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Seattle is the capital of Washington and is the largest U.S. city in the Pacific Northwest. It has long been a destination for travelers and has some of the West's most stunning outdoor adventures, such as a trip to Mount Rainier. It is also the chosen location for businesses looking for office space in Washington. It was the birthplace, and now headquarters, to the international coffee chain Starbucks, and is home to other massive corporations like Amazon and Nordstrom. Seattle sits on the Puget Sound and has impressive neighboring business communities like the affordable coworking spaces in Bellevue. Let us help you find your next office location in the Seattle area.

1st Avenue, Seattle, 98104 Starting at $679

Built in 1892, the Pioneer Building housed mining companies during the Klondike Gold Rush and Seattle’s first speakeasy during Prohibition. The Richardsonian Romanesque-style building earned National Historic Landmark status in 1978 and borders Pioneer Square Park. Keep reading to see more of the benefits of choosing us for your coworking space in downtown Seattle.


Our Seattle office space just blocks from CenturyLink Center, home of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks and Pike Place Market, Expansive in the historic Pioneer Building also is easily accessible I-5, I-90 and Hwy 99. The King Street Station, Ferry Terminal & Waterfront and Metro Transit Tunnel are walking distance, with the Seattle Underground directly beneath!


Cross Streets: 1st Avenue and James Street

Elliott Avenue, Seattle, 98121 Starting at $425

This century-old waterfront building has been given a breath of new life, and now across its wide-open floors, patios, and penthouses, you’ll find a blend of offices, meeting rooms and lounges to work in. Based in vibrant Belltown, a focal point of the city’s expanding tech industries, this is an ideal place for aspiring entrepreneurs to meet like-minded professionals.

Across this dynamic suite of workspaces, it's easy to stay productive thanks to the unlimited, super-fast Wi-Fi and friendly admin staff who’ll ensure all the little details are taken care of. This is one of the most accessible neighborhoods in the city, just five minutes from Westlake Avenue train station and the Seattle Centre Monorail and with multiple bus stops nearby. 

Cross Streets: Broad Street and Elliott Avenue

3rd Avenue, Seattle, 98101 Starting at $1200

Looking for Downtown Seattle office space to help your business thrive? Buzzing with cross-sector innovation, this Central Business District location is ideal for teams of all sizes. Beautifully designed lounges, conference rooms, and private offices are complemented by hallmark amenities, including onsite staff, fully stocked printing stations, and private phone booths. Surrounded by many of the city’s best restaurants, bars, and entertainment options, there’s always something new to explore after hours. Plus, with Link light rail access directly from the building and the C, D, and E bus routes all within walking distance, it’s easy to stay connected throughout the city. Book a tour today to see what this energizing space can do for you.

Cross Streets: Seneca Street and 3rd Avenue

4th Avenue, Seattle, 98104 Starting at $1025

At the heart of the city’s Financial District, this office space in Downtown Seattle puts you right in the action. Occupying several floors in this ultra-modern tower, this creative workspace features light-filled lounges, bookable meeting rooms, and sleek private offices. Commuting is simple with parking, public transportation, and the ferries at Pier 50 nearby. After work, meet a client for a happy hour overlooking Elliott Bay or head to Pike Place Market for a bite with the team. To join a vibrant network of forward-thinking professionals in Seattle, rent an office at Fourth Avenue today.

Cross Streets: Madison Street and 4th Avenue

Minor Avenue, Seattle, 98101 Starting at $1125

Featuring striking views of Mount Baker and the Space Needle, our Cascade shared office is an inspiring location for your growing team. Seven floors in this 20-story building are dedicated for workspace, featuring art-filled lounges, airy conference rooms, and focus-fueling private offices. Commuting is simple with underground parking, Lime and Jump bikes within walking distance, and the Link at Westlake nearby. Between meetings, catch your breath in one of the wellness rooms, then eat lunch on one of several picturesque terraces. After work, the options are endless: Explore the lively cafes and restaurants of Capitol Hill, or head to the Infamous Meat House Market for its famed pastrami sandwich. Boasting the first MadebyWe Market in Seattle—and home to a diverse network of vibrant, ambitious professionals—this Downtown workspace combines culture, commerce, and creativity.

Cross Streets: Howell Street and Minor Avenue

4th Avenue, Seattle, 98101 Starting at $1200

For a professional environment that’s as innovative and imaginative as the city itself, this Seattle coworking office on Fourth Avenue is the place to be. Occupying 11 floors of prime office space in the heart of Downtown, this historical location welcomes a diverse mix of growing and established businesses across sectors. Hallmark offerings like front-desk service, unique conference rooms, and cozy lounges, your team will enjoy access to onsite showers and bike storage. The building is also canine cool, so feel free to bring your favorite four-legged friend. With a variety of major bus lines, the University Street Station light rail, and Pier 50 ferry terminal all in close proximity, commuting is simple no matter where you’re coming from—or where you’re headed. After work, catch a show with colleagues at The Triple Door theater, impress potential clients at the Purple Cafe and Wine Bar, or enjoy a relaxing stroll through Waterfront Park.

Cross Streets: Union Street and 4th Avenue

South King Street, Seattle, 98104 Starting at $1125

Seattle is known for innovation in the tech and startup community, and this South King Street office space delivers a prime address in the center of the action. Situated inside a newly constructed high-rise facing CenturyLink Field, this Pioneer Square location also offers gameday views and Seahawks viewing parties, in addition to beautiful private offices and generous conference rooms. Easy transportation via King St station and abundant entertainment options in the surrounding neighborhood keep you in good company, with an inspiring mix of industry leaders and locally-owned businesses all close by.

Cross Streets: Stadium Place South and South King Street

Eastlake Avenue East, Seattle, 98109 Starting at $1250

Situated amid a buzzing technology and innovation hub, this shared office space in South Lake Union gives you a prime address to network and grow. An entire floor of this four-story building is dedicated and this intentional designs help keep your team productive and engaged Monday through Friday and beyond. Beautiful lounge areas, sleek private offices, and smart meeting rooms make it easy to stay focused and inspired throughout the day. Plus, quick access to Route 70 and Route 594 means commuting to the office is a breeze. Need a break between tasks? Take a walk to the waterfront or stay indoors with a cup of micro-roasted coffee, which flows freely throughout the day. For space, community, and all-inclusive amenities.

Cross Streets: Republican Street and Eastlake Avenue East


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