Working remotely has become increasingly popular in recent years, and it’s no surprise that there are many free workspaces available for entrepreneurs, freelancers, and remote workers in Toronto. Are you a freelancer or a remote worker looking for a great free workspace in the most livable city in the world? Here are the top five options:
Here are the top 5 free workspaces:
- Pamenar Toronto
- Goldstruck Coffee
- Shangri – La Toronto
- Four Seasons Toronto Hotel
- Sheraton Centre Hotel Toronto
1. Pamenar Toronto
A true hidden gem in the heart of Kesington Market, Cafe Pamenar is a coffee shop, bar, and local hangout with a lush back patio tucked away from the busy city. The space is long and narrow and there is plenty of seating both indoors and outdoors, the wifi and outlet access is good to boot. Laptop workers are allowed to occupy the back patio and enjoy their workday with lattes and bakery to die for! Bear in mind, that you will be asked to close your laptop before 7 PM and enjoy a social atmosphere.
2. Goldstruck Coffee
If you live for that rustic, aesthetically pleasing, almost homey vibes, then you’ll want to check out Goldstruck Coffee. This Yorkville gem is a perfect spot for those looking to dive into work and turn off all distractions. Tranquil and cozy; what more could the laptop worker ask for? Oh, a high-quality coffee and extremely friendly staff, of course!
3. Shangri – La Toronto
Set in the financial district, it won’t be hard to find your type at the Shangri-La’s dimly lit 90-seat Lobby Lounge. There’s no need to feel outside your comfort zone in this urban living room – where you’ll be surrounded by two storey windows, large paintings, sculptures, and a grand piano set. Get your work done on the lush leather sofas and chairs and enjoy an extremely light and airy workspace. The best part? The lobby’s evening entertainment – just to make your night a little more romantic.
4. Four Seasons Hotel Toronto
Four Season Hotel Toronto hosts a contemporary lobby and bar, which are the places to see and be seen. In the surprisingly welcoming space, you will be able to see a variety of people: from young entrepreneurs to fashionable go-getters. Get to know another friendly coworker over shared laughter while sipping on a cup of coffee.
5. Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
Impeccably located in the financial district Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel offers a sense of belonging the moment you enter. This space regularly welcomes for both business and leisure travellers to relax. Sweeping views of downtown Toronto, an extremely bright lobby and free Wi-Fi will keep you fueled and connected throughout your work day. There’s ample seating and a bustling atmosphere that allows you to blend in with the crowd easily. The open space lobby is available 24 hours to work from.
That concludes our list of the best five free workspaces in Toronto. Whether you’re a freelancer, entrepreneur, or remote worker, these spaces offer a comfortable, bright and productive environment to get your work done. Be sure to check them out and take advantage of their free amenities and services!
So what next?
If you’re new to Toronto’s coworking scene or just looking for something a little more special than the average commercial chain offering coworking then head over to Othership to see our range of free & unique workspaces.
We have over tonnes of spaces with many totally free to book, and if you become a premium member you can then save up to 50% off or grab a free coffee across our curated network of partner venues.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are these workspaces in Toronto really free?
Yes, you can use these workspaces for free! There is no charge for the use of a table in these venues to work from. Some of them even include a free coffee for Othership members
Do I have to pay for the Wi-Fi?
There is no extra charge for Wi-Fi in the free workspaces we recommend.
Is there a stable Wi-Fi connection in free workspaces?
The workspaces that you can book via Othership have all been tested and verified. A good Wi-Fi connection and power plugs are our main criteria when selecting spaces.
Aren’t free workspace very noisy?
We select the venues we recommend carefully. They’re never as quiet as a library, but the noise level allows for a good work environment.
Can I bring my dog to free workspaces in London?
There are spaces that allow dogs and some that don’t. We recommend you browse through these dog-friendly venues!
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