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6 Coworking Spaces in Montréal (Perfect for Business Travellers)

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Coworking is a business organization style that combines a shared workspace with a network of people that encourage collaboration and openness. Ideal for entrepreneurs, designers, artists, social entrepreneurs, small teams and entrepreneurially-minded employees, these types of spaces are synonymous with both startup culture and Millennial work styles.

For business travellers wishing to extend their stay in Montréal — either before or after a conference — but who cannot completely stop working, here are some innovative spaces to log a little office time.

Crew Café

Crew Café. Once the head office for the Royal Bank of Canada head office, the Beaux-Arts style building boasts soaring 15-metre ceilings. These days it’s been renovated into a café and dedicated coworking space. Meeting space available to rent. 

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Gare. In the heart of trendy Mile End, Gare is one of the original coworking spaces in Montréal. Nab a floating seat for $20/day or reserve something more permanent for a longer stay. The space regularly hosts training sessions and events that allow members, guests and experts from various fields to share knowledge. 


Notman House. As the hub of Montréal’s innovation community, Notman has 22 offices available for tech-focused startups. You’ll be rubbing elbows with the most creative brains in the city. If you don’t require a month-long office rental, you can pull up a seat at OSMO café, which offers espresso-based drinks and free Wi-Fi.


Fabrik8.  A new style of work environment for businesses and independent workers, in Montréal’s burgeoning Mile-Ex neighborhood. The “open workspace” option is ideal for solo freelancers or business folks on the move. Plenty of big windows (i.e. natural light) and a conference room. 


Breather. Think of it as the “Uber” of office space — but instead of a car ride, you get a handsome space to chill out. Located in various corners of the city, each Breather is a room equipped with a desk, a comfortable couch, a selection of plugs (to recharge your devices) and high speed Wi-Fi service. While it’s not technically a “coworking” space, it does make an ideal option for small groups to meet. 

Nexus coworking spaces

Nexus. A business centre and coworking space tailored for people looking to work in an affordable and professional-looking environment. The rentals are based on turnkey packages, and don’t require long-term commitment. Amenities include printers, a kitchen and use of meeting rooms. 

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