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10 Largest Coworking Companies from US

The U.S. economy is slowly regaining traction after 2 quarters of economic contraction in 2022, and the coworking spaces market has seen a particularly active year. Co-working operators continued to innovate in an effort to keep up with the rapidly changing trends of the up-and-coming market segment. Check our list with the top 10 largest coworking companies from US, in case you are searching some shared or private office space for you or your company.
US Coworking Spaces

Finding the best coworking company in US is not as hard as is used to be. They are all continuously seeking for new members, so the trend of awareness is huge these days. Most of these companies have locations in different cities, so wherever you are searching for a coworking, shared or flexible space, we are confident you will find one quickly.


List of the largest coworking companies in U.S.:


In case you are searching for some coworking options near you, or flexible office space, you may consider the following companies:

1. Regus

Regus offers office space, virtual office, co-working, and meeting rooms in 475 cities across the U.S. Established in 1989, with the headquarters in Luxemburg, Regus is best known for offering private offices for one or two people.

With over 830 spaces in the USA, and approximately 3,000 spaces in 120 countries around the globe, Regus is definitely the largest network of co-working spaces and serviced offices in the world.

2. WeWork

WeWork Company


WeWork Inc. is a provider of coworking spaces, including physical and virtual shared spaces, headquartered in New York City. It provides flexible workspace solutions, including traditional offices, shared workspaces, office suites with private amenities.

WeWork’s shared workspace concept has gone from a single location in New York City to more than 246 coworking locations in U.S, including 70 locations in Manhattan alone. Currently they manage approximately 700 locations across the globe.

By the end of 2022, it had more than 30 times that, leasing more than 10 million square feet of space. It counts 20,000 companies as customers, with the fastest-growing segment being companies with 1,000 employees or more.

3. Industrious

Industrious Spaces

Established in 2013, Industrious Office uses a different business model than most of the other large flexible space companies. They have flexible leasing offers and members can choose between different types of offices and different tiers of monthly memberships.

With over 130 locations across 40 cities in the U.S., it delivers, according to members who say they love the staff, facilities, and flexibility. With all this, you’re certain to find a package that suits you just right.

4. Spaces


Spaces is now operating 466 locations in 50 countries, and its purpose was to be a direct competitor with WeWork. It was acquired in 2014 by Regus, and is specializes in the larger, open, shared space that many people associate with the coworking industry.

As of now Spaces has offices in Europe, Africa, the Americas, Asia, and the Pacific. Their key differentiator is its large network and the possibility to access all the spaces with their flexible memberships, so users will always have the choice.

The U.S. portfolio of Spaces currently comprises 117 coworking offices.

5. Impact Hub

Impact Hup Company

Established in 2005, with over 100 locations across 50 countries and counting, ImpactHub focused on building communities of entrepreneurs for impact at scale. With same vibrant community, inspiration, and a great place to work in mind, ImpactHub currently have 14 locations in US.

They also hosts community events at each of its locations to foster camaraderie and collaboration amongst its different tenants.

6. Knotel

Knotel Spaces

Knotel has over 200 locations across four continents, as well as seven locations in the USA, and is one of the leading companies in the co-working industry. Some of the locations worth to mention are: New York, San Francisco, London, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Paris, Berlin, Toronto, Boston, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.

7. Bond Collective

Bond Collective offers coworking spaces at multiple locations in New York, California, Illinois, and Texas. It thoughtfully curates boutique work environments that provide an unmatched experience. 24-hour access to all locations, custom build-outs, and business-class services with a personal touch.

8. Venture X

Venture X started in 2012 with a single location in Naples, Florida, and started franchising in 2016. With nearly 50 locations in the USA, and several others worldwide, they also have a broader collaborative network geared towards pushing organizations and individuals to succeed. Although Venture X has locations across the country, most of its spaces are in Florida and Texas, with several additional sites currently in development.

Venture X describes its coworking spaces as a blend of boutique hotel and modern office styles with a high level of design that feels professional and welcoming.

9. Galvanize

Their unique shared office space is designed to bring entrepreneurs, students and enterprise companies together under one roof to create a one-of-a-kind tech ecosystem. With eight locations across the U.S., Galvanize puts a heavy emphasis on education, calling itself a learning community for technology.

Navigate, like most of the other coworking space companies, offer virtual office memberships, open desk memberships and private offices. They offer locations across the District, from Georgetown to the Northwest to M Street to Pennsylvania Avenue. When you choose Navigate, you’re getting access to top-tier service and amenities, common spaces, conference rooms, and more—side-by-side with a vibrant network of local entrepreneurs.

In Virginia you can choose one of the locations in Tysons, Herndon, Alexandria, Arlington, and National Landing, which drive maximum convenience for the region’s movers and shakers. Another locations you may find in Maryland and Philadelphia.


Please note that our top list of coworking companies is not ordered by size.

Coworking Industry Overview

According to, the number of coworking spaces worldwide is projected to reach almost 20,000 this year and cross over 40,000 by 2024. While the industry is set to grow at a slower pace in 2020, we expect growth to rebound and develop even more rapidly from 2021 onwards, with a yearly growth rate of 21.3%. (source)


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