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The top 20 coworking and shared office space in Toronto by neighbourhood

Coworking and shared office space in Toronto is now abundant with facilities in many neighbourhoods across the city. These membership-based venues allows teams or individuals to hunker down in bright and beautiful work spaces with loads of perks.

Here are my picks for the top coworking and shared office spaces in Toronto by neighbourhood.

Castlefield Design District

A work and office space as well as event space, The Collective Workspace is a true gem in this neighbourhood. With trendy design and the option to book either a day-pass or choose from tiered memberships, you'll be excited to go in to the office here.

Corktown

With locations in both Corktown and Riverside, The East Room is an aesthetically pleasing dream for anyone looking to rent a space for a team, individual drop-ins, or even just to hang out in communal spaces.

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The East Room offers stylish communal spaces and private workspace.

Corso Italia

Located just between St. Clair West and Corso Italia, Lokaal is a light, modern space designed by the award-winning Dubbledam Architecture+Design. With a range of membership plans, there are options to suit every need.

Chinatown

Now with 10 locations across the city, Workhaus is perhaps the ultimate go-to coworking space in the city. Their Chinatown location on Spadina is filled with natural light and is home to shared desks, individual desks, and private offices.

Don Mills

Lauft is Don Mills' newest coworking space. You can rent a desk for as little as $5 an hour ($35 per day) or a private workroom for $275 a day. Lauft also has other locations in the city.

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Lauft is a newly-opened space inside the Shops at Don Mills.

Entertainment District

Coworking giant WeWork has locations across Toronto — two on King St. West plus others on Richmond, University, Bay, and Peter. The Richmond location offers private offices on six floors and team lunches, and it's nestled right on top of Osgoode Station, making your commute easy. 

Etobicoke

Touted as the neighbourhood's first loft-style coworking space, Workco offers everything from dedicated desks and day passes to offices suitable for up to 10 team members. Dedicated desk memberships start at $540 monthly.

Financial District

With three locations — Queen and UniversityKing and University, and Yonge and Richmond — iQ Offices are great options for small teams and fast growing startups. Their well-appointed coworking spaces include private offices, shared desks, conference rooms, lounge areas, and reception.

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iQ Office has three locations in the Financial District.

Junction Triangle

Digital professionals, creatives, and entrepreneurs meet at LabTO. Increase your remote working or small business-growing in this creative space complete with comfortable chairs, skylights, custom desks, and access at all hours of the day.

King East

You need to apply to be a member of Signal, a co-working space for those working with music, sound, or video. The space comes complete with recording and production studios.

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Music professionals find a one-stop shop for work at Signal.

King West

Project Spaces focuses on providing effective, comfortable workspaces for entrepreneurs and startups. The space offers 24/7 access, lockable storage, and all the staples.

Liberty Village

A place to surround yourself with other independent thinkers in a non-cubical environment, The Fueling Station offers desks, meeting rooms, and virtual offices. There are also boardrooms, cleaning services, shared kitchens, and office socials. It's a wide-open space filled with brick and beams.

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Liberty Village's Fueling Station is nestled in among a buzzing community.

Little India

Artists, environmentalists, and social entrepeneurs will love the Riverdale Hub. It's a spot that houses the Social Gardener Cafe, Riverdale Gallery, unique rental spaces, and environmental initiatives. They also have edible gardens and rentable offices and desks.

North York

Venture X offers a blend of flexible workspace and office rentals for whatever your work life needs. Designated desks start at $525 a month, while private offices start at $1,000 a month. Membership also includes an on-site kitchen, event space, and unlimited coffee and tea.

Queen West

Spaces, one of the city's most popular coworking chains, has locations all across the city, but their John Street location features a rooftop patio for the best coffee break you could hope for.

Scarborough

Merge Spaces is a funky, creative space that makes going to work fun. Offering bottomless coffee and a games lounge in addition to your desk, office, or boardroom rental, you might even walk out of work feeling better than when you came in.

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Merge Spaces puts a big emphasis on making work fun.

West Queen West

Acme Works on Niagara St. boasts 8,600 square feet of industrial space. Everything from the floor to the walls to the decor are designer, making for a beautiful spot to have meetings or get creative.

Yonge & Bloor

One of the newer coworking spaces in the neighbourhood, Industrious offers daily breakfast and snacks, craft coffee and tea, weekly Happy Hour, and a wellness room in addition to your workspace.

Yonge & Eglinton

With three locations in the GTA, the Village Hive's Midtown location offers flexible options with 24/7 access, dedicated desks, and free meeting room hours.

Yonge & Wellesley

Loco Space is a bright, colourful spot with over 6,000 square feet of workspace for you to explore. If you're visiting for the first time, you can get a free day pass through their website to test out if the workspace is for you.

Lead photo by

WeWork. With contributions from Phil Villeneuve.


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