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Downtown Coworking is a Whole Vibe

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Although Downtown Tulsa has many picturesque coffee shops that are wonderful to work from, sometimes you need to bounce ideas off other people. A great place to do that is at a Downtown coworking space! Here are some of the best spots in Downtown to achieve maximum productivity.


36 Degrees North
36 Degrees North Basecamp common area

36 Degrees North 

36 Degrees North provides high-quality workspace, helpful resources, and vibrant community to entrepreneurs, innovators, and startups who want to drive economic impact in Tulsa. Members are small business owners, freelancers, and remote workers who seek to connect with one another and, often, to build new skills through 36DN's excellent programming.

There are two workspaces to choose from — Basecamp and Camp II — both located among many Tulsa Arts District restaurants and bars like Chimera Cafe, Valkyrie, and The Chowhouse. The Incubator, which supports early stage, scalable startups, is housed on the fifth floor of One Technology Center. By 2024, 36DN will expand and move all its facilities under one roof to the old OTASCO warehouse, 212 N. Cheyenne Ave.

Here are some perks: 

  • Weekly events
  • Mentorship program 
  • Incubator program 

The Root Coworking
The Root Coworking lobby

The Root Coworking 

The Root Coworking, is more than just a shared office space; it's a diverse and inclusive coworking community for all types of people and businesses. The Root understands that everyone is built differently: Some like to network and collaborate with other professionals, while others prefer to sit in a dark environment with their headphones on and not be bothered for days. They get it and have built the perfect space for everyone!

Working at The Root also means you'll be near Greenwood District spots like Black Wall Street Liquid Lounge and Lefty's on Greenwood, as well as Blue Dome District favorites Red Light Chicken and James E. McNellie's Public House.


Boston Business Center
Boston Business Center conference room

Boston Business Center 

The Boston Business Center is a beautiful 400,000-square-foot building with dynamic office space. Its towering ceilings and unique interior features will earn your admiration, and the floor plans are adaptable to your business needs.

In the heart of the Deco District, this office space is among some of the best places to eat and drink. Elote Cafe & Catering, Topeca Coffee, and Copaneazi's Pizzeria are just seconds away, and if you get thirsty after work, head over to Eerie Abbey Ales.


Mid-Continental Building
Mid-Continent Tower

Mid-Continent Business Center Business Center 

Want to office in one of Tulsa’s most recognizable landmarks? In addition to the iconic rooftop, the Mid-Continent Tower also has an elegant main lobby with classic Neo-Gothic designs to welcome you every morning, in addition to 24/7 on-site personnel.

This office space is well located in the heart of Downtown, and you'll find that you'll make a wonderful community with your team and the neighboring businesses inside and outside the building. Tulsa is a friendly place, so don't hesitate to get on a first-name basis with local businesses like Triangle Coffee, Barbee's Cookies, and Deco Deli.


Kennedy Building atrium

Kennedy Building 

The Kennedy Building is another fabulous local landmark with coworking options. You'll be in good company as the building is home to some of the most respected organizations in town from widely varying sectors, like law, energy, and technology. 

This spot is walking distance from Center Court Food Hall in the Williams Tower, and you can take a quick stroll to the Center of the Universe.


Leadership Tulsa
Leadership Tulsa

Leadership Tulsa has a coworking space in Gunboat Park. Bring your laptop and work from one of two coworking lounges. They offer free parking, free wi-fi, and free locally-roasted coffee. Whether you’re just between meetings Downtown or need a regular spot to be productive, the Leadership Center is a comfortable place to cowork with others in Downtown Tulsa.

If you are interested in a snack don't hesitate to go to Daylight Donut, or go to The Vault for lunch, and if your interested in something new Foolish Things Coffee also has regular pop-up restaurants: Bischix, Butter Bar, Dumpling Night, et al. Dinner Series, and Japanese Breakfast. Follow them to find out what's happening when!


Many of these spaces offer complimentary coffee, tea, breakfast, and desserts! And once you start coworking in Downtown, you'll want to stick around after 5 PM. Good thing we have restaurants, bars, and entertainment, plus a range of living options.