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Coworking Spaces in Hamburg
Top Coworking Spaces in Hamburg's Most Popular Districts
The city centre is the central core of Hamburg. The 132-meter-high tower of the "Michel", as the church of St. Michaelis is called, is visible throughout Hamburg's city center. Other sights in the immediate vicinity of St. Michaelis are the Krameramtsstuben, the Großneumarkt, the St. Nikolai Memorial and the Deichstraße. The city is home to many popular restaurants, attractions and cultural offerings.
Altona is a diverse, colorful district with the Altoner train station, the Reeperbahn with tours for tourists and the Altona fish market on the Norderelbe. If you don't want to cook yourself, you can enjoy the fresh catch in the restaurant L'Osteria Hamburg Fischmarkt.
Hafen City - The Port of Hamburg connects the whole world. Here, living and working is one of cooperation and exchange. Right next to the Creative Quarter Oberhafen there is the award-winning restaurant Hobenköök and the market hall. Nearby is the International Maritime Museum and the Speicherstadt Museum.
Hamburg in 2040
Hamburg has ambitious goals as a city and metropolis:The Bahrenfeld district is already home to the DESY Research and Technology Centre, parts of the University of Hamburg and other top scientific institutes. Bahrenfeld is therefore ideal for the new Science City 2040 launched by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce. The Altona Innovation Park and housing plans will bring additional dynamism and life. The Altonaer Volkspark with high leisure value is within walking distance of the Science City. Even more than today, Hamburg aims to be an innovative, dynamic, sustainable and thus competitive and livable economic area for the whole of northern Germany by 2040. The Chamber of Industry and Commerce and the metropolitan region work closely together and act as a point of contact for Scandinavia – in all areas. Hamburg presents itself as a European metropolis with the priorities of sustainability and health for all residents and visitors. The city is in a more intensive exchange with organizations in the health system and urban planning in order to enable an inclusive healthy life in Hamburg.
Why choose a Coworking Space in Hamburg?
Coworking spaces offer you flexible leases, which is especially beneficial for many freelancers and startups with a limited budget. A strong network is also one of the advantages of a coworking space. Conversations and small talk can take place anywhere in the coworking building, in the shared kitchen, in the public lounge, or even between neighboring desks – from where networking can begin.
The number of spaces that ShareYourSpace offers in Hamburg is 66 (January 2022), including desks, offices and meeting rooms, which you can choose throughout the city via our platform. They offer comfortable and cozy coworking spaces with different prices, technical equipment and services. We are sure that there is one that meets your wishes and offers you the ideal environment for efficient work. Whether you're a freelancer, an employee looking for a 2nd job, or a member of a business travel team, ShareYourSpace will help you find an office community in Hamburg that offers all the features you'd expect from renting a flexible desk or office. You get high-speed internet, a fully equipped kitchen, a printing service and shared conference rooms - all at a much lower price than with a long-term rental. Find out on our platform how your wishes for coworking spaces in Hamburg can be fulfilled.
An evening in Hamburg after work
In the Speicherstadt...
The impressive complex of warehouses was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015 together with the Kontorhaus district. Here you will find a variety of cafés, restaurants and museums within walking distance. On a harbor tour with one of the many barge ships you can see the Speicherstadt again as a harbor panorama.
Along the harbor...
Since its opening on 11.01.2017, the Elbphilharmonie has become Hamburg's new landmark. At the eastern tip of HafenCity, the modern glass structure with the striking wave roof floats above the historic Kaispeicher. Like a lighthouse, the Elbphilharmonie welcomes the arriving ships. As the name suggests, the Landungsbrücken are Hamburg's most famous water station. From here you can start one of the numerous harbor tours, eat one of the popular fish rolls or just relax with a view of the Port of Hamburg and the big pots with a coffee or ice cream. Don't miss the sunset! Here it gets really romantic.
This is Hamburg's most popular shopping and promenade on the Binnenalster. Here you can walk, drink coffee or decide to go on a tour of the Alster. If you want to pamper yourself or your loved ones, visit the Alsterhaus nearby with its stylish boutiques and noble luxury brands.