The 5 Best Delaware Coworking Spaces of 2020

One-third of your life is spent at work, so where you work and who you work with is important. The 9-5 culture is losing popularity as more and more individuals are opting to use coworking spaces, which are shared office spaces used by groups and individuals. Statista predicted that by 2027, 50.9% of the total U.S workforce will be freelancing. Coworking allows people to find flexible, affordable office spaces that they can grow into. Individuals have reported that coworking has expanded their professional networks and made them more motivated, engaged, happy, and successful.

If you are a telecommuter, entrepreneur, freelancer, small business, a budding startup, or a remote worker looking for a shared office, here are the top five coworking spaces in Delaware.

The Mill – Wilmington

Located in the center of downtown Wilmington, Delaware, The Mill is a community of entrepreneurs, remote workers, startups, and established businesses that is unmatched by any other coworking space in the area. Their motto is to work hard, play harder, and get things done. The Mill’s Membership options start at just $60 per month for their community membership, which gives you full access to their space. They also have dedicated desks for $300+ per month, private offices for $850+ per month, and virtual offices for $90 per month.

1313 – Wilmington

313 is much more than just a coworking space. They connect business leaders and universities to transform Wilmington into the epitome of innovation. Their mission is to “enrich Delaware’s business community by being the most groundbreaking resource for professionals and students.” Membership starts at just $75 per month for either a virtual office, which gives you a mailing and virtual address or a hot desk, which provides you with 24/7 access to 1313’s coworking space. They also have dedicated desks starting at $300 per month and private offices starting at $500 per month.

NextFab – Wilmington

Located in the heart of Wilmington’s Creative District, NextFab Wilmington is focused on revitalizing and supporting Wilmington’s community. They provide individuals with the tools, technology, and the professional network they need to succeed. You can choose from department workshops, offices, communal space, and flexible space that they will tailor to your needs. If you want to be a part of this community of passionate and collaborative makers who you can share with and learn from, NextFab has many classes and membership options that you can choose from. For $299 per month, you get unlimited access to any of their locations and $200 monthly credits for classes and machine use.

The General Store – Rockland

Minutes from downtown Wilmington, the General Store is committed to creating a great work experience. They encourage and provide community building among their members which include start-ups, independent professionals, entrepreneurs, and small business teams. The General Store also offers modern amenities to fit your business needs. You can get a commuter membership for $99 per month, which gives you a business address and use of conference rooms, or a personal desk for $375 per month.

RH Gallery & Studios – Hockessin

Roderick Hidalgo, a Hockessin-based artist, opened RH Gallery & Studios. It is not your typical workspace filled with techies. It is a creative work and show space dedicated to providing the local art community with a place to create, become inspired and experience art with no boundaries.

Devon Feuer