Lucknow as a city has been going through a major change in terms of culture and lifestyle. People in Lucknow today are living very different lives than they were, say- 5 years ago.

The work culture of the city has changed along with everything else and if you’re someone who wants an office space without going through the hassle of putting everything together yourself, Lucknow has a number of options for you now.

The coworking space in Lucknow has slowly caught speed with that of other cities and the young entrepreneurs in the city have been given an ease of doing business like never before. So if you’re someone who has been looking for a great co-working space, or wants an office space with minimal investment, this article is for you.

Regus

Regus is a well known name in Lucknow and they are known for their uber cool, luxury working spaces. The company has several coworking office spaces in the country. Each one of their office space is equipped with high-speed internet, business grade facilities a 24 hour manned reception and short and long leases to choose from. You will also be able to find beverages, snacks, water and cutlery at an additional price.

Address: 4th Floor, Halwasiya Court, Hazratganj | Levana Cyber Heights, 10th floor, TC G 2/2 & TC G 5/5, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar

Contact: 0522 6786222, 0522 6672300

The Co Work Co.

Located in Vibhav Khand, near One Awadh Centre, this amazing coworking space is one of the most affordable yet reliable office spaces in Lucknow. They offer a modern open co-working space with all the amenities you would require. From dedicated work stations, private lockers, ergonomic chairs, stocked pantry, meeting/conference rooms to a lively office environment, this place has it all. The office space is not just affordable, it is comfortable, lively and modern.

Per desk charges: ₹4500

Address: B 4, Eaffy Tower, Second floor, Vibhav Khand, Gomti Nagar (opposite Mantri Awas)

Contact: 9769690266 | Vmayank333@gmail.com

MillennialWorx

Located at the busy Jagaran Circle in Hazratganj, ‘MillennialWorx’ is a cool-hip place where you can easily find a zen vibe and a relaxed atmosphere to do all that you need done. The plants, the green and the woodwork here, help creating a soothing and peaceful work environment. You will also find the office space to be equipped with most modern amenities including an open hot desk, a cabin desk, a meeting room/conference room and a hot coffee-tea machine to revive your spirits.

Address: 2nd Floor, Solitaire Complex, Opp. Gauri Apartment, Near Dainik Jagran Circle, Hazratganj

Contact: 9076569567

Incuspaze

Incuspaze is a known name in the coworking industry, with a ton of amenities, a quirky, modern yet comfortable space, they have a great co-work environment. You’ll find the workspace to be quite chill, they have a reception and waiting area for guests, a 24 hour access to the office space, a well stocked and clean pantry as well as admin and IT support. They also offer complimentary tea/coffee to the coworkers.

Address: A1/1 Sikka house Vibhuti Khand near Gomti Timber, Gomti Nagar | Levana Cyber Heights, 2nd Floor, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar

Contact: 9930663094

Collab Cowork

Another great co-working space located in the Gomti Nagar area, Collab Cowork is a place where you will find a modern setup along with great vibes. The workspace is inclusive of several amenities such as dedicated modern work-stations, uncluttered workspace, high-speed wifi, private lockers, breakaway zones, and an equipped pantry.

Address: D2/46-47, Shyama Shiv Square, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar

Contact: 805 2323 707

With these coworking spaces in Lucknow, now the entrepreneur in you won’t have to hide anymore. Let your dreams fly and make the first step towards achieving your goals. Get yourself a workspace now!

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