Co-working hub Spaces opens in downtown Phoenix

A new co-working office called Spaces opened in downtown Phoenix this winter. Joining popular Phoenix co-working spaces like CO+HOOTS and Galvanize, Spaces offers 39,700 sq. Ft. of office space to the community.

Spaces is located in the One Renaissance Tower building on the corner of N Central Ave. and W Washington St. – only 10 minutes from Sky Harbor International Airport, and accessible by light rail. Also within the building are a 3000 sq. Ft. Business Club, 384 desks and two meeting rooms – and plenty of access to coffee.

There are a few different options for flexible rental contracts. First is private office rental, starting at $439 per month. There are different sizes of rooms, available for 24/7 access.

If you’re after something a little less formal, you can purchase a monthly membership starting at $209. This gives you the option to take whatever space is free, whether that’s a large table for collaborating or a small corner for interviews, also available 24/7. This option is more flexible and allows for more interaction and networking with fellow workers.

If the membership is a little too informal, fixed desk spaces are available starting at $269 per month. This package includes access to a reserved desk and a personal storage locker.

All packages include access to Wi-Fi, the Business Club, and other amenities.


There are also large meeting rooms available to members and non-members, starting at $40 per hour. From audiovisual equipment to whiteboards, to food and beverage services, these rooms offer everything needed for an offsite meeting or seminar.

Spaces was founded in Amsterdam and own about 100 co-working spaces around the world, including locations in Boston, Los Angeles, Rotterdam, Hong Kong, Paris, and Barcelona.

According to the Downtown Devil, Spaces chose to open a location in downtown Phoenix after market research revealed a need for office space and an “existing customer base,” signaling a growing business community.

Free tours and one-day trials may be arranged on the Spaces website.


Jessica Swarner

Author: Jessica Swarner

Jessica is a recent graduate of ASU where she studied political science and journalism. She is currently a researcher at a local cybersecurity company. Her hobbies include reading up on hacker forums on Tor and giving unsolicited podcast recommendations.

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