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Top Coworking Spaces in Berlin’s Popular Districts
ShareYourSpace offers fascinating offers of coworking spaces in the most popular districts in Berlin.
Pankow is one of the most popular districts in northern Berlin with around 400,000 residents living here. There are more traditional trade and crafts companies per resident in Pankow than in other districts of Berlin. It is also the home active entrepreneurs, especially start-ups, in innovative fields like media, film, and designing. It will be a productive and enjoyable day if you spend the daytime working in our coworking space in Pankow, then choose one restaurant to walk in and enjoy the meal. We recommend restaurants like Restaurant Syrtaki, Auszeit, and Ristorante Firenze.
The district of Charlottenburg is to the west of Berlin. The main industries in this area include information and communication services, retail, healthcare, and tourism. Two universities, together with plenty of research institutes are also located here. You could also find the landmark buildings here, like Europa-Center, and ICC (Internationales Congress Centrum ICC), which is one of the largest conference centers in the world.
Many Kreuzbergers would think that Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg is the coolest and hippest district in the entire universe. This magical district with a long history but filled with young residents is in the south of Berlin. It is famous for its diverse cultural life, as well as club culture. Work hard and play hard is not only a slogan in Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. After working in our coworking space for the whole day, it will be a great idea to relax in one or some of the popular local clubs, such as Matrix Club Berlin, KitKatClub, and Ritter Butzke.
Why choose Coworking Space in Berlin?
No matter if you are a freelancer, a solo developer, a startup founder, or an employee of a marge corporation, there are always reasons for you to try our coworking spaces in Berlin.
If you rent an office, there will be assorted extra costs hidden but you will need to deal with that anyway. In coworking spaces, you will just forget about them - Free but high-quality office desks, chairs, Macbook, and other office suppliers; free snacks, coffee, tea, milk, sometimes even alcohol; a cozy environment which is always clean; free but fully equipped kitchen, no mention electricity, and water. Our coworking spaces come equipped and all of these are covered at a monthly or even daily rate - As flexible as you want.
If you work in a restaurant or cafe instead, the atmosphere will be lively but it might also be kind of distractive. What's worse is that you might need to worry about ordering unnecessary drinks or food only to keep the seat - which is another distraction from producing quality work efficiently in a quiet space.
Many of our coworking spaces also provide built-in business services which can help to save your money for the long term. For example, business mail addresses, children-friendly, and pet-friendly spaces, and reception services. You need to consider your specific needs before choosing the right spaces. Cost-efficiency might be an important point for lots of freelancers and startups whose business has a smaller scale and has a weaker risk resistance capacity compared with large companies.
Boost in Creativity
By sitting by other individuals and working together, coworking spaces will provide you with the sparkles of ideas and bursts of creativity. The brand new surroundings and dedicated people around you will refresh your mind, as well as encourage you to concentrate and work harder. In comparison with the familiar office and home, this is a huge advantage of coworking space which cannot be easily ignored.
This is especially for freelancers and small business owners who work outside of the office or home office. When working from home, your concentration could be easily interrupted by something suddenly cropping up in your mind or in front of your face. Sometimes it’s the kid who needs food, bathroom, or just your attention. Sometimes your pet scratches on the door and tries to tell you it needs to go outdoors to play or pee.
By going to another space, you will be able to quickly switch into the focusing condition and instantly crease your concentration, so that more output will be produced. Most of the coworking spaces on ShareYourSpace in Berlin are open 24/7, they are bright, warm, with free drinks and kitchens. You can stay till whenever as long as your work is finished.
Half a day in Berlin after work
As a foodie…
You will find much distinctive but impressive food in Berlin. Many local cuisines contain Berliners’ love, which are sausages, potatoes, and meat. The most beloved German and Berliner dishes include Currywurst, Schnitzel, Königsberger Klopse, Spätzle, Bratwurst, Eisbein, and Döner Kebab.
After working in one of our coworking spaces you like, it will be nice to walk around in the district and try out some of the typical local food. In Restaurant Sphere you can have a well-made meal with high-quality ingredients while enjoying the Berlin city view from the top of the Berlin TV Tower. Hofbrau Wirtshaus is one of the most famous Bavarian restaurants in Berlin. Expats will taste the Saurbraten and beer from Munich, as well as Berlin local Pretzels. Mustafa's Gemuese Kebab is a well-known street food chain serving yummy and fresh vegetarian Kebab.
As a history buff or an art lover...
While walking on the street in Berlin, you might encounter at least one historical or art attraction every ten minutes. Berlin is a city covered by endless cultural and historical treasures: Brandenburg Gate, East Side Gallery, Berliner Dom, Museum Island, Memorial of the Berlin Wall, Pergamonmuseum, Friedrichstadt-Palast, Topography of Terror, Neues Museum， Charlottenburg Palace… It is a great idea to spend your free time after work on any of these amazing cultural heritages.
As a reveler...
In Berlin, you will easily find many impressive bars, such as Monkey Bar, The Castle Berlin Mitte, Booze Bar Berlin, Victoria Bar, and Tausend. In Berlin, beer gardens sometimes are also regarded by local people as bars and they are quite popular, a good example is Klunkerkranich.