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Which offices can I rent in Berlin?
On ShareYourSpace you can choose between different categories in different locations and neighbourhoods: fully equipped offices for sole use as a team office or private office, individual desk seats for individual booking, as well as meeting, conference and training rooms. The providers who share these office space are completely different: from sublet office space in companies, agencies or start-ups, to professional coworking spaces, day offices or hotels to unique "special spaces" such as houseboats or a roof terrace above the roofs of Berlin.
Office sharing often not only enables affordable office solutions but also increases flexibility and sustainability in office real estate by making better use of existing resources. Shared offices can make a contribution to the future by reducing the cost of land sealing and the construction of new buildings. A positive side effect of this type of sharing economy could also be seen as the expansion of the professional network through more collaborative exchange.
How much does it cost to rent an office in Berlin?
Even Berlin, which was otherwise known for significantly lower rental prices than other comparable German cities, is struggling with sharply rising rents. To give a few figures: three years ago the price of a square meter of living space was still around €16.00, but now it has reached just under €30.00 and at the top of the range even at just under €40.00.
Renting an office through ShareYourSpace, on the other hand, opens up quite different price options. A single desk starts at €3.15 per day and an entire office room with 30 m2 in a real sharing atmosphere costs from €420 per month for 3 people. The use and booking of these office space is usually possible at short notice and completely free of charge. Sharing office space can thus greatly reduce the monthly fixed costs for a job and will certainly become a new trend in the real estate industry in the future.
Our prices are as flat rates incl. VAT, any equipment (e.g. furniture, internet, coffee maker) and all services (e.g. cleaning) that are listed online on the platform.
Working in Berlin
Berlin is not only colourful with a broad cultural offering, but also in the professional and scientific environment. With 39 state and private universities and colleges, Berlin can be seen as a stronghold for education and further education. The Humboldt University of Berlin is listed among the top 4 German universities and also occupies a top under 100 place worldwide.
Berlin is often referred to as Silicon Germany – a booming city for startups. Around 500 new tech startups are listed each year. Numerous incubators and accelerators offer optimal conditions for entrepreneurs from all over the world. Berlin is internationally recognized as a start-up hub and as a breeding ground for creative people who want to improve the world with new ideas. Startup-Hub Berlin, Start Alliance Berlin and the Berlin Startup Unit are hot spots and support for founders in order to further network, find investors and optimize their own starting conditions.
In addition to this technology sector, there are also many other sectors, especially the tourism sector as a steadily increasing revenue generator. The most profitable and employment industries such as the metal and electrical industry, the mechanical and vehicle industry and the chemical-pharmaceutical industry look back on many years of tradition.
Living in Berlin
Life in Berlin is usually defined by the following characteristics: hip, cosmopolitan, cultural, diverse, colourful and young.
This diversity is reflected not only in different cultures but also in a multitude of events. From the Berlinale International Film Festival to Christopher Street Day and the Carnival of Cultures to Berlin Art Week and the Berlin Marathon, there is something for all communities.
If you want to feel the diversity of the world, Berlin is the place to be. In the morning a chai at the Indian snack place, at noon a doner in Kreuzberg, in the afternoon a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony, in the evening Peking duck in the exclusive China Club and at night a cocktail in the nightclub Berghain. Berlin can be so varied and exciting.
In order to pass the time in between, there are many possibilities to enjoy nature: green spaces, bathing lakes, city parks, spacious roads, short distances by bike or on foot, a well-developed public transport network, cheap and fast connections also to the surrounding areas.
Book your flexible office today on our platform and immerse yourself in the colourful capital of Germany.