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Los Angeles Co-Working
You could be a native Angeleno who was born in the parking lot of the Hollywood Bowl or a starry-eyed kid from Corntown, USA who just got off the bus yesterday. Either way, in Los Angeles there are dozens of co-working locations from Long Beach to Burbank where you can work on getting your own little piece of the Southern California dream.
What Are My options?
The variety of co-working locations in Los Angeles befits a city that has so much to offer. There are shared office spaces in the center of downtown, near the beach in Santa Monica, out on the Westside and down in Long Beach. To put it another way - you should be able to find one that’s near you so you don’t get stuck too long in that wonderful LA traffic. In addition to WeWork - probably the best known company in the industry - you can also find dozens of locations with Regus, and 6 run by Spaces in LA and the surrounding area.
What Are the Prices Like?
If you’re looking to set up shop at a WeWork in Los Angeles, you’ll find that the prices are similar to what you’ll find elsewhere, and that location is key. For instance, if you go for a hot desk at the Vine street location in Hollywood, you’ll pay $450 per month, $100 more than you would for a hot desk at the Long Beach location. You can also see a big difference when it comes to renting a private office. For example, if you want to set up a dedicated office at the Pasadena location, it’ll set you back $580 per month per person. If you’d prefer to be downtown, that office will run you $1,330 per month per person.
Regus runs dozens of workspaces across the LA area from Thousand Oaks to Riverside. The prices vary by location, with the most affordable being a location in La Palma that runs just $9.20-12.70 per day for a work spot. On the high end, you can pay around $30 per day for a work spot at a location on Arizona Avenue in Santa Monica or about the same at locations on Wilshire boulevard and Sunset Boulevard. At Spaces, you can get a private office at the National Plaza in downtown LA starting at $639 per month, while shared spaces and dedicated work spaces in the office run $259 and $299 per month respectively. At the Orange County location the prices are a bit easier for a private office - $569 and up per month, while a dedicated desk will run you $389 per month.
What Does My Co-Working Space Provide?
No matter where in LA you decide to take your work, you can expect to find the same attention to detail, aesthetics, and the wellness of your headspace that co-working spaces have become known for. Most locations will also feature standard amenities such as:
  • Ultra-fast internet
  • Spacious, unique common areas
  • Business-class printers
  • Free drinks (including fruit water and fresh, micro-roasted coffee)
  • Private phone booths so you can take that call in peace
  • Discounts at local businesses
  • Relaxation room
  • Free parking
  • Onsite staff to help you out
  • Professional and social events - network and chill™
So...Where Are We Co-working?
Everybody knows LA for Hollywood, the recording industry, and the countless beautiful people from all points across the world who have staked their dreams on southern California. That’s only part of the story though, and no matter what your business or the dreams you’re chasing, you can get things moving at one of the city’s many co-working locations.
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