Three Co-Working Spaces That Offer More Than Just Free Wifi

Business Elevation Tribe

Looking for a new office space for your business, but want a place with more than just free coffee and fast wi-fi? There are some new offerings across the country that offer a wide range of extras its members can really use. Below, here are three workspaces that will make you really believe membership does indeed have its privileges.

The Riveter: The Riveter is a female-focused workplace offering content, events, and coworking spaces. They have offices in nearly a dozen cities including Seattle, Austin, and Dallas, and offer a variety of membership plans catering to different types of work schedules. Work a second shift or part-time? There’s a membership plan for that (some start as low as $100 a month).  They also produce original work-related content, and host regular events at their locations–boldfaced guests have included Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Illinois senator Tammy Duckworth.

Fitler Club: In Philadelphia, the brand new Fitler Club bills itself as a game-changing “work/stay/play” hub for a new generation of achievers.” More a social club than a co-working space, the Soho House-esque offering has a gym, 14 hotel rooms, restaurant, bar, and lounge, movie theater, bowling alley, and a dedicated workspace, Offsite at Fitler.  Offsite offers the usual coworking bells and whistles across 34,000 square feet–desks or offices with meeting spaces, in house IT services and free snacks. But for those looking for a one-stop-shop to work, play and sleep, Fitler is a solid option.

Blueprint + Co: This 20,000 square foot of coworking space in New York’s Garment District was founded by FUBU founder and ABC’s “Shark Tank” star Daymond John. But it stands out from other offerings by catering to established companies—membership applicants need to have at least $250k in funding or in revenue. Blueprint also offers in house business mentorship, helping its members get to the next level in their growth, and exclusive panels with guests like serial entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk.