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Coworking in Kyiv

Coworking in Kyiv

Kyiv has an abundant and booming startup scene, with a creative and unique flair. As the economic and financial centre of Ukraine, it makes sense our capital city makes space for those up-and-coming businesses set to soar

Coworking spaces are global phenomena nowadays: a fast-rising trend of spaces where freelancers, remote workers, and companies work together in shared, communal settings. Kyiv is no stranger to this way of work, and whether you’re a freelancer, entrepreneur, start-up, or just a company that wants to take advantage of a flexible space, these top coworking spots located in the centre of Kyiv will gear your business to thrive.

Khreschatyk 10

A modern spacious hub located inside a building steeped in classical architecture is the result of cooperation between the city of Kyiv, Norway’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and non-profit NGO Seed Forum. iHub is open for only IT-oriented freelancers, startups, and companies encouraging the creation of the high-tech business community in Ukraine and eastern Europe. This coworking space is much more than just a space: they strive to provide skills, education, support, and mentorship to young businesses in the IT sector.
+380 50 334 7240

 Creative Quarter
Gulliver Business Centre, Sportyvna Pl 1a

This is a top spot to work, network, and generally be productive. Located within the Gulliver business centre, Creative Quarter takes on more of a corporate feel with everything you need to boost your business. The space includes private offices with capacity from 3 to 50 people, open coworking spaces, and a team dedicated to helping you get your business off the ground. If corporate is not your cup of tea but you wish to keep the same community ethos, check out their Podil location in the Astarta business centre.  And, get this! They also happen to be dog-friendly.
+380 44 225 9990

Lva Tolstoho 3

Since 2012, Chasopys has been home to many freelancers, startups, and networking groups from a range of creative sectors across Kyiv and Ukraine. This welcoming downtown spot exudes a more flexible and laidback creative atmosphere with seven rooms and private offices upstairs. With spaces across the city, including eduspaces and presence in ‘Unit City’, the first Ukrainian innovation park, Chasopys is justifyably an essential link between the growing tech sector and the boost in Ukraine’s economy.
+380 44 591 25 35

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Bibliotech Smart Café
Saksahanskoho 120

If you prefer to do business in a young and chilled out space which has hardly any semblance to an office, Bibliotech could be the right place. It provides a friendly way of working in a communal workspace with high flexibility. The break-out space filled with comfy sofas, desks, and bright décor is accompanied by three meeting rooms of different sizes. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, so when the day’s work is done swap your notebook for the game consoles in the lounge room, or even for Ping-Pong paddles after 17.00.
+380 67 502 5535

Coworking Platforma Leonardo/Art Zavod
Volodymyrska 52/17

This modern coworking space in an enviable location brings 2 300 square metres of workspace to develop your business ideas and see them come to life. Divided into lounge zone, open space, and private offices, Platforma Leonardo is a sophisticated business center with a focus on hospitality, design, and community. If you prefer the left bank of the city, then sister branch Platforma Art Zavod should be your coworking spot. Three artsy and airy floors in a repurposed factory gather creative teams, developers, and artists. This coworking space will help you do some of your most inspired work.
+380 67 690 8324

Zelenka coworking space
Yaroslaviv Val 11/1

This unique place combines childcare with coworking space. Different programs for kids will allow you to focus on your work in one of three location.
+380 93 379 4141


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