Home About Us Plans Locations Read & Learn Terms of Use Privacy Policy Cookies Policy Contact Us
Trending Now
Best Price
Most Popular
Best for Startups
Best for Freelancers
See All Buildings
Seattle Co-Working
Seattle isn’t just Starbucks, the Space Needle, and guys with beards throwing fish at each other at Pike Place Market. It’s the capital of the Pacific Northwest, the home of Amazon and Microsoft, the birthplace of grunge (and Sir-Mix-a-Lot), and one of the most strikingly beautiful and unique cities anywhere in the United States.

Seattle is also a leader in the ever-expanding world of co-working spaces, with locations from downtown to west Seattle to Renton, even—shudder—all the way down in Tacoma. So even if you’re thinking of moving to Portland, or if you’re out with your Posse on Broadway, in the meantime, you’ve got some great co-working spaces in Seattle to get some work done.
What Are My options?
It should probably come as no surprise that WeWork is a major player in the co-working field in Seattle.
The company operates 11 locations in the city, from downtown out to Bellevue and beyond, and at each one you can find the same great amenities and attention to detail in design.
At most Seattle WeWork locations you can rent a shared seat (a “hot desk” as the company calls it), or a dedicated desk that will always be waiting for you when you come in. You can also rent a private office, which is great if you’re looking to get a start up off the ground or just a private place where your team can meet and discuss the likelihood of the Sonics ever returning to Seattle.
You can also check out Industrious, which operates a co-working space in Seattle and one out in Bellevue.
And just like in cities across the country, co-working industry mainstay Regus operates dozens of co-working locations in the Seattle area, from Tacoma to Mountlake Terrace.
No matter where your Seattle co-working office is located, you should be close to public transportation, coffee shops, dispensaries, and places to buy new Patagonia and North Face vests.
What Are the Prices Like?
At WeWork, the prices for a private office range from $575 per month per person at the Westlake Tower location, up to $700 per month at the Holyoke Building location. For a hot desk or dedicated desk, you should expect to pay between $300-$350 and $450-$500 respectively.
The two Industrious locations are a bit pricier—with co-working desks running from $450-$570 and private offices beginning at $819-$990 per person.
Regus has a wider range of pricing, and can be more affordable. These co-working offices charge anywhere from $12 per day at the Mt. Pacific location to more than $30 per day for a co-working spot at Pioneer Square in downtown Seattle.
What Does My Co-Working Space Provide?
Any Seattleite will tell you it doesn’t rain all that much, it’s just a light drizzle really. And while Seattle does have incredible summers where you can see Mt. Rainier bright and clear every single day, at a co-working spot it just doesn’t matter—the weather is always perfect inside and the drinks and refreshments keep on coming.
And the so-called Seattle Freeze? That’s something else entirely, but at a co-working space, you’ll be with like-minded people who are looking to create and innovate in a healthy, encouraging environment.
Co-working spaces in Seattle—and just about everywhere else—have put a big emphasis on design and comfort, giving you the feeling of the office—or apartment—you always wanted to have. These are places where you can really get your creative juices flowing, and always have a hot cup of fresh coffee or some snacks nearby to keep your energy up.
Here are some other amenities you should be able to find at most co-working spaces:
  • Unique, captivating artwork
  • Super-fast internet
  • Spacious, unique common areas
  • Ergonomic chairs
  • Key Card access 24/7
  • Security
  • Discounts for local businesses
  • Business-class printers
  • Free drinks (including fruit water and fresh, micro-roasted coffee)
  • Private phone booths so you can take that call in peace
  • Onsite staff to help you out
  • Professional and social events—network and chill™
So...Where Are We Co-working?
The city that was home to Jimi Hendrix, Bruce Lee, and Quincy Jones (all Garfield High alumni) must be doing something right. Surrounded by nature with a cast of characters that would be the envy of most cities, Seattle is beautiful, dynamic and full of co-working locations where you can really set your dreams aflight.
This site uses cookies. By continuing to use it you acknowledge and consent to our cookies policy