Co-Working Spaces | Region 9

Co-Working Spaces | Region 9

Name of Coworking Space
City/Country
Notes
Website
Contact
Urban Station Microcentro Buenos Aires, Argentina Situated in the central financial region of Downtown Buenos Aires, the Urban Station Microcentro offers almost 500m2 of co-working space. The office is centered around an open working space with community tables and a creative hub. The site also offers meeting rooms (up to 12 people) and auditoriums (up to 50 people) for larger or more private events. Residents of the city or regular workers can rent private office space within the building. http://argentina.enjoyurbanstation.com/en/ (Numerous Locations in South America)
Phone: (+5411) 4 897 2161
info@enjoyurbanstation.com
CoWork Cafe La Paz, Bolivia The Co-Work Café has ample space, good facilities and, in a city where WiFi and cell-phone signal strength can be an issue, excellent connectivity. The décor is warm and inviting and has the ambience of a city coffee house, but with private working spaces and meeting rooms available. http://coworklapaz.coworkcafe.co/ CoWork Cafe
Claudio Aliaga Street No. 1239
La Paz, Bolivia
Phone: + 591-2-2797906
info.coworkcafelp@gmail.com
Elo Coworking Belo Horizonte, Brazil Elo is home to several established startups who use the space to collaborate and network with other freelancers and entrepreneurs. Contemporary by design, the offices are clean, bright and spacious. All members have access to meeting spaces, lockers and high-speed internet, as well as free tea, coffee and snacks. For bigger events there is an auditorium that can suit conferences, workshops or large meetings. http://elocoworking.com.br/ Elo Coworking
R. Judge Jorge Fontana
80 Belvedere
Belo Horizonte – MG
Brazil
Phone: +55 31 2537-5454
contato@elocoworking.com.br
Ambient CoNectar Ribeirão Preto, Brazil Ambient CoNectar is located on the southern outskirts of the city and offers a laid-back and casual approach to co-working. The environment is spacious with plenty of natural daylight. There are floor to ceiling glass windows which look out onto a lush green garden in which members can host events or work in the open air. Facilities are modern and the design is contemporary. https://www.ambienteconectar.com.br/ Ambient CoNectar
Rua Visconde de Inhaúma
2111 Boulevard, 14025100
Ribeirão Preto
Brazil
contato@ambienteconectar.com.br
Goma Rio de Janeiro, Brazil The co-working space at Goma is situated in a refurbished and renovated Downtown house. It fosters a very creative atmosphere with the feel of a university common room. The open plan work ‘laboratory’ is set-up to create cozy hubs for networking and collaborative working with private offices and meeting rooms available to rent by the hour, day or month. http://goma.org.br/ Goma
R. Sen. Pompeu, 82 – Centro
Rio de Janeiro – RJ, 20080-102
Brazil
contato@goma.org.br
Colab CoWorking São Paulo, Brazil Situated in the upmarket Pinheiros district is the Colab CoWorking office. The area is renowned for its association with the arts community and is popular with writers, movie directors and creative entrepreneurs. Colab CoWorking offers virtual offices, serviced co-working spaces as well as private offices and meeting rooms. The spaces are large, airy and full of natural daylight which enhances the clean and modern design. The atmosphere is professional, but relaxed. http://colabcoworking.com.br/en/ Colab CoWorking (Fradique Workspace)
R. Fradique Coutinho, 160 – Pinheiros
São Paulo – SP, 05416-000
Brazil

Colab CoWorking (Drausio Workspace)
R. Drausio, 193 – Butanta
São Paulo – SP
Brazil

Phone: +55 11 3022-4141
contato@colabcoworking.com.br

Hub Bog Bogotá, Colombia Hub Bog is a flexible co-working space offering a large open plan hub with office spaces benefitting from natural daylight. They offer high speed WiFi as well as the usual amenities plus a Skype room, ergonomic chairs and table football. The space is relaxed and is aimed at maximizing a creative atmosphere so work can get done as collaboratively as necessary, while also offering peace and quiet for those that need it. https://hubbog.com/en/ Hub Bog
Calle 98 #18-71 Piso 2
Bogotá, Colombia
Phone: +57 (1) 6014826
info@hubbog.com
Atom House Medellín, Colombia By far the most popular co-working space in this vibrant city is Atom House. Self-advertising with a tag-line of “More than just a coworking space, a community with everything you need for world domination”, Atom House is an extremely pleasant place to work. The energy of the open-plan spaces is bursting with positivity, yet the venue also accommodates quieter solo-working, meeting spaces and workshop auditoriums. https://twitter.com/atomhousecol?lang=en Atom House
Calle 8 # 43a-49
Medellín, Colombia
atomhouse@socialatomgroup.com
WorkingUp Quito, Ecuador Situated in the heart of the city, WorkingUp offers a co-working space that incorporates the spirit of collaborative and creative working. From the playroom complete with DirecTV and a PS4 to the comfortable napping room, no attention to detail has been spared in this vibrant office. The working spaces are fun and brightly decorated, with additional meeting and conference spaces available. https://workingup.com.ec/ WorkingUp
n27 San Ignacio 127 and
Av. Gonzalez Suarez
Quito 170517, Ecuador
Phone: +593 99 473 5089
hola@workingup.com.ec
We Own Space Georgetown, Guyana WeOwn offices are situated just outside the busier commercial district of the city and offer 720 ft2 of collaborative working space. There is a conference room which can accommodate 8 people, as well as an outdoor seating area and communal kitchen. The internet connections are high-speed and reliable and the management team offers a good range of administrative support. https://weown.space/ WeOwn Space
3 David Rose & Aubrey Barker Street
South Ruimveldt Gardens
Georgetown
Guyana, SA
Phone: (592)-616-2075
info@weown.space
La Maquinita Buenos Aires, Argentina La Maquinita is one of Argentina’s most popular coworking spaces, and for good reason. With seven locations across Buenos Aires and in other cities, entrepreneurs are never far from a space to work. Individuals and companies can choose between working in an open-plan room or a private office. On Friday nights, La Maquinita also hosts its famous ‘Fuck Up Nights BA’, where entrepreneurs share their biggest failures, creating a strong community of collaboration and friendship. http://www.lamaquinita.co/ The Maquinita Co. Palermo Soho
Av. Cnel. Niceto Vega 4736
C1414BED CABA
Argentina
Phone: +54 11 4778-3009
La Casa Redonda Medellín, Colombia La Casa Redonda is a beautiful coworking space in the youthful neighborhood of Laureles, in Medellin, Colombia. They emphasize a life that revolves around the ‘round table,’ a space of communication, collaboration, and close-knit community in the metropolitan area. http://www.lacasaredonda.co/ La Casa Redonda
Cq. 75 #38-09, Medellín
Antioquia, Colombia
Phone: +57 316 3409383
Creasala San José, Costa Rica Creasala is an open-plan workspace focused on collaboration between freelancers, entrepreneurs, and digital nomads in San José. This pet-friendly space offers flexible packages for all who want to work in beautiful Costa Rica. https://creasala.com/ Creasala
175m east of El Farolito roundabout
Casa 3361 on the left, Avenida 13
Barrio Escalante, El Carmen, San José
Costa Rica
10101
Phone: +506 2234 9064
creasala.chavala@gmail.com
Impaqto Coworking Quito, Ecuador Impaqto coworking space in Quito and Cumbaya is committed to providing resources to social impact focused entrepreneurs in Ecuador. The space hosts an startup incubator and provides on-site consulting for entrepreneurs looking to make an impact in the Ecuadorian community. https://www.impaqto.net/ Impaqto Coworking – La Carolina
Av República de El Salvador 406 y
Quito 170505, Ecuador
Phone: +593 2-244-4983

Impaqto Coworking – Cumbaya
Diego de Robles y Av Pampite, esquina
Cumbaya 170901, Ecuador
Phone: +593 2-602-2078

Encuentros Granada, Nicaragua Slightly off the beaten path, Encuentros in Granada, Nicaragua offers excellent coworking and coliving facilities in a historic mansion, set in a beautiful colonial city. Encuentros boasts a big pool and the fastest Internet in Nicaragua, and as one of the first coworking spaces in the country, it is likely to stay. This beautiful space combines the best of comfortable accommodations with high-quality amenities catered to entrepreneurs and digital nomads looking to rest and work. http://www.encuentrosclub.com/ Encuentros
Calle la Calzada 422
Granada, Nicaragua
Phone: +505 84644809
reservations@encuentrosclub.com
Residencia Lima, Peru Located in the flourishing Miraflores neighborhood of Lima, Peru, Residencia is focused on providing a creative and inspiring environment for entrepreneurs and freelancers. They are famous for their ‘Noches Apasionadas,’ an intense workshop to iron out key issues with a startup. http://residencia.pe/ Residencia Coworking
Av. Reducto 1518
Cercado de Lima 15074
Peru
Phone: +51 960 043 587
Sinergia Cowork Montevideo, Uruguay Sinergia, Uruguay’s first coworking space, creates a vibrant community by providing educational events for its members, including Hackathons, Pitch Nights, workshops, and collaboration opportunities. By running an incubator out of the space, Sinergia is encouraging entrepreneurship in Uruguay’s capital, Montevideo, considered to be one of the best places to live in Latin America. https://sinergia.uy/coworks/en/ Sinergia Cowork
Av. Gonzalo Ramírez 1676
Palermo, Uruguay
Phone: +598 26241790
holapalermo@sinergia.uy
Areatres Buenos Aires, Argentina Areatres has two locations in Buenos Aires – in Palermo Soho and Palermo Hollywood. Both locations offer an array of different work spaces with private rooms, meeting rooms, and communal areas. The cowork space is owned by US expat Martin Frankel, who is also the owner of a very well-known expat bar in Buenos Aires, Sugar Bar. https://www.areatresworkplace.com/home Areatres – El Salvador
El Salvador 5218
C1414BPV CABA, Argentina

Areatres – Soho
Malabia 1720, C1414 DMJ
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Phone: +54 11 5353-0333

Aldeia Coworking Curitiba, Brazil Aldeia means ‘village’ in Portuguese. Indeed, besides bringing the co-working concept to Curitiba, Aldeia Coworking is also trying to develop a community. Launched in December 2010 by the advertising professional Ricardo Doria, Aldeia welcomes many events that co-workers can attend after their work day. https://aldeia.cc/ Aldeia Coworking
Av. Cândido de Abreu
381 – 1º andar – Centro Cívico
Curitiba – PR, 80530-000, Brazil
Phone: +55 41 3908-8448
El 3er Espacio Mexico City, Mexico We are a great community of entrepreneurs. We belong to a new generation that is not satisfied with leaving life and dreams in a 9 to 5 job. We know that entrepreneurship is a lifestyle that defines us and not a way of just making money; that projects are better when they are done in collaboration with more passionate and obsessed people with the sense of freedom. That doing things is worth more than just saying them then: acting based on a bad idea is better than not acting. http://www.el3erespacio.mx/ El 3er Espacio
Amsterdam 240, Hipódromo
06100 Mexico City,
CDMX, Mexico
Phone: +52 55 5916 4621
CoWork JAmaica Jamaica CoWork JA will offer all of the advantages available at a typical coffee lounge plus a wide array services that simply aren't available in one place in Kingston’s marketplace today. Check Them Out Below http://coworkja.com/ 115 Hope Road
Liguanea Post Mall (Penthouse)
frontdesk@coworkja.com
tel: 876-978-9675 (WORK)
The Hub, Coworking Ltd Jamaica LOCATED IN THE BUSINESS DISTRICT OF NEW KINGSTON, THE HUB IS JAMAICA’S PREMIER COWORKING AND BUSINESS SUPPORT CENTRE PROVIDING CONSULTANTS, FREELANCERS, AND STARTUP ENTREPRENEURS WITH A MODERN, PROFESSIONAL SPACE TO WORK AND COLLABORATE. WE PROVIDE MEETING ROOMS, HOT DESKS AND OFFICES AT AFFORDABLE HOURLY, DAILY, AND MONTHLY RATES COMPLEMENTED BY WIRELESS PRINTING, UNLIMITED INTERNET, AND FREE PREMIUM COFFEE. https://hubcoworking.net/ 34 Lady Musgrave Road
Kingston, Jamaica
1-876-831-2765
coworkinja@gmail.com