In hundreds of conversations with Miamians working in the startup scene, we’ve heard that innovative workspaces and serendipitous interactions are important parts of the connective tissue that makes a community possible. Miami has a growing number of coworking and flexible office spaces providing unique places for locals to build their ideas.
We collected some of the leading coworking and maker spaces here. What would you like to see on this list? Let us know.
From the team behind the .CO top-level domain, BUILDING is a collaborative workspace in Brickell focused specifically on growing technology companies. The space is home to local companies like Ironhack, featured elsewhere in this guide, and the Miami outpost of 500 Startups. Building.co has dedicated desks and private offices, plus a beautiful rooftop event space.
With four locations spanning from South Beach to Midtown, Büro offers urban workspaces for month-to-month use. They also offer monthly networking events, with the goal of building a strong community among the roughly 250 companies working in their creative spaces.
What they do: Coworking space Website: Visit Here Phone:305-377-1122 Hours: Mon. to Fri., 8 a.m. - 7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Address:
Midtown: 3250 N.E. 1st Ave, Suite 305, Miami South Beach: 1815 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach MiMo: 7300 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 200, Miami Coconut Grove: 2980 McFarlane Road, Suite 200, Coconut Grove
Centrally located in greater Miami, the Center for Social Change is where you can find affordable workspace options and meeting rooms, plus access to on-going events, wellness programs, & educational opportunities. They actively foster a collaborative, community-driven environment with a variety of membership & venue rental options, where nonprofits leaders and social entrepreneurs can be productive, connect, & innovate.
What they do: Co-working, Events, Wellness Website: Visit Here Phone:786-235-8030 Hours: Mon. to Fri. 9 – 5pm; 24/7 opt. for members Address:
2103 Coral Way, 2nd, 5th & 6th Floors, Miami 33145
Launched in October 2016, CIC Miami is an 80,000 square foot shared co-working, private office, and laboratory space in the Miami’s health district. Their mission is to actively help entrepreneurs at all stages of the start-up cycle by connecting them with each other and creating a resource-rich environment. They do this by providing workspaces with state-of-the-art shared amenities, and hosting community events focused on building strong relationships to connect the money, ideas and talent here in Miami.
What they do: Private offices, co-working, research labs Website: Visit Here Phone:305-503-7751 Address:
1951 NW 7th Ave., Miami
From its office in North Miami, EcoTech Visions is working to build a “green corridor” through a business incubator and accelerator helping local entrepreneurs launch environmentally-focused businesses and products. The incubator offers green startups workspace, mentorship, and support for light manufacturing. EcoTech also runs externship and fellowship programs for local students.
This creative shared space in Little Haiti is designed to be a welcoming and open atmosphere where individuals are encouraged to explore their ideas and innovate. The company offers different access plans, ranging from a $25 day pass to $200 – $550 monthly company passes. The space comes stocked with all the business essentials you could ask for, including internet access, lounges, a kitchen, a conference room, and event space.
What they do: Coworking space Website: Visit Here Hours: 24-hour access Address:
8325 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami
Miami Entrepreneurship Center (MEC), is one of the oldest coworking spaces in Miami. It is a not-for-profit shared office space, with the focus on building and supporting the entrepreneurial community. They offer a shared working space, as well as weekly events including networking, meditation, and educational opportunities.
What they do: Coworking Website: Visit Here Phone:(305) 305-6446 Hours: Everyday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Address:
261 NE 1st St., 5th Floor
Hidden inside Miami’s Upper Eastside area is the home of more than 65 showrooms, venues, and businesses that are part of the area’s creative community. The business district is home to restaurants, recreation, retail, event halls, art galleries, and more. It’s empowering its artists to share their work with the city through its art and design in public spaces program. This space is also a hidden green environment in the city’s urban landscape, with bamboo gardens, rainbow eucalyptus trees, and outdoor paths.
What they do: Creative community Website: Visit Here Phone:305-438-9002 Hours: Everyday, 8 a.m. – 11 p.m. Address:
7610 N.E. 4th Ct, Miami
Equipped with everything from 3D printers to sewing machines, Moonlighter has the in-house tools to take a product from idea to conception. Self-described as 45% makerspace, 35% design shop, and 20% snack bar, Moonlighter is a coworking and event venue for design, tech, art, music, and fashion innovators. They also host classes and designing workshops.
By redefining the traditional office space, Pipeline has its eye on providing an environment for startups, individuals, and small businesses to collaborate and grow. Pipeline offers locations in Brickell and Coral Gables, featuring private offices, desks, conference rooms, and event space.
What they do: Coworking space Website: Visit Here Phone:305-728-8830 Hours: 24-hour access Address:
Brickell: 1101 Brickell Ave., South Tower, 8th floor, Miami Coral Gables: 95 Merrick Way, 3rd floor, Coral Gables
Starthub is a co-working and flexible office space in downtown Miami. The space at 66 West Flagler Street offers private office suites, dedicated desks, and flexible space, as well as virtual office support. In addition to work space, Starthub also operates a Miami incubator program that provides companies with planning and strategy, marketing and sales, web development, management, and administrative support, with a focus on helping international companies launch in the U.S.
What they do: Coworking Website: Visit Here Address:
66 W Flagler St, Miami FL
What was once a 10,000 square foot warehouse in Wynwood is now a hub of creativity and innovation, thriving as a collaborative work and event space. Members have 24-hour access to amenities that include meeting rooms, a bike share program, lockers, and free parking. LAB Miami’s mission is to empower local creatives and innovators, and it’s dedicated to hosting networking events, community and nonprofit groups, panel discussions, and more, all with a focus on educating and empowering the community.
What they do: Coworking space Website: Visit Here Phone:305-507-3660 Hours: 24-hour access Address:
400 N.W. 26th, Miami
Located on Miami Beach’s Lincoln road, WeWork is a 24/7 creative coworking space that offers both private offices and desks at a monthly rate. With 80 offices around the world, their mission is to bring innovators together to work alongside one another, encouraging both productivity and community.
What they do: Coworking space Website: Visit Here Phone:855-593-9675 Hours: Mon. - Fri., 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Address:
350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach