About co.up coworking space
co.up has been open for coworking since 2009, with about 500 coworkers having come through our doors between then and now. We offer flexible workspaces, which means that you can grab any spot that's free (whether a sitting or standing desk, the couch, or wherever you wish), plug in your laptop, and you're good to go. We provide the necessary infrastructure like power, wi-fi, laser printer, scanner, fax, cold & hot drinks, as well as nice company for lunch breaks and peer-to-peer support for work-related questions. Don't be shy. Introduce yourself!
The combination of infrastructure and people is what makes coworking better than working from home, a coffee shop or even an old-school office. We try to provide the best of all worlds.
co.up is divided into several rooms with a total of 360sqm, located on the 3rd and 5th floor of a classic Berlin factory building. We have two rooms and one lounge/bar area in the loft-style office upstairs and a larger room/event space downstairs. We also have two smaller meeting rooms that can be booked for meetings or calls.
* Photos of the space are licensed under Creative Commons.
In the press
Sofas, Pflanzen, eine Bar. Kuchen wartet schon und an den Wänden hängen lustige Monsterbilder … Berliner Zeitung
Flucht aus der Einsamkeit: Coworking erobert Metropolen weltweit … Associated Press
Die Entwicklerszene organisiert Treffen in den Räumen, Besuch kommt aus aller Welt … Spiegel Online
Ob Freiberufler oder Künstler: Sie alle brauchen einen Platz zum Arbeiten. Und den finden sie immer öfter in einem so genannten Co-Working-Space … ZDF
To visit us during the day, go through the big metal gate to the left of Adalbertstr. 7, straight to the far end of the courtyard, and in the first tunnel to your right. Ring the doorbell marked "co.up Coworking UG" and come up to the 5th floor space to talk to someone from the co.up team and get set up. Ring at "co.up 3.OG" when attending evening/weekend events in the 3rd floor space.
If you are attending an evening/weekend meetup, you may find the big gate closed. In that case, go back in the direction of Kottbusser Tor to the small gate at Adalbertstr. 5-6. Reach through the bars to turn the handle of the small door-like gate, and make your way straight through the tunnel, left through a second tunnel and then straight past the bike rack until you see the door of our building, across from the mailboxes. If the gate is locked, get in touch with your event organizer!
If you need to use the elevator, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can arrange to pick you up from the ground floor. We're very sorry to say our bathrooms are not accessible, but there are a few accessible bathrooms nearby.