If you’re reading this newsletter while wearing a button-down shirt + pajama bottoms, it might be safe to say you work from home, and that’s totally the new norm.
Did you know it’s estimated that 25% of all professional jobs in North America will be remote by the end of this year? Studies also show that remote opportunities will continue to increase well into next year.
From places where you can bring your furry friend to an office that doubles as a creative event space, here are five unique coworking places in Austin. In addition to Wi-Fi, these spots have some pretty sweet amenities.
💼 Work & Woof, 4930 S. Congress, Bldg. A
It’s all in the name, y’all. This coworking space offers free Dog Daycare (included in membership), open desks, and private offices. Amenities: Google Fiber, printing services, a kitchen, and office supplies.
💼 The Cathedral, 2403 E. 16th St.
Stay focused while getting work done in this refurbished church from the 1930s, which is a coworking space by day + event space by night (we’re talking weddings and art shows). Amenities: a large parking area, phone booths for private calls, and kitchen.
💼 The Commune, 101 E. N. Loop Blvd.
Welcoming artists and creatives, this is a coworking space that also features areas for workshops and events. Amenities: Outdoor courtyard, photo studio, lockers, and kitchen.
💼 WeWork: SXSW Center, 1400 Lavaca St.
You had us at SXSW. Promoting creativity, innovation, and collaboration, this workspace is located in the same building as the SXSW headquarters. Amenities: Mother’s room, bike storage, outdoor space, and wellness room.
💼 Fibercove, 1700 S. Lamar Blvd., #338
This coworking space hosts events such as chess tournaments, happy hours, and “Lunch & Learn” sessions. Amenities: 24-hour access, podcast studio, and free parking.
Know of any other cool coworking spaces in Austin? We would love to check it out. Let us know here.