spaces and private conference rooms. There’s also a drop-in option.

Cost: $40 per day, $180 per month for flex, $300 per month for a dedicated desk, $650 per month for a private office

OneValley at the Roundhouse

4165 Blair St.

This coworking space in a former steel mill at Hazelwood Green has desks, conference rooms, private offices, beer on tap, and is wheelchair accessible. It also has showers (in case your efforts have you working through the night?).

Cost: We’ve reached out for details and will update when we hear back.

Paramount Film Exchange 

1727 Boulevard of the Allies

A startup hub in the historic building that once was home to the Paramount Film distribution hub, this space offers a large common space, four conference rooms, two kitchens, and lots of offices. Bathrooms are ADA accessible.

Cost: $30 for a day pass, $50 per month for a community membership, $200 per month for a flex desk, $300 per month for a dedicated desk, $750-$850 per month for private offices

Workspace Factory LLC

3229 W. Liberty Ave.

This Dormant-based space is all about private suites. Any person or company can sign up and receive a dedicated office plus access to a shared kitchen and shared conference room.

Cost: $475 to $800 per month


6901 Lynn Way

Like its name implies, this Point Breeze space is located in a formal industrial warehouse, and along with office space, it still offers options for light industrial manufacturing. There’s an in-house CNC machine, plus a 2-ton crane and other fabrication tools.

Cost: We’ve reached out for details and will update when we hear back.


1001 Liberty Ave.

The Downtown outpost from this national coworking space company offers wellness rooms, networking opportunities, office supplies, and 24/7 access. You can also book meeting rooms for a $75 hourly rate without joining as a member.

Cost: $99 per month for a virtual office, $299 per month for workspace access, and $551 per month for a private office


301 Grant St.
3518 5th Ave. (opening soon)
322 N. Shore Dr.
6425 Living Place
651 Holiday Dr.
650 Washington Rd., Mt. Lebanon
246 Alpha Dr. (opening soon)

This global coworking company has five area locations with two more on the way. All locations offer networking opportunities, IT support and access to the company’s business network. Prices vary, but below listed are memberships that give you access to several of them, plus locations in other cities.

Cost: $119 per month for 5 days of use, $169 per month for 10 days, $219 per month for a dedicated desk, $269 per month for 30 days


6425 Living Place
301 Grant St.

The Netherlands-based coworking company operates two locations in Pittsburgh: one in Bakery Square and another in the One Oxford Centre tower (like Regus, above). Expect dedicated desks, office space, a virtual membership office, and — at the higher price point, complimentary access to thousands of coworking spaces and business lounges around the world.

Cost: $35 per hour for meeting rooms, $99 per month for a virtual office, $229 per month for office space, or $269 per month for reciprocal membership

Atiya Irvin-Mitchell is a 2022-2024 corps member for Report for America, an initiative of The Groundtruth Project that pairs young journalists with local newsrooms. This position is supported by the Heinz Endowments.
Companies: Ascender

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