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Whether you’re an entrepreneur putting together plans for your next startup or a freelance filmmaker doing the daily editing grind — today, the remote workforce is on the rise. And with it, comes the opportunity to work together in shared office spaces and coworking environments.
When you’re staying in Seattle for business, we understand there are projects to complete and deadlines to meet. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the best coworking spaces in Seattle, so you can make the most of your next visit to the city.
From spaces ideal for creative types, to work environments that are chock full of foodie perks, simply bring your laptop and dive into whatever the workday may bring.
In the heart of Ballard, Ballard Labs is the place where entrepreneurs and creatives find community. These coworking spaces in Seattle have been designed to be professional but comfortable, so you can feel at home (minus the distractions). With people from all kinds of backgrounds, there’s a solid community of driven workers in a clean and quiet work environment. Combined with copious amounts of coffee and the excitement of group happy hours, Ballard Labs is a comfortable place to collaborate and network. Customize your workspace by going for a shared space, a designated space, a virtual office, or a private office.
Office Nomads, known as Seattle’s original coworking community, was established in 2007 and has since dedicated itself to cultivating a dynamic, creative, and collaborative environment. Located in Capitol Hill, the idea of this space is to work better, together, and focus on providing a friendly and productive workplace for independent and remote workers. As they say, and we agree — “coworking spaces, when thoughtfully cultivated, can help combat isolation and foster the creation of healthy, dynamic communities”.
You’ll find these locally-owned coworking spaces in Seattle resting in the Pioneer Square and downtown Tacoma areas. The Pioneer Collective offers an inspiring workspace, meeting rooms, and event spaces with a team that’s dedicated to “supporting a community of curious individuals”. This is a good option for those looking for a flexible membership and various options for month to month pricing. For the most epic of brainstorming sessions, there is also an hourly conference room and classroom rentals. Join this team of remote workers, artists, and freelancers next time you’re in the Seattle area and watch your productivity take flight.
When it comes to shared office space, Seattle is home to plenty — but none quite like The Cloud Room, which is a coworking space and a bar. It’s chock full of fun amenities, like complimentary espresso and kombucha as well as breakfast fare and lunch service. Indoor bike storage and shower are another bonus, as are membership perks like workshops and wardrobe styling. The Cloud Room is also dedicated to wellness services, like healthy living coaching, readings with an in-house Astrologer, and monthly massage sessions. If you’re searching for coworking spaces in Seattle that have it all, settle into luxury with The Cloud Room.
A community-focused atmosphere for entrepreneurs, nonprofits, freelancers, telecommuters and more, Makers Workspaces help remote workers grow their business and build connections Their mission is to create remarkable business communities by developing inspiring spaces to encourage relationship building, to foster ideation and to emphasize entrepreneurship for all people. If this aligns with your vision, book a tour and meet your new like-minded remote coworking pals. Options include the Club Plan, the 5-Day Flex, or the 10-Day Flex, and more. You can also go for the Dedicated Desk Option, which at $385 per month, grants you access to all community events, lounge and kitchen use, 10 hours of conference room credits, a desk, a file cabinet, and even a mailbox. In fact, if all you need is that Seattle mailbox, you can even go for the Virtual Mail Membership, ideal for digital nomads and business travelers looking for someone to sort, hold, and forward their mail (for an extra fee).
Collective Chemistry is one of the best coworking spaces in Seattle for creatives and freelancers. Everyone from graphic and web designers to cinematographers and photographers chooses to make this their remote work home and we see why. With a belief that freelancers support freelancers when sharing a physical space, Collective Chemistry encourages their workers to hire one another and create powerful content and community. You can opt for the laptop membership, which offers access from 8 am to 6 pm Monday through Friday — or spend a bit more and get a dedicated desk with 24/7 keycard access and access to the mail center. Both membership options give you access to a conference room, bike rack, phone room, lounges, bar, and backdrop studio, screening room. Both options give members access to the conference room, bike rack, phone room, lounges, bar, backdrop studio, and screening room.
Cambia Grove is one of the more unique coworking spaces in Seattle. It’s a health care innovation hub that’s focused on bridging the gap between entrepreneurs and the traditional health care sectors. What they’re doing is bringing together communities of changemakers to transform the healthcare community. With a desire to connect communities, they provide space for coworking along with the ability to reserve meeting rooms and places to host events. In working to bridge the gap between entrepreneurs and the traditional health care sectors, Cambia Grove is a workspace Seattle is proud of. If you’re in the health care sector, consider joining this group of innovators to connect, learn, and create.
Located in the heart of Seattle’s fastest-growing neighborhoods, Industrious is the shared office space Seattle’s been searching for. It’s close to dining and shopping, which makes pre and post-work entertainment a breeze. With natural light, views of the city skyline, and beautiful interior details, the space offers an inspiring area to get your work done. Workplace amenities include craft coffee and beverages, ultra-fast WiFi, office supplies, phone booths, and more — while the building amenities boast various dining options and event space. If you’re looking to work amongst the bustle of downtown, Industrious is an excellent (and luxurious) place to do so.
In The Riveter’s flagship coworking space, Seattle freelancers and traveling remote workers have a place to work, network, and collaborate. Located in the heart of Capitol Hill, this space hosts a wide range of events, from small business workshops to large productions. Go for the Flex membership, which grants workers access to the lounges, communal table, or small group workspace at any of The Riveter’s locations. You can also sign up for a dedicated desk in the open, collaborative workspace with 24/7 access and locking storage. Finally, there are private offices, which offer all the benefits of coworking while also having a space of your own. Whichever way you go, The Riveter in Capitol Hill offers professional memberships with plenty of amenities (like mothers’ rooms, mail service, and HD Projectors).
Built in 1892, Novel Coworking in the Pioneer Building is ideal for those who prefer their remote working with a side of history. Once home to mining companies during the Klondike Gold Rush and Seattle’s first speakeasy, the building is a National Historic Landmark. Located blocks from Pike Place Market and CenturyLink Center — home of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks — this building is a great choice for the food and sports enthusiasts. Rent a private office for a fully-furnished experience or focus on shared office workspaces for flexible daily use. With the internet, wood floors, and bay windows, we’re certain you’ll power through that to-do list in no time. What’s even better, is the promise of a community area complete with an espresso bar and local beer on tap.
Whether you’re going for the space with a historical edge or opting for something a little more modern, the coworking spaces in Seattle are some of the best in the country. Get your work done, network with like-minded folks, and settle in to a whole new routine of remote working. Additionally, if you’re looking for a larger space to hold a conference, see our guide to the top event venues in Seattle.
Once you’ve nailed down your new remote workspace, you can find a home of your own for business travel with Zeus Living. Our smartly furnished neighborhood homes are ideal for extended stays in Seattle.
From all of us at Zeus Living, thanks for reading! We look forward to helping you settle into your new home-away-from-home.