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Office Kitchen Space
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Chicago, IL
Fully functioning office kitchen for meetings, photoshoots and movie productions. This listing is for the Office Kitchen Space only. Fits 15 people. Available for buyout with co-working space (25 people) total of 40 people. Buyout will be available $350 an hour.
Internal Offices
  • $75/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Chicago, IL
Office Space for photoshoots, meetings, and movie productions. This listing is for the Internal Office only. Can fit 1-10 people. Between 100 and 280 sqft.
Exterior Offices
  • $90/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Chicago, IL
Office space for meetings, photoshoots, and movie productions. This listing is for the Exterior Office. Between 100 and 280 sqft. Can fit between 1-10 people.
Hybrid Team Space - Clarke Boardroom
  • $35/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Chicago, IL
Clarke Boardroom Types of events: Corporate Events, Executive Meetings, Team Offsites and more. Our space is completely modular and can accommodate a range of needs. If you have any questions about whether or not we are the right space for your event, please don't hesitate to reach out. Layout of the space: Boardroom - Chairs placed around a conference table / up to 5 people Features: All conference rooms are equipped with a digital screen and a whiteboard Check out our 3D tour: (copy and paste the link into your web browser) TeamWorking is the epicenter and gateway to an innovation ecosystem that includes ventures, enterprises, investors, incubators, innovation labs, and more. Work in a place that has been built with today’s team in mind – collaborative, flexible, and hybrid. Centrally located in downtown Chicago it is the command post where teams grow. TeamWorking is powered by TechNexus Venture Collaborative. It is the future of work—a purpose-built workplace for today's teams. Our purpose-built, modular space (65,000 sq. ft) is perfect for teams to collaborate safely with each other and our community. For more information, visit us at or email us at TeamWorking is completely modular - not only does our furniture easily move, but so do our walls. Our event space is set up in a way that we can physically distance your guests to ensure everyone feels comfortable and safe. Formal sanitization procedures are in place throughout our entire space and follow all the federal and city guidelines. All conference rooms and surfaces within are disinfected before and after each use. Those who are not vaccinated are strongly encouraged to remain masked within TeamWorking at TechNexus. Event logistics should be confirmed 4 days prior to your event. Please be sure to provide organizer contact information at the time of booking with TeamWorking. Event logistics should be confirmed at least 4 days prior to your event. Please be sure to provide the organizer's email address at the time of booking with TeamWorking. Once we have confirmed your reservation, we will send you an event checklist to fill out and a rental agreement to sign. If you have any other logistical questions, our reception desk can be reached at to help you finalize details to ensure you have a perfect event! Drop off catering does not need a certificate of insurance however anything beyond that does. COI’s require 48 hour notice for approval.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Group Work spaces in Chicago, IL?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $35 to $150

Which Group Work spaces are most popular in Chicago, IL in 2022?

Here are a top 3 most popular locations Office Kitchen Space , Internal Offices and Exterior Offices

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About Chicago

Chicago is a city of dreams. It has everything from towering skyscrapers and lakeshores to gorgeous parks and large multinational companies. The city radiates a feeling of pride and accomplishment, and these emotions are visible in the residents' confidence. Known as the 'Windy City,' Chicago embodies the American ideals of hard work, nationality, and determination.

This beautiful city is known for its forward-thinking ideas, business acumen, industrialization, and commercialization. Several excellent businesses and large corporations have made Chicago their base. The city's residents are skilled professionals and families, and Chicago is known for its superb educational and work opportunities.

Apart from the prosperity and growth, it also has a large ethnically diverse, culture-oriented community. The people enjoy music, arts, dance, all forms of liberal arts and take great pride in organizing various festivals, workshops, events, theater activities, and more. The work culture in Chicago is collaborative and bends towards a more goal-oriented work structure rather than rigid rules and formations. This is one of the reasons why there are so many coworking spaces flourishing in Chicago.

Group Work Space Options in Chicago

Group work or coworking spaces are excellent options for collaborative work and team building. The environment is relaxed, yet nurtures a sense of ideation, creation, and focused thinking. Some aspects to consider for group work spaces in Chicago are:

  • Furniture Rentals
    Almost all coworking and group work spaces in Chicago are fully furnished. Having a local furniture rental company outfit the entire area, make desk partitions, offer mobility support, and ergonomic chairs will increase the efficiency of the space. Locally sourced furniture will also make the area attractive and get clients faster.

  • Internet Service
    Group working spaces are collaborative and need fabulous high-speed internet to support efficiency. Access to online resources, team software, and research options allow employees to discover, grow, and self-educate themselves while adding value. Allowing remote employees the chance to do better work means an automatic boost in overall productivity. Internet providers in Chicago offer high-speed connectivity, low fault times, and excellent support services.

  • Office Signage
    Group work spaces offer companies the chance to work together. Office signage conveys clear and precise information about the different areas, partitions, and people. Signage with the company names, desk plates, logo printing, visiting cards, and more help demarcate various sections. Chicago has several signage businesses that can help with printing, signboards, banners, and tags.

Group Work Space Companies in Chicago

Professionals and businesses from Chicago can help locate and set up the group work spaces to ensure that they are a success from the get-go.

  • Cort Furniture Rentals
    Cort Furniture Rentals offer excellent customizations and innovations for open work seating spaces. They provide privacy dividers, power sources, and modular designs to ensure that all group work spaces are collaborative yet private. They also have sit-to-stand desks, space optimization facilities, and ergonomic seating options. The best part about working with Cort Furniture Rentals is that they offer excellent solutions, space maximization strategies and work with clients from the start of the project.

  • Everywhere Wireless
    Everywhere Wireless was ranked Best Overall Internet Service Provider by in 2018, 2019, and 2020. They offer cutting-edge infrastructure, a dedicated response team, and reliable connectivity. Some of their clients are Google, Amazon, Nike, Nintendo, Cisco, and CBS. Everywhere Wireless has an uptime guarantee of 99.99% allowing clients to increase demands, reduce wireless redundancy, and recover from disasters faster. They also give back to society by installing free hi-speed Wi-Fi in Chicago's beaches, parks, and local charities.

  • Signs By Tomorrow
    Signs By Tomorrow is a Chicago-based signage company with world-class expertise. They offer visual messaging solutions, high-impact signs, and are highly affordable. They have dependable customer service, provide unique customizations, and undertake signage, banner, design, and customized printing. The media they work with are acrylics, vinyl, feather, glass, pole banners, vehicle graphics, fabric banners, fabric signs, engravings of plaques and signs, and cast metal frameworks.

Pros and Cons of Group Work Spaces in Chicago

Chicago nurtures growth and prosperity, but like any other large city in the world, there are pros and cons to consider.


  • Diverse Food Options
    Chicago has more than 24 Michelin-starred restaurants. Visitors can also indulge in excellent deep-dish pizza, hotdogs, and various food trucks. Since the city has so many migrants, most people can find cuisines from all over the world – Italian, Japanese, Taiwanese, Mexican, Indian, French, and more.

  • Public transport
    This city has the second-largest public transportation system in the United States, with 129 bus routes and 145 train stations. The Pace buses and Metra trains service the suburbs and offer excellent frequency.

  • Strong economy
    Chicago has over 36 Fortune 500 companies and is the third-largest economy in the country. The businesses are diversified, with a Gross Metropolitan Product (GMP) of over $770 billion.


  • Cold winter seasons
    The winter in Chicago is brutal. Blistering winds, constant snow, and gray skies make Chicago extremely gloomy and frigid in the winter. The wind chill is also below 0 degrees with blizzard-like conditions when it storms.

  • Crime rate
    Chicago sees the occasional crime due to gun violence. However, most violent crime is usually contained in specific neighborhoods.

  • Traffic
    Since Chicago is exceptionally well-connected, there is near-constant traffic on the interstate intersections. Unfortunately, the I 94/90 and I 290/294 interchange is one of the busiest corridors in America.

Famous Locations in Chicago

  • Chicago Theater
    The iconic Chicago Theater has seen some of the greatest artists in worldwide history pass through. The theater is known for stand-up comedies, concerts, plays, magic shows, speeches, and sporting events. Visitors can also click photos below the fully illuminated 6-story sign. Built in 1921, the architecture is based on the opulence and luxury of the Palace of Versailles. The auditorium has glittering crystal chandeliers, gilded decoration, and murals adorning the ceilings and walls. Visitors can easily purchase tickets online and see some fantastic shows.

  • Lincoln Park Zoo
    Founded in 1868, the Lincoln Park Zoo is set on 35-acres of preserved land. It houses over 1,100 animals like gorillas, hippos, the critically endangered eastern black rhinos, polar bears, penguins, lizards, lemurs, birds, fish, insects, and other unique species. It has countless enclosures and exhibits and holds the spot of being the oldest zoo in the country.

  • Museum of Science and Industry
    One of the largest science museums in the United States, the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago is home to everything from German submarines, planes, trains, and full-sized replicas of coal mines. The museum was opened in 1933 and has evolved to include genetics, anatomy, transport, and industry. Visitors are encouraged to experience the science experiments and mock tornados.