Coworking spaces here in Seattle are increasing by the number to meet the demand for alternative workspaces. The city is home to many tech startups, entrepreneurs in the clean energy space, freelancers of all kinds, and small businesses. Many of these people either work from home, their local coffee shop, or the neighborhood coworking office.
However, not everyone has a comfortable home office like the lucky residents of Blueground’s furnished apartments. And not everyone enjoys working in a crowded coffee shop.
With homes all over Seattle and Puget Sound, the real estate tech company knows that sometimes the most productive days are the ones when you work in silence at home.
Other days, coworking spaces can be a great solution to help you get in the creative flow and stay productive.
Above all, Seattle’s coworking spaces are more than just a desk and an internet connection. They serve as networking spaces, temporary offices for startups, and off-site meeting rooms for others.
Check out our top five coworking spaces in Seattle.
Location: Eight locations in Downtown Seattle
WeWork is a coworking space that has offices in more than 100 cities around the globe.
In Seattle alone, there are eight locations spread across Downtown and one location opening soon in the University District. Entrepreneurs, creatives, and small businesses work in WeWork spaces to collaborate on projects, generate new ideas, and foster innovation.
There are three different memberships to choose from, including a hot desk, dedicated desk, and private office. Prices start at $320/month for a hot desk (at a communal table), $420/month for a dedicated desk, and $630/month for a private office.
All the WeWork locations in Seattle are modern, spacious, and equipped with many business-class services and luxury amenities. Members enjoy high-speed internet, assistance from the friendly onsite support crew, soundproofed phone booths, and lounging areas.
Plus, there are complimentary refreshments, such as fruit water and freshly brewed coffee, conference rooms to rent by the hour, and more.
Depending on the WeWork Seattle building you select, there could be a fitness center, learning classroom, bike storage, or a rooftop.
Location: 1424 11th Ave. Suite 400 in Capitol Hill
The Cloud Room blends thoughtful design, natural lighting, cozy furniture, and hanging plants, into its boutique coworking space in Seattle. This inclusive work environment feels like a second home to many of the members. Special touches include a rooftop patio, complimentary espresso and kombucha, concierge services, and a communal kitchen.
Day passes can be purchased for $40, and communal spaces start at $160/month.
There are also private offices for rent starting at $650 and spaces that can accommodate companies of 10 employees or more. Amenities at The Cloud Room include meeting rooms, privacy booths, high-speed internet, printing, and copy services plus more.
Once the workday is over, members here can order a hand-crafted cocktail in the Cloud Room bar. A food menu features small plates and salads.
In addition, this coworking space hosts lounge piano nights, business coaching workshops, and DJs who spin vinyl records. The Cloud Room also has a wellness center for its members.
And consultations can be scheduled with resident professionals in the health and wellness field.
Location: 220 2nd Ave S. in Pioneer Square
Impact Hub Seattle is situated in the center of Pioneer Square, a neighborhood in Downtown Seattle. Inside an old historical building, you’ll find a coworking space that attracts a diverse group of members. People who join the ‘Hub’ often have a goal of making a positive impact on local communities.
So, members tend to work for social enterprises, community organizations, not-for-profits, and other similar businesses. The environment and culture at Impact Hub are supportive, inspiring, and productive.
There are several types of memberships at Impact Hub Seattle:
The Impact Hub offers lots of amenities to its members. For instance, there’s 1 GB of WiFi, ergonomic Herman Miller chairs, standing desks, treadmill desks, and more. Other featured amenities include complimentary coffee and teas, onsite massage therapists, a wellness room, indoor bicycle storage, and networking events.
Location: 111 S Jackson St. in Pioneer Square
This coworking space in Seattle is for individuals, startups, and businesses in the tech industry. Galvanize Seattle provides all the amenities in a typical coworking space.
But it stands apart from offering mentorship opportunities, educational workshops, and a network of tech industry experts. Some of its past workshops included “Break into Software Engineering Alumni Discussion Panel” and “TechStars Seattle Startup Week.”
Galvanize Seattle partners with IBM, Silicon Valley Bank, Amazon Web Services, among others to help its members grow their skills and business knowledge.
Also, members get to work one-on-one with mentors that have years of experience in the tech field.
Plus, there are opportunities to ask questions and seek advice from industry leaders in person or through online channels.
There are three kinds of memberships here. The open seating plan costs $349/month, a reserved desk is $499, and private suites start at $2,750.
Location: 100 S King St. Suite 100 in Pioneer Square
The Pioneer Collective is another coworking space in Seattle that’s located in the oldest neighborhood in the city — Pioneer Square.
Overall, this space has a reputation for having friendly members, inviting and comfortable work areas, plus great energy all around. The team takes pride in connecting members across various disciplinary’s and providing opportunities for knowledge-sharing.
All this is done in an effort to help members develop and grow their businesses.
The communal desk memberships range from $95/month to $225/month and dedicated desk memberships start at $475/month.
Private offices are also available for teams of six to 10 people and start at $3,350 a month. Some perks of membership include discounts on dry cleaning, gyms, ZipCar, local restaurants, and health insurance through Trinet.
Amenities offered at The Pioneer Collective include high-speed WiFi, private phone booths, complimentary coffee, beverages like sparkling water, tea, beer, and wine.
Also, the coworking space hosts social events and networking opportunities that are free to members.
After reading about these top coworking spaces in Seattle, which one stands out the most?
If you can’t quite decide, stop by for a tour, or get a day pass. This can help you choose the best space for your needs and preferences.