- 💻 Want the inside scoop on founders and VCs' favorite LA co-working spots?
💻 Want the inside scoop on founders and VCs' favorite LA co-working spots?
We asked and they told us!
Here’s your monthly dose of LA gems, which this week happens to be co-working spots frequented by VCs, entrepreneurs, and everyone in-between.
Help us as we shine a spotlight on Los Angeles' unique establishments that contribute to the city's charm and indirectly enrich its thriving tech ecosystem. This week we are featuring six of the best co-working spaces on the Westside voted on by influential VCs and founders alike. Our list flows least expensive and exclusive to… well, aspirational. Let us know if we’ve missed any of your favorites!
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Our friends at AILA are hosting the third annual #LongLA Holiday Party on December 12th 6-11pm at the Pluto Penthouse on Wilshire.
The #LongLA Holiday Party is supported by a syndicate of LA-based organizations to celebrate the holidays and give back to the local community. Besides an epic party with tacos, drinks, and groovy tunes, we also host a food, toy, clothing, and gas gift card drive, benefiting LA Regional Food Bank, Children’s Hospital LA, Midnight Mission, and Safe Parking LA.
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Best Coworking Spots in LA
Image Source: Water Garden Website
Neighborhood: Santa Monica
Description: Three floors of creative workspace at the 17-acre Water Garden campus. Neighboring tenants include Roku, AMC Networks, Oracle, and Sony among others. The designer suite of private offices, meeting rooms and collaborative lounges are table stakes at this exceptional business campus that gives off a park feel with meandering waterways.
Pricing & Membership Information: Coworking memberships start at $119/month for 5 days or $269/month for unlimited access.
Image Source: Village Workspaces Website
Neighborhood: Culver City
Description: Village Workspaces is a boutique coworking space on the Westside that boasts a vibrant inspiring environment that fosters creativity and productivity. The space spans approximately 2,000 square feet with fantastic views, comfortable lounges and friendly eating areas designed for people to network.
Pricing & Membership Information: A coworking membership costs $350/month.
Image Source: Phase Two Website
Neighborhood: Culver City
Description: Phase Two is located in Culver City and caters towards tech, entertainment and media types with exposed wood beams, high ceilings, and blue and gray accents, the space has a very cooling and serene environment. On-site facilities include a green screen studio, high-speed internet, conference room, a high-end digital projector, lockers and parking.
Pricing & Membership Information: Hot desking memberships start at $160 for 4 days of access per month, rising to $390/month for unlimited access.
Image Source: Industrious Website
Neighborhood: Playa Vista
Address: 6060 Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA
Description: Industrious Playa District is located within a 33-acre campus in West LA. You get to work on a tech campus without necessarily working for a big tech company. There’s a fitness center, outdoor conference spaces, a farmer’s market, and food trucks plus Industrious’ mainstay amenities and services, including daily breakfast, high-speed Wi-Fi, and a dedicated Community Manager.
Pricing & Membership Information: Membership starts around $440/month. and gives you unlimited open workspace and on-demand meeting rooms. You can enhance your membership and get private offices, additional meeting rooms or global access to work from any location in 65+ cities.
Image Source: Neuehouse Website
Address: 73 Market St, Venice, CA 90291
Description: Located in a renovated 1920’s building, the design at Neuehouse Venice prioritizes open, flexible spaces. From sunlit lounges promoting social interaction to collaborative workspaces, meeting rooms, podcast and broadcast studios, a wellness pod, and a dedicated surfboard quiver and shower room. The goal here is to bring together creatives to work adjacent to one another, socialize and experience culture together in a beachside setting.
Pricing & Membership Information: Memberships range from access to coworking areas at $595 a month to “Salon” membership starting at $4,200 a year.
Image Source: SoHo House Website
Neighborhood: West Hollywood
Description: The iconic private members’ club in West Hollywood favored by the media and entertainment crowd. SoHo House West Hollywood spans over two floors and features breathtaking 360 views of Los Angeles. Laptop hours are restricted in certain areas so it’s best reserved as a place for in-person meetings.
Pricing & Membership Information: Membership is subject to the club's discretion. The application comprises two current member referrals, an online application, and a recent photo for identity confirmation. Annual dues for individuals over 27 start at $2,300 for one club.