A vibrant, European-influenced city, Buenos Aires boasts a flourishing startup sector—fueled by government-backed accelerators and a slew of recent tax incentives. Entrepreneurs doing everything from solving environmental issues to launching foodie services are finding traction in this lively metropolis. Plus, bigger industries like fintech, app development, and web design continue to innovate and grow.
Coworking spaces are also part of this trend, providing environments that facilitate the type of collaboration—between colleagues, teams, even different companies—that powers innovation. These workspaces offer hot desks, private offices, shared lounges, and bookable conference rooms to a range of professionals. Freelancers and digital nomads take advantage of the sense of community, while enterprise companies utilize coworking spaces when opening satellite offices or hiring remote workers.
In workspace solutions like WeWork, conveniences such as super-fast internet, mail handling, and free-flowing coffee help your team stay productive. Plus, beautifully designed lounges and conference rooms are the perfect backdrop for meeting clients and investors.
Here are some of the best coworking spaces in Buenos Aires.
An impressive meeting spot
Step into the soaring lobby of WeWork Torre Bellini, and you’re greeted by a light-filled atrium, pops of color, and beautiful, custom art. But this is only the beginning, as this shared workspace offers 25 floors of premium, collaborative workspace. Glass-walled conference rooms, private offices, individual phone booths, and expansive lounges are all part of the experience. The kicker? A sweeping rooftop terrace with city and river views.
A pet-friendly location with an elegant design and state-of-the-art amenities, this coworking space encourages not only productivity but also relaxation via the site’s meditation room and evening social events. Maybe your team does its best thinking while playing pinball or Ping-Pong—if so, WeWork Torre Bellini has you covered with recreational games right in the building. When hunger strikes, just step outside and you’ll find a winning selection of Peruvian, Vietnamese, and French vendors.
Surrounded by culture
Spanning three floors of thoughtfully designed coworking space, WeWork Ing. Enrique Butty 275 puts you in the corporate heart of Buenos Aires. Start work in spacious lounges that feature high ceilings and plenty of natural light, giving this location a breezy, uncluttered feel. When inspiration strikes, fan its flame in the onsite brainstorming room.
Venture through the neighborhood for a lunchtime culture boost: Plaza San Martín, a green oasis, is a few blocks away, as is the Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat Art Collection. After work, there’s no shortage of restaurants and bars in the walkable Retiro area, suitable for entertaining clients and bonding with the team.
For entertaining out-of-town clients
Six floors of collaborative office space are available at WeWork Andres Arguibel 2860, in the La Cañitas section of Palermo. The basics like printing, cleaning, internet service, and coffee are available for all members, and you won’t need to worry about transportation with onsite parking and bike storage.
Home to the Argentine Polo Ground and one of the highest concentrations of bars and restaurants in the city, this neighborhood is ideal for work and play. Entertain clients with drinks at a polo game (even if you can’t explain the rules), or head to El Solar for some retail therapy after work.
At the city’s financial center
WeWork Corrientes 800 provides prime office space in the beating heart of Buenos Aires’s financial and administrative sectors—typically a challenging locale for securing workspace. At this central location, you’ll find yourself not only with access to other businesses but at the crossroads of the city’s theater district and one of the world’s widest, most lively avenues.
Several floors of the 37-story tower offer highly functional, vibrant workspace, with comfortable lounges and ultra-modern conference rooms. Plus, you’re just two blocks from one of South America’s most iconic landmarks, The Obelisk.
A break from the hustle
If you need a collaborative site away from the hustle and bustle of central Buenos Aires, travel north on Avenida Del Libertador, and you’ll arrive at WeWork’s location in Vicente López, a suburb that attracts a lot of corporations and professionals.
You’ll find 14 spacious floors of collaborative workspace with calming river views and plenty of natural light at WeWork Av. Libertador 1000. This building is well appointed, with a brainstorming room, an inviting rooftop terrace, and all the conveniences that let you concentrate on work. For a break between meetings, jog along Paseo Costero or stroll Miguel de Azcuénaga, a tree-lined cobblestone street dotted with sidewalk cafés.
If you’re looking for workspace in Buenos Aires—whether you’re working for yourself or growing a remote team—coworking spaces provide access to a professional environment and a thriving network of professionals, without breaking the bank. With a selection of spaces across the metropolis, WeWork has the space and support you need to succeed in Buenos Aires.