Coworking Insights is proud to present our 2022 Hot Desk Price Index Report, which analyzes and compares the monthly desk prices of over 19,500 coworking spaces in 172 countries.
With each new year, evolving hot desk prices provide evidence of the continued demand for shared offices and flexible workspace.
Assessing the average hot desk prices of coworking spaces globally offers useful insights into the industry’s ongoing development, such as the most and least expensive markets as well as the top emerging cities across the globe.
With data provided by Coworker.com, the 2022 Hot Desk Price Index Report represents the average monthly pricing for each continent, as well as leading cities and countries, and illustrates how these prices have changed over the last 12 months from January 2021 to January 2022. This is our fourth annual Hot Desk Price Index report.
Our findings this year have led us to conclude that hot desk prices increased by 9% globally between 2021-2022. The statistics give evidence of the further maturation of coworking markets, illustrating the expansion of available hot desks and wider distribution beyond capital markets which ultimately led to an average price increase.
In this year’s report, we explore key data related to international open/flexible seating prices, providing insights into topics such as:
- Monthly hot desk price: world average
- Price comparisons by continent (2018-2022)
- Price evolution by continent (2018-2022)
- Average hot desk price by country
- Top 250 cities price index (most expensive cities for hot desking)
- Notable cities price evolution (2021-2022)
In terms of country rankings, Switzerland took the top spot for most expensive monthly hot desk price, coming in at $361 USD per month. Hong Kong came in second place at $344 USD per month, and Qatar is third at $314 USD per month.
To learn which cities claimed the top spots for most expensive monthly hot desk prices and to find out which markets are proving to be most lucrative in 2022, you can download the free report here.