Searching for an office is rarely fun and definitely not in Munich. Despite the competitive rental market, there is enough free office space in Munich. Due to vacancies, part-time work, out-of-office days or simply too much extra space, there are availabilities. ShareYourSpace offers these desks, meeting rooms and offices in Munich for subletting. They are often more affordable than conventional office solutions. There's a reason why we found and rented our current Munich office via our own platform.

Your new office in Munich – from one hour to one year

Are you a start-up, freelancer or an established company? Looking for something cheap, flexible or representative? Here you will find an ideal office in Munich.

The most popular offices in Munich

The trendy office around the corner, professional coworking, or special locations – discover the most popular flexible office solutions in Munich.

Which offices can I rent in Munich?

On ShareYourSpace you can choose between different types of offices in Munich: fully equipped offices for your team or a private office for sole use, desks for individual bookings, as well as meeting, conference, and training rooms. The providers are just as diverse as the offers: from companies subletting office space, agencies, or start-ups, to professional coworking spaces, day offices or hotels to really "special spaces", locations such as the former commode house of the Royal Bavarian State Railways.

What does an office rental cost in Munich?

We don't have to explain that Munich is relatively expensive. That office sharing can be the solution is clear. On average, the square meter price for office space rent in Munich is 19.00 €. In the city centre, the values range from €22.50 (bargain) to €41.00 (high end).


If you rent your office on a temporary basis via ShareYourSpace, prices for a furnished office for 8 people in Munich start at 315 € per month for 90 m2, the equivalent of 3.50 €/m2.


Short-term office sharing is also possible: a private office (with key) in Munich is available for as little as 25€ per day.


Our prices are calculated as a flat rate incl. VAT, any equipment (e.g. furniture, internet, coffee maker) and services (e.g. cleaning).

Working in Munich

Six DAX30 companies, 15 universities, numerous incubators – Munich is a good place for established companies and courageous entrepreneurs. As one of the most prosperous and successful economic areas in Europe, Munich is home to numerous global players from various industries: automotive industry, media houses, insurance companies, banks, medical, environmental, information and communication technology.


Startups look to a variety of incubators and accelerators in Munich. There is support for creating business models, networking, the search for office space, mentors and capital. Munich universities and colleges offer a wide range of activities, especially for new startups – e.g. the LMU Entrepreneurship Center from the Ludwig Maximilian University or EntrepreneurTUM, the Center for Innovation at the Technical University of Munich. For social entrepreneurs, the Impact Hub Munich and the Accelerator Respond of the BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt are ideal points of contact due to the focus on sustainable business and impact-driven tech start-ups.


Life in Munich

As a Munich start-up, we appreciate the combination of modern lifestyle and traditional customs. Munich is one of the greenest cities in Germany, the self-declared "cycling capital", blessed with art and culture in plenty, festivals and folk festivals, music and theatre, dance and literature, and of course the best beer gardens in the world. The proximity to lakes, mountains, Austria, and Italy contributes to the excellent quality of life. And so "the largest village in Germany" is not only the ideal place for us to rent an office but also our home.


And then, of course, there's Oktoberfest. If it is not cancelled because of the pandemic, the largest folk festival in the world – and the specially brewed beer – attracts millions of guests to the city. In 2018, these generated sales of 1.2 billion € (including overnight stays) in Munich. For some people in Munich, however, the Octoberfest is also an annual reason to work from somewhere else for two weeks. How good is it that there are flexible offices everywhere in Germany.


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