By: Scott Nishimura1
Not all startups and entrepreneurs work out of their mother’s garage. Many work out of business incubators or coworking spaces, equipped with offices, conference rooms, and other resources for small businesses.
When it comes to coworking space in Fort Worth, there are plenty of options. Some offer networking events. Another has a film studio. Another offers house-made specialty coffee drinks.
Here’s a guide to all the coworking spaces in Fort Worth.
Located on the campus of the former James E. Guinn School, IDEA Works offers office and storage space, as well as business coaching opportunities. Oh, and there’s free coffee, too. Rates range between $100 and $525 per month.
600 East Rosedale St.
Craftwork Coffee Co. isn’t just a coworking space, but a coffee shop as well, serving house-made specialty drinks like the Camellia, a mix of matcha green tea and chai. Members get discounts to the coffee shop along with all the usual office stuff – conference rooms, printers, internet and all the like. Rates range between $200 and $1,000 per month.
4731 Camp Bowie Blvd.
coLAB has a Single Day Pass option that lets you try out the space for $20 a day. If you like it, you can opt for a full membership, which ranges between $150 and $950 a month, depending on what package you get. coLAB offers private suites, open workspaces and conference rooms along with standard office resources like WiFi and printers.
262 Carroll St.
Backlot has a focus on the creative industry, offering access to a video and photography studio, gear rentals and, of course, office space. Membership rates range between $150-$475 per month. Backlot’s resources are open to non-members, too, with the studio available for $750 per 10-hour shoot day and the audio/voiceover booth available for $125 per hour.
1079 Foch St.
Ensemble Coworking is one of Fort Worth’s newest coworking spaces, opened just this year. Along with standard workspaces, Ensemble offers a full kitchen and resource library among other amenities. Networking events are also held every week. Rates range between $150 and $650 a month. There’s a $20 Drop-In Day Pass option as well.
1617 Park Place Ave., Suite 110
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