August 9 is National Coworking Day, so celebrate with a productive day spent at one of Albany's coworking spaces!  Whether you are visiting from out-of-town and need a place to plug-in for the afternoon, or a local looking to get re-inspired with your work, a coworking spot is the ideal place to get down to business. Keep reading for details on 3 coworking spaces in Albany.  

CoLab Albany

CoLab is a shared work space with a modern minimalist design that attracts innovators, entrepreneurs, students, artists and more. The space is accented with a sweeping mural by artist Rachel Baxter that provides a bright pop of color. The space is curated to forge connections, nurture creativity and inspire productivity. CoLab is located in downtown Albany's historic Arcade Building, right across the hall from Stacks Espresso Bar! Pick up a cup of coffee, grab a chair and get to work! Rates: Day Pass is $20/day and memberships are $200/month.

Bull Moose Club

Work, create and connect at Bull Moose Club, a hyper-charged coworking space. Conveniently located near the Empire State Plaza and the New York State Capitol Building, the Bull Moose Club is frequently bustling with business leaders, advocacy groups, trade associations, lobbyists and creative professionals. Be inspired by magnificent views of downtown Albany, fellow coworkers and the unlimited free coffee! Interested in testing out the space? In honor of National Coworking Day, Bull Moose Club is offering free coworking Tuesdays throughout the month of August for potential new members! Rates: Day pass is $30/day and memberships start at $200.  

Beahive Albany

Beahive is housed in a former architect's studio that has been transformed into a variety of shared work areas. Located across the street from the SUNY System Admin Building, coworkers utilizing the space can peruse the weekly farmer's market and enjoy the variety of nearby restaurants. Wondering why "Beahive" is spelled funny? It is a nod to the first Beahive location in the Hudson Valley's Beacon! The Albany spot was the third "hive" to open in Upstate New York. Rates: Day pass is $25/day and memberships start at $150/month.