Coworking Spaces



Coworking Spaces

Coworking allows individual entrepreneurs and small businesses to work in a collaborative space. The trend has been growing in Kingston in recent years, and a number of spots now offer an opportunity to rent desks, offices and working spaces for hours, days or months.

Fractal Workspace

Fractal is dedicated to helping workers with any of their business needs. Located in the west end close to the 401, Fractal embraces technology to streamline daily functions. They’ve got dedicated desks, offices and company options available plus lots of cool amenities like a podcast studio, SnapCab privacy pods (made in Kingston) and virtual office options.

623 Fortune Cres. #100
Kingston, Ontario
K7P 0L5

Sanctuary Coworking

Located downtown in a historical church building (built in 1864), Sanctuary Coworking rebuilt the interior to house local small businesses and entrepreneurs. Over 20 small businesses reside in the stunning space, which features huge windows and limestone walls. Many community events have taken place there, including Lululemon yoga, a mayoral announcement and business workshops.

221 Queen St.
Kingston, Ontario
K7K 1B4

Seaway Coworking

Located in downtown Kingston, Seaway Coworking is built to support the flexibility needed for growing businesses, busy students and entrepreneurs. With a wide range of membership options to suit all needs and budgets, Seaway Coworking aims to provide an alternative to traditional office spaces with various workspaces.

310 Bagot St.
Kingston, Ontario
K7K 3B5

Creativity Studios

The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning hosts eight tenant Creativity Studio Artists in individual artist studios with a shared communal space on the second floor. Artists at all stages of their careers and across diverse disciplines are encouraged to apply for this opportunity.

370 King St. W. Suite 214
Kingston, Ontario
K7L 2X4

The Broom Factory

Broom Factory offices are a shared work environment where like-minded businesses come together. Currently occupied by several tenants working in film, media, architecture, design, and leading-edge construction. The Broom Factory strives to create a collaborative space for ideas to be shared, while also providing private meeting rooms for more focused work.

305 Rideau St.
Kingston, Ontario
K7K 3A9

St. Lawrence College Innovation Hub

Choose from our main room, collaboration room, board room, tech-free room, etc. Each provides a unique and efficient collaborative experience. From events to meetings to focus groups, the Innovation Hub staff are here to help support and guide your innovative experience. The space is comprised of 4 rooms available for bookings, as well as the Spark and Enactus SLC office space. Wi‑Fi is available throughout.

100 Portsmouth Ave.
Kingston, Ontario
K7L 5A6

Harbour Community Kitchen

The City of Kingston has partnered with KEYS to develop an accessible community kitchen service at the former site of The Harbour Restaurant at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour in Kingston. The Harbour Community Kitchen will focus on support to newcomer, racialized and Indigenous women and women with disabilities; and will offer:

// Commercial kitchen space for rent
// Entrepreneurial support and connection to community programming
// Event space rentals for the community
// Learning opportunities for members, and the wider community

53 Yonge St.
Kingston, Ontario
K7M 6G4

Queen’s University Rose Innovation Hub

Home to the Dunin-Deshpande Queen’s Innovation Centre (DDQIC) and its programming, this facility offers the perfect space for meetings, workshops, and co-working. Whether you are curious about entrepreneurship, looking to develop your skills or already have your own company, the Rose Innovation Hub is a place to work, explore, network, design and collaborate. The space welcomes Kingston community members and local post-secondary students from any school, faculty or level of study.

69 Union Street
Kingston, Ontario
K7L 2N9