These are the top coworking spaces in Paris
📍 2 rue du Fer à Moulin, 75005 Paris
Paris-based La Permanence is a coworking space open 24/7 for students and entrepreneurs. It opened its first location in 2017 and a second location in 2018, both catering to students and early-stage entrepreneurs, though open to anyone.
📍 7 rue Geoffroy L’Angevin, 75004 Paris
Le Laptop has two locations in Paris: Jourdain in the east of Paris, and Beaubourg in the center. Le Laptop Beaubourg, located around the corner from the modern art museum Le Centre Pompidou, opened in 2012 as a space for collaborative work.
📍 9 rue d’Alexandrie, 75002 Paris
Located in two gut-renovated former textile buildings in Paris’s culturally rich Sentier neighborhood, Liberté Living-Lab fuses work and life in a setting filled with energy and light. Working out of the Living-Lab are not only entrepreneurs but also artists, students, public servants and corporates.
📍 14 rue des Carmes, 75005 Paris
Founded three years ago by Emmanuel Watrinet and his brother Benjamin, the idea behind Nuage Cafe is to transport visitors outside of the bustle of central Paris and to a place of deep calm. “We’re trying to provide inspiration for members, and the fact that we are in an old church in the Latin Quarter does that,” Emmanuel says.
📍 33 rue du Mail, 75002 Paris
Opened by global investment platform Partech in 2014 as a workspace dedicated to digital transformation and growth through the collaboration of corporate enterprises and startups, Partech Shaker has since become an integral location in Paris’s tech ecosystem.
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📍 21 rue de Cléry, 75002 Paris
The idea behind Schoolab is to fuse the energy of students and young entrepreneurs with the expertise of larger corporations and CEOs. More than just a coworking space, seven programs run out of Schoolab, including an innovation studio, an entrepreneurship program for students and a hackathon.
📍 5 Parvis Alan Turing, 75013 Paris
Station F is so big, it might as well be its own startup ecosystem within the ecosystem. The initial idea of the space, which was founded by entrepreneur Xavier Niel, was to put everything an early-stage entrepreneur might need in one place, including workspaces, resources for getting your business up and running and an in-house prototyping lab.
Main photo of Station F by Startup Guide. All photos: Startup Guide