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Best Coworking Spaces in Brickell

Do you need a change of scenery from that dormant and lifeless office space that you currently work in? By working in a Coworking Area you can rent out space and work in a fun environment alongside other innovators. Miami is now the second most entrepreneurial city in the United States, which means business owners are constantly on the lookout for affordable and professional spaces to work. If you want rent out a Coworking space in Miami these are some properties you need to check out.

Capital One Cafe

850 South Miami Ave


You can find the convenient Capital One Cafe in the Capital One Building on South Miami Avenue. This popular hotspot is a relaxing place to sit back, enjoy a warm some fresh joe and get to work. There is free wifi that is reliable enough to get your tasks completed on time. We personally find that Capital One Cafe is a great rendezvous spot for quick meetings between friends and associates. One really unique perk that sets Capital One Cafe apart from its contemporaries is that if you are part of a non-profit, student or alumni organization you can also book a “Private Community Room” for meeting space during normal business hours.

Hive Brickell

1548 Brickell Avenue


Hive Brickell is one of those locations that anybody feels right at home in. Its design epitomizes a home setting but also tangos with the balance of a work setting to optimize your mental output. One of the fascinating things about Hive is that there is no requirement to have a long term commitment. Hive offers semi-private and private office spaces that are available on an hourly, daily or monthly basis. It’s the best of both worlds: your own personalized office free of any hassles and binding agreements. Semi-private office spaces options begin at $500 per month, $75 per day or $25 per hour.

Quest Workspaces

1395 Brickell Ave and 777 Brickell Ave


Work. Stay. Play. That is the motto at Quest Workspaces. Their 1395 Brickell location at the Brickell Arch is meant to be the full lifestyle and luxury experience not just for you but for your clients as well. Quest Workspaces contains spacious conference rooms with spectacular views. You can also enjoy a cup of coffee on the 25th floor of the Conrad Hilton overlooking Key Biscayne or a stay at their exclusive newly remodeled Questers’ Only Condo on the 33rd Floor. You can come relax at the Conrad Spa or work up a sweat at the Crossfit Vida or the tennis courts as well. Rates for workspaces start at $499 per month at Quest.

Building Co Miami

120 SW 8th St


Perhaps one of the most innovative workspaces in the city Building Co Miami is a sight to behold. Jose “Hutch” Rasco and Juan Diego Calle wanted to help other tech companies succeed in the city that they love. To bring this dream to life, they envisioned a physical space where local tech entrepreneurs could gather, learn, collaborate, and grow their businesses together like a little slice of Silicon Valley in the 305. Building Co is home to some of Miami’s top tech companies and startups, and the founders’ vision is being brought to life every day. At Building Co individual desks start at $550 per month.1

Pipeline Brickell

1101 Brickell Ave South


Pipeline Brickell is the place for you if you are an independent professional, a small business team, or an entrepreneur with a fresh company. This corporate building provides its members with a dynamic learning environment in a desirable location. The aesthetic of this coworking space is unmatched comprising of modern furnishing and vibrant decorations enabling your creative juices to flow and allowing you to work at your optimal level. Pipeline offices also offer a variety of conference rooms and event spaces.  Office rates start at $649 per month.


Brickell: The Overnight Neighborhood

It is a well-known fact that development in Brickell has skyrocketed since the turn of the century. All you have to do to verify this is take a promenade throughout the district and you’ll notice the numerous hardhats, heavy equipment, and projects in progress found in the area. A 2013 npr report found that 25 to 30 towers were in the planning or development stage for Brickell, many of which you can find information about by clicking here. The recent surge of growth in Brickell can be attributed to multiple factors, all of which are discussed below.

Brickell Development

First and foremost, Florida’s, and by extension Miami’s, conservative economic policies spur growth rather than hinder it. The city of Miami does not resist development, as opposed to other cities found across the United States. The policies in place encourage real estate development projects, which has ultimately led to massive housing and office projects in the recent years. In addition to this, the absence of income tax in Florida and the low per capita tax rate, which is the nation’s 4th lowest, has much facilitated this progress. This, in turn, has also steered Brickell to become an international banking center. Brickell alone houses 53 banks, and on top of that many more international finance firms (which focus on development across seas), all which has resulted in Brickell being considered a global finance capital. Considering the points aforementioned, it makes sense that the finance industry, in conjunction with the real estate and insurance industries, account for 17% of the jobs in Brickell.

Given these factors, it should not come as a surprise that the population in Brickell has more than doubled to 28,000 since the early 2000s. This influx in people has come from all around the world, but a large percentage relocated from Latin America and New York. In Brickell, 2/3 of the demands for units come from South America, many of which are investors who are interested in acquiring assets or purchasing ‘getaway homes’. There is such a large demand in Miami from Latin Americans due to the fact that the vast majority of the population speaks Spanish. As for New Yorkers, maybe it’s the warm climate, because between 2009 and 2013, 22,000 of them moved to Miami. Lisa Selin Davis, from realtor.com, described the arrival of New Yorkers as “the Manhattanization of Miami: the skyscrapers, the prices,” both of which we have seen naught but rise. Many snow birds are purchasing homes in Brickell and this is the route cause of seeing more mobility scooters & power wheelchairs driving around on the sidewalks. Companies like Mobility Scooters Direct have stated their sales are increasing primarily from residents from the North East despite being located in South Florida.

Brickell Condos

However, the reasons for Brickell’s development go further than the ones described above. It’s the buzzing culture, the beaches and tropical climate, the nightlife, and exquisite restaurants. As Scott Beyer phrased it in his article on Forbes.com, “Brickell has arguably surpassed downtown [Miami] in cultural significance… there is something about Brickell that much personifies the new Miami: it is rich, multicultural, and intensive, having become an “overnight neighborhood” of gleaming skyscrapers whose designs and coloration reflect the coral blue waters of Biscayne Bay.”