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Remote work spots to make Richmond your office

From coffee shops to coworking spaces to libraries, here’s where you can set yourself up for work success.

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Blanchard’s on Broad is laptop-friendly.

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If you’re part of the growing number of remote workers in the Richmond area, you might get tired of the home office setup.

Find a fresh locale for your work day with our recommendations — plus an interactive map to find out what’s most convenient for you.

☕️ Coffee shops

Richmond has plenty of local coffee shops — but here are our picks for shops that have free Wi-Fi, plenty of seating, and an ideal atmosphere.

📚 Libraries

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Most public libraries have several areas and a good atmosphere to get some work done.

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Any public library probably will be suitable for a setup — not to mention other available resources — but here are our standouts.

💻 Coworking spaces

If you’re willing to purchase a membership, Richmond has several coworking spaces with amenities like coffee, printing, conference rooms, and booths for virtual meetings.

🖼 Miscellaneous

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Get lunch or a cup of coffee at the cafe or work outside in the sculpture garden at the VMFA.

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Working from a museum or grocery store means you can walk the galleries or grab that night’s dinner after your work day.

What remote work spaces did we miss? Let us in on your go-to spot.

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