Where to Find Remote Work Space in Austin
January 22, 2018 12:39 pm
Are you one of the growing group of digital nomads and solopreneurs looking to find remote work spaces near their homes in Austin TX? Whether you prefer to work alone in a quiet nook or among a group of people in a busy open space, you’ll be happy to know there’s a wide variety of places to get your work done away from home. These are just a few of the many options available for remote independent workers in Austin:
Bennu Coffee – With two locations on MLK and S. Congress, this 24/7 coffee shop offers free parking, a variety of indoor and outdoor seating and plenty of tabletop space to spread out and get some work done. Bennu serves fair-trade coffee and light food from local vendors.
Once Over Coffee Bar – A back patio overlooking Bouldin Creek provides a unique seating area here, while the street front boasts the “Tiniest Dog Park in Texas.” Once Over’s coffee comes from local roasters Wild Gift Coffee. A selection of baked goods includes gluten free options, but you’re permitted to bring your own food if you buy your beverage on site.
Journey Coworking – This multipurpose space on Levander Loop features plenty of desk space plus meeting rooms, private phone booths, dedicated parking and Wi-Fi both inside and out. When you need a break, visit the café, try out a nap pod or blow off some steam in the outside recreation area. Journey also hosts events, parties and workshops.
Createscape – Located in east Austin, Createscape has two distinct areas for those who prefer different moods: a vibrant, colorful Bright Side and a quieter loft area called The Study Hall. Other amenities include printing services, lounges, phone rooms, outdoor picnic tables, business mail services and events for members. Well-behaved dogs are welcome.
Bookstores & Libraries
Central Library – The new library on West Cesar Chavez has a range of seating and work areas, public computers, free internet, mobile printing, videoconferencing and much more. You can even get free resume and job search help. A rooftop garden provides space to relax or work outdoors.
Book People – Right in the downtown area on N. Lamar Blvd., Book People is the major independent bookstore in Texas. The store features a first-floor café with light foods such as sandwiches and desserts. Writers will be inspired by readings from well-known authors.
If you’re a digital nomad or just like to occasionally get some work done remotely, Buffington Homes has homes in Austin TX to help you get closer to these great city resources.Tags: homebuilder in austin tx, homes for sale austin tx, new homes austin tx
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