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Some Of Montreal's Most Beautiful Bars & Terrasses Are Turning Into Part-Time Workspaces

Complete with unlimited coffee and Wi-Fi.
Some Of Montreal's Most Beautiful Bars & Terrasses Are Turning Into Part-Time Workspaces

Some of the city's most beautiful bars and terrasses could become your next office thanks to a new app. It allows you to reserve spots at public spaces for coworking in Montreal — complete with unlimited Wi-Fi and coffee.    

Workden, a collective of local spaces where professionals can work, meet and collaborate, currently has four unique spaces available where you can work remotely in Montreal, with more to come. 

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Right now, you could book a work desk at Burgundy Lion in Little Burgundy, 212 Montreal in Old Montreal, Knox Taverne in Pointe-Saint-Charles, and Riverside, which is in Saint-Henri, along the canal.

You can even bring your dog to work with you at Riverside and 212.

It costs $9.99 to reserve a Workden space for eight hours, which includes a work desk, unlimited gourmet coffee, tea, and water, professional-grade Wi-Fi and access to community events — as well as a Community Manager who will greet you at the door when you arrive for your session.

Five-day passes, monthly passes and group passes are also available.

More Workden locations are expected soon in the Plateau Mont-Royal, the West Island, Brossard, the Mile End and downtown. The collective is also accepting suggestions for workspace locations via email.

You can book a Workden desk online

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