Coworking Spaces

Albuquerque is on trend when it comes to having accessible, supportive and really cool-looking work spaces for our entrepreneurs and other independent workers. In 2015, Millennials surpassed Gen Xers as the largest generation in the labor force, and with 40 percent to 50 percent of the nation’s workforce expected to be part-time or full-time freelancers or remote employees by 2020, entrepreneurs in Albuquerque have created a diverse selection of co-working spaces to meet all of their needs today and tomorrow.

Need to take a dog to work with you? No problem. Don’t have a car? Don’t worry. Want to become part of a co-working community? You can do that, too. Check out your options below:

  • FatPipe ABQ

    Branded as a supportive community space for entrepreneurs and independent workers, it is directly across the street from Innovate ABQ. Learn More

  • Free Range

    Located in a historic 1930s building in the university area, it is designed to be easily accessible to pedestrians, students, rapid transit riders and residents. With a goal of representing its environment, plans are to open a former machine shop space for food trucks, coffee, poetry readings and art exhibits, and beer. Learn More

  • Ideas & Coffee

    This co-working space is the oldest of the set and the only one not located in or near Downtown. It mainly attracts technical people and those who just pop in to get some work done. Learn More

  • Simms Space

    Located atop one of Downtown’s high-rises, Simms bills itself as having the ambience and amenities of a big city, with everything from dog-friendly space to discounts offered at a gym in the building. Learn More

  • WESST Enterprise Center’s Veterans Suite

    Primarily for veterans and active military individuals who want to start businesses. Learn More

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