Our Top 5 – trendy co-working spaces in Jozi

Our Top 5 - trendy co-working spaces in Jozi

Being in your office is so last season. Are you starting a business? Always on the road? We’ve found five of the friendliest, trendiest places to work out of the office – filled with inspiring, like-minded people and top-notch facilities. The best news? Every single one of them also has food!

Nomads & Co – Parkhurst

On the road and just realised there’s a proposal that needs to be done ASAP? Nomads & Co is where you go. It’s the place where creativity comes alive and there’s no need to book. If you fall in love with the space (which you totally will) you can subscribe and keep your spot Monday through Friday. Get creative in the lounge, brainstorm around coffee or get busy at a desk – all while having unlimited access to refreshments, lunch, fibre-fast WiFi and a reference library.

8 7th Avenue, Parktown North



SLOW in the City – Sandton

Join a community of business leaders, entrepreneurs and innovative leaders at SLOW in the City. Whether you’re looking for a trusty meeting spot to schmooze, space for events or just a place to hustle down and get work done, this is the spot. SLOW is decked out with lockers, WiFi, international plug points and incredibly sleek communal work spaces. They also have amazing meeting room packages available for when your whole team needs some out of the office time. Did we mention they’re serious about brain food too? There’s a bistro and coffee shop stocked with delish power foods!

Radisson Blu Gautrain Hotel, Corner of West and Rivonia road, Sandton



JoziHub – 44 Stanley

Don’t want to start your business out of a garage? Understandable, so head to JoziHub – the space that is dedicated to helping young tech entrepreneurs and start-ups grow. You can work on an Ad Hoc basis or book space for the month. The spot is equipped with loads of deskspace, private boardrooms and HD presentation equipment and has a super relaxed vibe. And it’s in the heart of 44 Stanley… if that doesn’t inspire you, nothing will!

44 Stanley Avenue, Milpark



OPEN – Maboneng

There’s no better place to get creative than in the heart of vibey Maboneng. OPEN provides an inspiring, creative environment to work, host meetings, conferences or events. With a large co-working area, complete with hot desks and dedicated desks, offices, board rooms, a café and a lounge, ther’s an abundance of space to get busy. There’s a support team onsite to make the environment work for you. OPEN has the fastest internet available in the CBD and has a mixed community of entrepreneurs to mingle with.

The Main Change, 20 Kruger Street, Maboneng



Travail – Melrose Arch

Although this spot is currently closed for renovations and expansions, they’re set to re-open by Easter 2017. Travail is ideal for travelling professionals looking for an office space. The space is designed to deal with office acoustics and some of the chairs can act as encapsulated offices – now that’s cool. It’s perfect for anyone – those who think meeting in coffee stores is unprofessional and even those who feel isolated working from home. Meet like-minded professional and get networking!

34 Melrose Blvd, Melrose Arch

Facebook: Travail


The following two tabs change content below.
Hello Joburg was first published in April 1980 as a monthly restaurant and entertainment magazine. Over the years we have developed a network of patriotic Joburgers that love nothing more than sharing their experiences in this beautiful city!


  1. Great article and list of co-working office spaces. I am also looking for the co-working spaces, hope this article will help me to find out the one. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Hi I want to get the cost of coworking office. My contact is 0794152631

  3. Hi Donation, Unfortunately we do not manage the office spaces – you can contact them on the contact details supplied in the article. Thank you! 🙂

  4. Hi

    Thank you for the article. Do you perhaps know when Travail will be open again? I cannot find any information online.


  5. Hi Lourens, unfortunately not. As a magazine we just share things that may be of interest to our readers, but do not have any affiliation with the venues, not part of their staff etc. Please do try and contact them directly? Many Thanks.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

©2017 Hello Joburg | All Rights Reserved