Workspaces for Rent in Chicago, Illinois

With a renewed commitment to infrastructure and property tax incentives for local business, Chicago ranks first among large cities for corporate relocation and expansion.

North Sangamon Street, Chicago, 60607 Starting at $1000

Nestled within the Fulton River District in the West Loop area. Spark innovation and collaboration in a creative working environment designed to accelerate your business.

Tap into the energy and history of this vibrant neighborhood and discover new and exciting opportunities. And traveling around the city is easy from the Morgan “L” Station, that’s only a few blocks away.


Cross Streets: West Randolph Street and North Sangamon Street

North Halsted Street, Chicago, 60642 Starting at $1000

Spark new ideas with in our inspiring environment at Chicago’s buzzing North Side. The contemporary loft-style interiors combined with the large windows will make you feel right at home, and if that’s not enough to convince you, our designs will. Combine the modern and creative workspaces with our community’s entrepreneurial atmosphere, and you’re set for success.

Enjoy fast and easy access to the greater Chicago area, all while being at the heart of the city’s established business community. Take a stroll along the main strip and let yourself get inspired by the charming scenery and the artistic vibes of the neighborhood, or take a moment of retention by enjoying the New City lifestyle and entertainment district right across the street.


Cross Streets: West Blackhawk Street and North Halsted Street

Neighborhood: River North

South Blue Island Avenue, Chicago, IL 60608 Starting at $800

This office facility is a shared working environment designed for individuals and organizations looking for a turnkey office solution that offers flexibility and value without compromise.

Cross Streets: Off West 18th Street

West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60661 Starting at $800

Located in the heart of Chicago’s West Loop. The first-floor shared office space was designed by OKW Architects (The New City, Brooklyn Bowl, Block 37, Eataly) to foster creativity and productivity. The building itself was designed by Daniel H. Burnham in 1911. Just two blocks from the CTA blue line, members enjoy a prime West Loop location with easy access to the rest of the city.


Cross Streets: Between S. Jefferson Street and S. Desplaines Street

North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60657 Starting at $800

This prime Chicago business center’s aim is to connect the next wave of entrepreneurs, creatives, independents, and dreamers. Motivated by passion for work, they want to create the next iteration of co-working that is an energizing place for their community to unleash their fullest potential.

Cross Streets: Between West Barry Avenue and West Wellington Avenue

West Huron Street, Chicago, IL 60654 Starting at $450

Located in the heart of Chicago’s River North neighborhood, this red brick building features lofted ceilings and abundant natural lighting. Built in 1918, the building combines historic elements with contemporary amenities such as fiber internet, kegerator, and espresso machine. The space is conveniently located just steps from popular River North restaurants and nightlife. Situated only two blocks from the Chicago River, the five floors of offices and larger suites at this location offer easy access for everyone on your team to both CTA and Metra transit options at the nearby Merchandise Mart and Ogilvie stations. Plus, car commuters can access I-90 and I-94 within minutes!


Cross Streets: Between North Hudson Street and North Sedgwick Street

Neighborhood: River North

West North Avenue, Chicago, IL 60647 Starting at $1200

Co-working space meets internet cafe. From professionals to students and everyone in-between, this location offers a place to focus, gather, refuel and be productive. This center provides a welcoming environment for all. Amenities include high speed Wifi, conference room, shared printer, kitchenette and casual seating.

Cross Streets: At North St. Louis Avenue

West Monroe Street, Chicago, IL 60603 Starting at $450

When Bill Bennett started his first business in 2007, he began to search for a bright, vibrant office space. With a growing company, he was eager to be located in Chicagos Loop, but brokers turned him down when they learned he wasnt interested in a long-term lease. After looking at a few dingy sublets and several œvery 1980s-feeling Regus centers, Bennett settled for an affordable but basic co-working space at The Incubator in Evanston. He soon realized that without a sense of community and common space to interact with other businesses, he was spending ten hours a day in his office without speaking to anyone. Meeting other entrepreneurs who felt similarly dissatisfied with the available options, Bennett decided to use his expertise in niche real estate (his first business focused on student housing) to found Level Office and create budget-friendly, amenity-rich office space to help small businesses thrive. An exhaustive three-year search and $8 million in capital led him to 73 W. Monroe, which had everything he was looking for in a building: a central location, a good price, and historic elements that could be revitalized and incorporated into a contemporary office space. œWhen Bill first showed me the building, it was totally trashed, says investor Michael Brown, who is a stakeholder in many of Bennetts ventures. œBut Bill can walk through an empty building, see what the problems are, and show you the vision for it. Unlike other national workspace providers, Bennett decided early on that he wanted to own each Level Office building in order to invest in the infrastructure in a bigger way and to create more amenities for clients. Features of Monroes five-floor buildings include original wood beams and Edison lightbulbs, a mix with contemporary amenities such as glassed-in offices, and dedicated 250 Mbps internet. A high-ceilinged common area serves up custom lattes and local draft beer, as well as offering workspace for interns and visiting employees. Level also features over the top amenities that few others have, such as bike rooms, showers, movie theaters, recording studios, storage units, and event space. œWe want to be able to offer small businesses access to all the amenities that firms like Google are offering, says Bennett. The Monroe building opened in September 2013, followed by two more locations in Chicagos Loop in 2014, two locations in Houston, and one each in Dallas, Charlotte, Seattle, Jacksonville. Bennett expects to open 50 Level locations in cities nationwide by 2019. Levels current users range from law firms to growing marketing agencies to non-profit organizations looking for inexpensive space. Rates for a fully furnished small office start at $349 a month and include utilities as well as access to collaborative opportunities such as happy hours, guest speakers, and œLunch and Learn events where new clients can discover ways to do business with their neighbors. œThere is a real sense of community, says Brian Lauterbach, founder of the fundraising website DonorPath. œIts as simple as borrowing a power cord or recommending a quarterly report template for investors. For Bennett, the lonely hours in an insular office are a distant memory. He likes to leave his door open for serendipitous drop-ins. œToday I went out and sat on the couches and ended up in conversation with an organic food distributor, he says. œIt feels like a dream to know all these smart, interesting people.

Cross Streets: Between South Clark Street and South Dearborn Street


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