The way people work has always changed with the times, and today is no different. Whether it’s because of the rise in the number of people working from home, the recent explosion in the number of startup companies in America, or the rise of the gig economy, more and more people are working outside of traditional offices. A great many of those people are turning to coworking spaces, where they can mix a professional environment with casual interactions and freedom of schedule.
In Seattle, this is especially true. The city has one of the largest tech industries in the country, leading to a huge number of startups and gigs available in the city, which in turn leads to a bevy of coworking spaces. Here are some of the best.
This sophisticated, sleek space in Greenwood offers desk space and plenty other office amenities, but also a full suite of small business benefits such as registered agent services, annual report reminders, and scanning letters to your email
This vibrant spaced is bathed in sunlight and packed with free caffeinated beverages of all kinds. As an added bonus it’s actually two coworking spaces in one, with a more professional and selective establishment catered to financial and legal professions, while indie Ballard offers a more casual approach to coworking and is open to all professions.
The New York-based company is making a splash in Seattle, with a coworking space that offers a fun and collaborative approach to coworking, with beers and cold brews on tap, ping-pong tables in common areas, and an emphasis on providing a friendly place to work.
This slightly more expensive spaces focuses on providing the office culture remote or independent workers might be missing, offering shared desks, cozy nooks, and amenities like printers, conference rooms, mailboxes, and phone rooms.
This beautiful space offers flexible membership such as special night owl rates to cater to all kinds of workers, and offers all the usual services like Wi-Fi, printers, and desks, as well as a Thursday beer cart and gym.
ATLAS Workbase is focused on providing an environment that helps their members conduct effective business. They offer a comfortable, quiet, and secure space that is inclusive to all workers and companies with virtual office options, free events and so on.
With so many people from so many different places occupying the same space, it’s incredibly important that these coworking spaces have a secure, simply way to control access to their buildings that they can trust. Kisi’s cloud control access system helps managers allow registered users to access coworking spaces with nothing but their cell phones, which makes it easier for everyone in that space to get down to business. One advantage for members is that Kisi’s system is one of the easiest ways to provide 24/7 access to the space, giving users more flexibility and value for money.
Below you can find an overview of other great coworking spaces in Seattle. Compare location and price of dedicated desks. To submit your space to be added to this list, please contact email@example.com
1433 12th Ave Ste A1, Seattle, WA 98122
1433 12th Ave Ste A1, Seattle, WA 98122
1501 East Madison Street Seattle, WA 98122
2226 Eastlake Avenue East, Seattle, WA 98102
1402 3rd Ave, Suite 505, Seattle, WA, 98101
1617 Boylston Ave Seattle, WA 98122
3601 Fremont Ave N #300 Seattle, WA 98103
3600 136th Pl SE # 300, Bellevue, WA 98006
starting at $360/month
409B Maynard Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104
220 Second Ave South, Seattle WA 98104
3200 Airport Way South Seattle, WA 98134
92 Lenora Street Seattle, WA 98121
401 Broadway East, Suite 223, Seattle, WA 98102
8535 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
1100 NE Campus Parkway, Seattle, WA
999 Third Ave, Suite 700, Seattle, WA 98104
2367 Tacoma Avenue South, Tacoma, WA 98402
936 N 34th St, Suite 400 Seattle, WA 98103
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