On ShareYourSpace you will find your new office in Hamburg. As in other German cities, the Hamburg housing and office market remains tense. Construction activity is at a high level, but completions are delaying. Nevertheless, there is enough free office space. Existing desks, meeting rooms and entire offices are rarely 100% booked and can be rented through ShareYourSpace. At often more favorable conditions than in the "normal" office market.

Flexible offices, desks and meeting rooms in Hamburg

Bookable from one hour to one year, easy payment online and insured. What more would you need? Offices for, and from, agencies, start-ups, small and medium-sized enterprises and corporates.

Hamburg's top offers

Our top offices in Hamburg. Whether at Hamburg City Hall, with views to the Alster river or in the north of Hamburg: book hip offices, professional coworking or special spaces.

Which offices can I rent in Hamburg?

From the individual desk space to the entire office floor, you will find all kinds of rental offices in Hamburg. You can rent these office solutions in Hamburg on ShareYourSpace:

 

- Team offices

- Individual offices

- Shared offices

- Individual desks

- Meeting rooms

- Conference rooms

- Training rooms

 

Different locations and hosts await you:

 

- Coworking spaces

- Offices in agencies

- Offices in startups

- Offices in big and small companies

- Offices by the day

- Hotel rooms as an office

Flexible offices in Hamburg – how much does it cost?

Living and renting in Hamburg is usually not cheap. The current office top rent of € 30.00 per square meter per month is the highest figure ever recorded on the Hamburg market.

 

Sharing can be the solution here! A furnished office for 4 is rented out on ShareYourSpace for as much as €350.00 per month. At 45 square meters, that's € 7.78 per square meter per month. You can book a single desk workplace in Hamburg from €10.00 per day or from € 200.00 per month.

 

For our prices, VAT is already included. Just like any services, e.g. cleaning, and equipment, e.g. coffee, internet, furniture.

Working in Hamburg

The metropolis is a magnet for well-known companies, institutions and professionals from all over the world. The Port of Hamburg is one of the most important employers and is experiencing annual growth. As an innovation incubator, the Hanseatic city is internationally known and many renowned institutions such as the Max Planck Institute enjoy a worldwide reputation.

 

Today, Hamburg is an important commercial and economic center in Northern Europe and dominates in the areas of port, aerospace technology, information technology and life sciences. A diverse media landscape with around 70,000 employees is one of the economic engines of the Hanseatic city. Of the DAX30 Groups, Beiersdorf AG has its headquarters in the metropolitan region.

Living in Hamburg

Hamburg is green – the city of millions has 1,460 parks that invite you to enjoy sports activities, walking and relaxation. The Park Planten and Blomen is known for its famous water light games, the largest Japanese garden in Europe and a botanical garden. Hamburg's Elb beach is a good alternative to the trip to the North Sea and Baltic Sea and is thus a true oasis of relaxation with a unique harbor view.

 

Hamburg is one of the most popular destinations in the world and offers its visitors numerous surprises and contrasts. Characteristically, countless water channels pass through the most bridge-rich city in Europe – 2,500 bridges, more than Venice, Amsterdam and London combined. Since 2017, the Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall has been one of the landmarks of the Hanseatic city and offers its visitors a breathtaking view over the city and the harbor on the publicly accessible platform. The baroque church of Michel impresses with a fabulous view, as well as a vaulted cellar and a magnificently designed nave. In the heart of the Hanseatic city is the town hall, built in the style of the North German Renaissance, which impresses its visitors of the facade outside as well as by exclusive guided tours from the inside. The landing bridges, which invite you to a harbor tour, a walk in the Speicherstadt followed by a visit to the Miniature Wonderland or strolling along the Jungfernstieg directly on the Binnenalster are just a few examples of the numerous possibilities. The musical metropolis has been home to the classic "The Lion King" for 18 years and offers a home for numerous other musicals. The City of Culture also has a variety of theatres and museums. And more recently it also a variety of free offices very close to you.