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Coworking Mexico City: The Best Spaces in Roma, Condesa, & Polanco

Coworking Mexico City: The Best Spaces in Roma, Condesa, & Polanco

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There are some seriously great spaces for coworking in Mexico City and more seem to be opening up every week.

If you’re going to be in Mexico City for an extended period of time, it might be worthwhile to get yourself a membership at places like WeWork or other similar spaces.

I personally use the Croissant Coworking app. It’s a monthly subscription that allows you to use tons of different coworking spaces around Mexico City (or anywhere else in the world where they have office spaces like New York, Barcelona, Amsterdam and even in Brazil!).

The thing I love about Croissant is that I’m not tied to one particular coworking space. If I head to a coworking office in Roma Norte and it’s too busy to find a desk, I’ll head to another one that’s nearby. I’m not paying a monthly fee for one single location and I get to try out new locations around the city whenever I want.

If you want to try out the app, use this link to get a week’s free trial.

Best Coworking Spaces in Mexico City: Roma & Condesa

There’s a reason most people get apartments in this region of Mexico. There is so much to do in Condesa and Roma, so many great restaurants, so many AMAZING bars

There are so many coworking spaces in Roma and Condesa. There are more cropping up every single day, but these are my favorites of the places that I’ve checked out so far.

inside of coffice in Roma Norte, a popular coworking space in Mexico City

Inside Coffice where you can grab a coffee, a sandwich, and get down to work!


Plaza Villa de Madrid 9

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 8am-10pm, Saturdays 9am-9pm

This is the easiest coworking space to visit if you are just staying in Mexico City temporarily. When you first arrive, you check in at the front desk. If you spend even just one hour, you get a complimentary americano style coffee or a tea. There’s always water available for free. If you want a latte, a matcha tea, or something fancier, it’s a few dollars. They’ll give you the wifi password at the front desk.

When you are ready to leave, you go back to the front desk and you pay based on how long you were there. You can see the full price list here.

The space is really nice and open and there is plenty of natural light. There are four different rooms, bathrooms, plenty of outlets, and tons of desks. It’s usually pretty busy, but I’ve never had trouble finding a seat.  


Cordoba 95

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm

I found this one using the Croissant app and I am so glad that I did. It is perhaps my favorite coworking space in all of Mexico City. The space is huge – it’s an entire building with outdoor space, an espresso machine, regular drip coffee, water, and desks everywhere. It’s spread across several floors, there are phone booths where you can use the phone to call anywhere in North America free of charge. There are printers if you need to have things printed.

The man who runs Privat is incredibly friendly. He is originally from Argentina, but lived in the US for a while before settling in Mexico City. You can choose to stay all day using the Croissant app. If you don’t have the app, you can also visit and pay for a day pass. They offer monthly and yearly passes at a discounted rate which allows you full access to the entire building.

Inside Privat, a stylish coworking space in Mexico City

Inside Privat where you can sit, get work done, drink coffee, and then pop outside to get a little bit of Vitamin D.


Avenida Álvaro Obregón 151

This is a creative-entrepreneurs dream location. In addition to being a normal co-working space, CoEstudio also has a dark room where you can develop photos, an art gallery on-site to give you some inspiration (or a break from your work), plenty of printers to use (and even different sizes to print materials and photos). There’s a free coffee station and a beautiful outdoor space to work in.

CoEstudio offer different packages depending on how much access you want to the space. The cheapest is about $100 a month (2,000 Pesos) which includes normal office hours Monday to Friday, printer access, access to the roof garden, and free coffee. If you want 24-hour access to the space, you can pay 3,000 Pesos ($150 USD) per month. 

For day rates, you’ll have to call or go to the coworking space and ask the front desk.


Zacatecas 98

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm

This is a great coworking space that aims to create community around creative entrepreneurs. They host different events where you can network with people (in Spanish, mostly). They have a bright colorful workspace with a few desks and tables to use. There is free printing, free coffee that you can help yourself to and a few locations around Mexico City.

Inside CoLabora, a Coworking spacein Mexico City

One of the rooms inside Colabora on Zacatecas – you have to head into the pizza place downstairs and then go upstairs to find the rooms.

Impact Hub

Avenida Álvaro Obregón 168

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 8:30am-8pm

I only recently noticed this place, which is very conveniently located on Alvaro Obregon, the main street in Roma Norte. A friend told me that it’s a great creative space that hosts different networking events throughout the month. It’s an interesting concept in that they really want to help foster companies and individual businesses that are working to improve the community.

You can read more about it on their website.

Best Offices for Coworking in Mexico City: Polanco (& Surrounding Areas)

There are tons of coworking spaces around Polanco. It’s the nearest suburb to my house, so it’s very convenient for me to head to one of these spots mid-week to get out of my house and get some work done.

CREA Polanco

Juan Vazquez de Mella 481, 2nd Floor

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm

This is very conveniently located just off the Periferico, one of the city’s main highways that runs from north to south (on the west side of the city). I really love CREA Polanco, not just for it’s location, but because it’s such a nice space to work. It has a little bit more of an “office” feel than some of the other spaces around the city on this list. It’s not covered with art, there aren’t really any plants, and there are only a few big windows. AKA there are no distractions. This is the place to come if you need to buckle down and get some work done.

It’s usually about half full when I visit during the week and there are always plenty of empty desks and tables to sit if you don’t want to mingle. There’s a little coffee and tea area where you can help yourself, there’s a printer where you can print for a small fee, and there are small phone booths where you can go to take a call without disturbing others around you.

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Gobernador Muzquiz 15

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 8am-6pm

Almost completely opposite to CREA, Publico is colorful, fun, well decorated and creative. If you need a place around Polanco (it’s actually just outside of the Constituyentes metro station) that gets the creative juices flowing, head to Publico. 

There’s a great little coffee station where you can help yourself to as much espresso coffee as you need. There’s water as well as plenty of tea options to choose from. There’s also a small outdoor space to get some fresh air in between bursts of working. This is definitely a favorite on this list and one I wish was just a little bit closer to my house so I could head here more often.

Proyecto 7

Campos Eliseos 174

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 8am-8pm

This is a very accessible space if you are based in the Polanco area. It’s located on one of the more main streets and is nice and spacious. It’s very rarely too busy and I always find a seat when I visit. It’s a big space with a lot of different tables, which makes it perfect for small meetings of two or three people.

There’s a coffee and tea are where you can just help yourself. There is also a small area where you can purchase sodas and snacks, but there isn’t a full-fledged cafe, so bring your own lunch (or head to nearby Polanquito to eat).


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