Hardbacon Reveals the 12 Best Coworking Spaces in Toronto
Industry: Mobile Apps
Across Canada coworking spaces have boomed and Toronto is no exception with spaces that cater to the specific needs of freelancers, startups, and even large companies
Montreal, Canada (PRUnderground) October 28th, 2022
Hardbacon, a personal finance application used by more than 40,000 Canadians, revealed today its list of the 12 best coworking spaces in Toronto.
With the rise of remote and hybrid work settings, a number of city dwellers have been turning to coworking spaces since the onset of the Pandemic. Across Canada coworking spaces have boomed and Toronto is no exception with spaces that cater to the specific needs of freelancers, startups, and even large companies.
In fact, according to a recent survey by Hardbacon, over 80% of Canadian remote workers would quit their job and look for a new one if their employer asked them to return to the office 5-days a week. Still, while working from home can feel isolating, coworking spaces provide a way to socialize and connect with other professionals.
“The pandemic has changed the way Canadians work and, while they might not want to return to the office full-time, they do like to have the flexibility of working from somewhere other than home,” said Stefani Balinsky, Editor-in-Chief of Hardbacon.
To help you search for the coworking environment that suits you best, Hardbacon curated a list of spaces that accommodate a variety of needs. The list also includes pricing options and the type of payment method accepted, which is typically all major credit cards making it a great way to earn monthly points and rewards. Here’s a closer look at the 12 coworking spaces in Toronto who made Hardbacon’s list:
The 12 Best Coworking Spaces In Toronto:
- Workplace One
- Spaces Toronto
- Merge Spaces
- Staples Studios
- Project Spaces
- The Village Hive
- District 28 Workspaces
Hardbacon’s list of the 12 best coworking spaces in Toronto, including the complete list of coworking spaces, can be found in more detail on Hardbacon’s blog.
Hardbacon helps Canadians plan, budget and invest, while also enabling users to compare different financial services such as credit cards, bank accounts, online brokers, robo-advisors, mortgages and crypto exchanges. Hardbacon is available for download in the App Store and Google Play Store.