The ten best coworking spaces in Berlin for utmost productivity

It’s well known that freelancers and artists like to get away from their own four walls and enjoy the benefits that come from working around other people. And they’re not the only ones. A number of startups are also looking for the ideal conditions to bring their ideas and concepts to life or set up important meetings.

Rising demand and the fast, dynamic development of digital projects have produced more and more coworking spaces around the country. They offer services ranging from fast Internet to excellently equipped meeting rooms to delicious coffee. These landlords know how to ensure teams a pleasant and effective collaborative environment.

The METRO Accelerator team has also made its home in a coworking space in the heart of the capital and is working on the program development from the Mindspace. Here is a list of the hippest coworking spaces in Berlin that allow business ideas or collaborations to flourish:

Transistor Berlin

In the middle of Kreuzberg, this building with its industrial factory charm provides optimal conditions for business meetings. Besides a large kitchen and an inviting lounge, each workspace has its own large desk and ergonomic chairs. Take a quick look at their website. The coworking space also provides a business address, which young startups especially will find essential in creating a professional image.

Agora Collective

The Agora Collective in Berlin-Neukölln is considered one of the most comfortable and generously equipped coworking spaces in the capital. The rooms, flooded with light, have 24 hour access and a range of quiet or dynamic workspaces. A small garden makes an inviting place to relax after a hard day’s work. Their current price list can be found here.


The rooms close to the neighborhood around Bergmannstraße resemble a classic office and provide exciting collaborative opportunities thanks to its international members and the collaboration on creative projects. The offer includes not only fresh fruit but also good value for your money in general:

St. Oberholz

This comfortable café in the heart of Berlin not only provides culinary specialties, but one of the best coworking spaces in the city as well. Apart from coffee, fast WiFi and access to their exclusive member events, you can also take advantage of the ability to work in two different places. Night owls can also rent the space from 6pm to 10am. You can find more information here.


There are a lot of coworking advantages in being a member of betahaus in Berlin Kreuzberg. You can choose from various options (part time, full time or team room) and reserve the rooms for various lengths of time. The large rooms provide the perfect opportunity for team workshops.

Square House

The Square House is one of the most inexpensive coworking spaces in Berlin. Located in the western part of the city, right outside of Nollendorf subway station, startups can rent well-equipped office spaces for affordable prices. Their website among other things provides information on their large conference room where you can hold important meetings with business partners or have a quiet moment for yourself, if needed.

Tante Renate

Tante Renate in Berlin Mitte is one of the most creative and, at 230 square meters, one of the largest coworking spaces in the city. The natural wood furniture paired with a minimalistic style creates a feeling of well-being that allows for a pleasant work atmosphere. An alarm system and security guards ensure ample security:

Rainmaking Loft

Close to Checkpoint Charlie, Rainmaking Loft’s well-equipped and modern spaces provide optimal working conditions for startups. Having just expanded in Berlin after London, this coworking space provides its members with a comfortable environment in which to do their work. About 80 work spaces on over 1000 square meters are available to creatives. What makes the Rainmaking Loft so special is that whoever books a desk in Berlin, gets one in London too – and vice versa.

Roof Up

This coworking space looks out over the roofs of Berlin. The spaces are as bright and inviting as the amazing view, you can also rent an even larger conference room on request. Roof Up hosts regular events where members can make exciting new contacts and expand their network.


ESDIP in Friedrichshain offers the optimal solution for last-minute meetings with business partners. The office provides room for 50 people as well as beamers, whiteboards, vegan snacks, a football table and lots of networking space. Check out for a look at their sun filled rooms.

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