The 5 Best Tennessee 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 Tennessee.

TheCO – Jackson

TheCO is an amazing community of tech gurus, gamers, illustrators, and others who learn from and supporting each other’s endeavors. TheCO has a space for everyone from intimate two-person meeting rooms to event space accommodating 150 people. You can get access to the workspace for $75 per month. For $300, you get added benefits like a dedicated desk, computer monitor, brand representation, and a filing cabinet. You can also get a day pass for $25.

Muletown Collective – Columbia

Just minutes away from historic downtown Columbia, Muletown Collective is a group of freelancers, entrepreneurs, and creative professionals with a fun and focused vibe. They compare their workspace to working at your favorite coffee shop with subtle music, conversations, open seating, and coffee, of course. Two days of access is $29, six days is $69, 12 days is $129, and unlimited 24/7 access is $199 per month.

Society of Work – Chattanooga

Located in the heart of Chattanooga’s Innovation District, The Society of Work is designed to help like-minded people connect and create amazing things together. One member wrote, “Society of Work is THE place to work and connect. I’m so grateful to have this place as source of focus + networking. There is no value I could place on how great this place has been for my work life/flow. And I love the feel of the coworking spaces, the vibe the building, and the amenities it provides!” You can get access to a community desk from $150 per month, a reserved desk from $350 per month, or a private office starting from $560 a month. They also offer day passes starting from $25.

Center 615 – Nashville

Center 615 is a three-building campus located on Main Street just 1.5 miles from downtown Nashville. You can focus, brainstorm, and collaborate in these uniquely designed spaces. Members enjoy 24/7 access to all three locations. Membership options include drifter desks with 8 am- 8 pm access seven days a week for $275 per month and designated desks with 24/7 access for $400 per month. They also offer private offices ranging from $935 to $2,350.

WELD – Nashville

Weld is a place where creative professionals can thrive. Photographers, filmmakers, and small creative teams love WELD’s atmosphere, which offers a natural light studio, blacklight studio, meeting rooms, event space, and office and small team spaces. Membership starts at $400 per month for 24/7 access, unlimited workspace access, and endless studio days. Weld also has dedicated desks for $600 per month, offices for $1,000 per month, and premiere space for $2,000 per month.

Devon Feuer
Devon Feuer