Atlas Workbase – ATLAS Workbase gives you the freedom to work when you want in a state-of-the-art, intentionally designed business setting. Choose the space that meets your purpose and the time that meets your needs. Free parking. (Lower Queen Anne/SLU/Tacoma)
425 Collective – Providing not just available room for small businesses and startups to rent and operate out of, but also for Northwest University’s MBA students looking to get a feel for the real-life working environment and experience what startup culture is like. (Kirkland)
Agnes Underground – Monthly fixed or flex desk rentals complete with Wi-Fi, printing, copying, conference area, and an ultra-cool lounge area. (Capitol Hill)
Ballard Labs – A co-working space for entrepreneurs. Our community consists of experts in banking, finance, marketing, law, design, and development. (Ballard)
Cambia Grove – A community space in Seattle for health care innovation. (South Lake Union)
Cloud Room – Provides a shared working environment and bar that’s enriched by the people who occupy it. The stunning, light-filled space creates an environment of opportunity for both independence and connection with other engaged people in a range of fields. From desks and meeting rooms, to the lounge and west facing deck with a fire pit, the options are appealing to those working solo, or members who are already well established and simply seek inspiring environments to work, meet and collaborate. (Capitol Hill)
Collective Chemistry – The collective space was born and the collaboration, learning, and career building took off. Graphic designers, video editors, cinematographers, animators, photographers, and other creative people now learn from each other, teach each other new tricks, hire each other, give each other feedback on projects, and generally support each other’s goals every day. Freelancers supporting freelancers is what it’s all about. (Pioneer Square)
Comotion – The collaborative innovation hub for expanding the societal impact of the UW community. We deliver the tools and connections that UW researchers and students need to accelerate the impact of their innovations. “Co Motion” (noun) 1. proceeding together at a faster speed, 2. jets of creativity. (University District)
Coterie Work Lounge – Knuckle down. Connect. Unwind. Coterie Worklounge is the only club in Seattle that lets you full do all three in a single, elegant setting. We offer all the space, tools and amenities you need to do business. A built-in community for connection. And extraordinary food and drink. We’ve perfectly integrated business and pleasure so you can move effortlessly between both. (Downtown Seattle)
Coworking Eastlake – A collaborative group of entrepreneurs, freelancers, businesses and the like working together in the heart of Seattle’s Eastlake neighborhood near Lake Union. (Eastlake)
Desk+ – We’re building a network of social entrepreneurs, freelancers, and nonprofits interested in collaborating to better serve the South King County community and the world. We welcome your participation!
ExtraSlice – Home to some of the Eastside’s most promising tech startups, extraSlice features 16,000sq. ft of premium space, conveniently located seconds from I90, and with plenty of free parking. (Factoria/South Bellevue)
galvanize – A network of modern campuses where you can learn the skills, knowledge, and network you need to make an impact. #levelup. (Pioneer Square)
GeekWire List of Startup Spaces – The Seattle region is home to many accelerators, incubators and co-working spaces that help startups get off the ground. Track them with this GeekWire list of Startup Spaces.
Hing Hay Coworks – A non-profit program of SCIDpda, Hing Hay Coworks (HHC) is a shared workspace and community development hub that seeks to help its communities thrive through the cultivation and support of local small businesses by providing technical assistance, space, and community resources for economic growth. Centrally located in the heart of Seattle’s historic Chinatown International District (CID) and minutes away from downtown, HHC is the ideal workspace for local entrepreneurs, freelancers, startups, and nonprofit organizations that value a sense of community and camaraderie while getting their work done.
*SCIDpda: Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority.
HiveBio – Giving the currently scattered individuals of the Seattle DIYbio community a central hub to meet and share ideas, as well as provide an accessible and affordable lab space for members to carry out the research and experiments that they would not have the opportunity to do elsewhere. (Seattle)
ImpactHUB Seattle – A coworking and events space for people working at the intersection between technology and social good. (Pioneer Square)
The Inc. – A nonprofit space simplifying work and childcare needs for parents. It’s a one-stop shop for working parents interested in coworking, flexible childcare for their children 1-5 years old, career support and building community!
Indie Ballard – Economical, furnished coworking space for small start-ups and independent web developers and designers. (Ballard)
Industrious – Flexible workspaces to support your team of 1-100. Long term leases just don’t cut it. Scale up or down as your business needs change. (Denny Triangle and Bellevue)
Interbay Lofts – Designed from the ground up with one purpose in mind: to help you work smarter and better. (Seattle)
ilospace – A boutique coworking office space in the heart of Sodo. (Sodo)
Level Office – We believe in small business, the self-employed, and entrepreneurs because, like you, that’s who we are. (Pioneer Square)
Locowork – A non-profit co-working space. Drop by with your laptop and task list to check out our place of work! (Kirkland)
Makers Workspaces – Makers Workspaces provides a community-focused atmosphere for entrepreneurs, telecommuters and small to medium-sized organizations.
MeadowCreek – Office rental, conference rooms, virtual offices, day and hourly offices, hot desks and co-working solutions. Mailing address, virtual office, telephone answering and virtual assistant services essential to growth and a competitive edge. (Issaquah)
Metrix Create: Space – A modern prototyping and fabrication lab focused on digital and distributed manufacturing technologies. (Capitol Hill)
My Branch Office – Offers individual desk rentals with two membership levels that fit the varying needs of the community. (Capitol Hill)
Oakland Agency – We offer a shared urban office space environment located in the exciting and walkable Pike/Pine neighborhood of Capitol Hill. Our name is inspired by the history of the building which housed the Oakland Car Company in the early 1900s. (Capitol Hill)
Office Nomads – Office Nomads is an intentional coworking space – as a member you become part of a group of independent workers who face similar issues and have a diverse set of skills to meet any task. (Capitol Hill)
Office Xpats – Co-working and conference center. (Bainbridge Island)
Orange Studios – Dedicated to providing an environment for startups, small businesses and entrepreneurs of all types to collaborate, innovate and inspire growth. (Redmond)
Phinney Sandbox – This space is for getting business done. This space is for meeting your client. This space is for writing your screen play. Foremost, this space is meant for sharing. (Phinney)
Red Element Collective – A community of creative professionals with a wide array of skills including video production, photography, graphic design, web design and mobile app development. (Downtown Seattle)
Startup Hall – Home for passionate startup founders, funders, and mentors. Created in partnership with Techstars, Founders’ Co-op, and the University of Washington. (University District)
SURF Incubator – Supporting all stages of startup entrepreneurs as well as large companies needing a Seattle satellite location. (Downtown Seattle)
Surge Tacoma – A supercharged work space that empowers startups, freelancers, entrepreneurs, students, small businesses and non-profits! (Tacoma)
The Collective – An urban clubhouse for the mind, body + soul. We are a diverse community of doers, of people with passion, people who love beauty of thought, of design and of life. While interests, professions, status and education serve only as labels, The Collective’s members are defined by their value sets. (South Lake Union)
The Inc. – The Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit space simplifying work and childcare needs for parents. It’s a one-stop shop for working parents interested in coworking, flexible, drop-in childcare for children 1-5 years old, career support and building community! (Greenlake)
The Makers Space – MAKERS are innovators. MAKERS are creators. MAKERS are doers. MAKERS are savvy to know that alone we can accomplish and together we can thrive. All industries are welcome here – including small businesses, telecommuters, entrepreneurs – techies and creative contractors alike. At MAKERS we are building the future of work, together. (Downtown Seattle)
The Office Junction – Co-working in a shared office space. (West Seattle)
The Pioneer Collective – tPC provides an atmosphere where talented people feel comfortable working or relaxing, collaborating or working alone, focusing or letting the mind wander. We have worked to bring in a diverse membership base from a variety of disciplines. Current members draw from a myriad of backgrounds and life experiences. Many of our members have relocated to Seattle from around the world, including Cuba, Italy, China, Quebec, New Zealand, England, New York, Ohio, Colorado, Alaska, Minnesota, and Texas. The space is home to entrepreneurs, artists, small business owners, consultants, freelancers, remote workers, students and small teams. (Pioneer Square & Tacoma)
The Riveter – The Riveter is a network of co-working and community spaces built by women, for everyone. They offer innovative space, learning and development that spans industries and career stages, and flexible memberships. They have welcomed leaders from Sheryl Sandberg to Howard Schultz and curate programming relevant to all, including conversations about implicit bias, trainings on salary negotiation, and breakfasts for working parents. In the Pacific Northwest, all memberships include access to all 3 spaces including Capitol Hill, Bellevue and Fremont, as well as benefits like discounted childcare.
The Union Club – A mixed-use project contributing to Tacoma’s growing artistic and entrepreneurial communities. It combines studio space, co-working space for artists and entrepreneurs, offices, galleries and an event hall in a 15,000 square foot historic building. Our Mission is to support and promote the local art and technology sectors, creating a gathering place for creatives and entrepreneurs by providing a supportive community where members can do what they love and love where they do it. We are a community that is collaborative, supportive, inclusive and creative. (Downtown Tacoma)
thinkspace – Build a strong community of entrepreneurs, tech startups, small businesses, and non-profits which share similar core values. We passionately operate as a part of each company’s team; celebrating in their successes, contributing to their sustainable growth, and creating an environment that inspires. (Redmond and Lake Union)
Type Set Writers’ Workplace – Located in the heart of Seattle’s vibrant Columbia City neighborhood, Type Set provides an affordable, comfortable, quiet work environment to writers of all genres. The 650-square foot room has 10 workstations (including two standing desks), two easy chairs, a small reference library, a chalkboard, lockers, and a microwave. Coffee, tea, and Wi-Fi are provided. (Columbia City)
Vybe – Co-working Eastlake is a collaborative group of entrepreneurs, freelancers, businesses and the like working together in the heart of Seattle’s Eastlake neighborhood near Lake Union.
West Seattle Coworking – West Seattle Coworking is a shared office community and Meeting space in the Morgan Junction in West Seattle. Get out of the house where it’s easier to focus and work alongside other people in a friendly, clean environment to get your work done.
WeWork – Coworking spaces in Seattle that give startups and established companies alike plenty of options for finding the perfect working environment. All close to major transportation hubs, main business districts, and great lunch or happy-hour spots, these are commute-worthy locations. If you’re looking for a strong community of professionals from Seattle’s biggest industries, you’ll feel right at home at WeWork. (Downtown Seattle, South Lake Union, Pike Place Market and Bellevue) –> Check out WeWork’s newest locations by clicking here!
WorkFrom – Your new best friend to discover the coffee shops, co-working spaces, bars and cafes based on wifi reliability and level of quietness. (World Wide Web)
Works Progress – A Coworking Space for independent and socially minded workers and small business owners who’d like to work around other people. (Greenwood)
WS Office Junction – A cross between a quiet coffee shop, a bright, friendly office and a clean, clutter-free work space. (West Seattle)