As the U.S. remote workforce has grown steadily larger, there has been an increasing demand for sustainable remote workspaces. While plenty of folks still opt for working from home or the neighborhood coffee shop, there are many reasons why these spaces may not provide a healthy, productive work environment.
Coworking organizations like WeWork have filled the need for dedicated remote workspaces by creating beautiful offices across the country (and around the globe). These spaces, which are currently being leveraged by companies like Facebook and Microsoft, also create opportunities for remote workers to network and foster community with other like-minded individuals.
In this guide, we’ll go over the top 7 coworking spaces in Seattle, including each organization’s pricing model, coworking locations, and more.
WeWork is at the forefront of the global coworking scene. Their competitive prices, beautiful office spaces, and generous amenities make them our top choice for coworking in Seattle.
At Seattle’s 10 WeWork locations you’ll find plenty of amenities, like 24/7 building access, micro-roasted coffee, craft beer on draft, office supplies, bike storage, private phone booths, and super fast internet.
WeWork’s pricing is divided into three categories: hot desks, dedicated desks, and private offices. Below is the price range for each (depending on location). Note that not all categories are available in each location.
The Pioneer Collective is an independently-owned coworking space, founded by a couple with a passion for design. They have a number of membership options, including event space rental.
Their amenities include bike storage, private showers, local third wave coffee, private phone rooms, printing and copying services, and super-fast internet.
MAKERS Workspaces is focused on community, with several different event and meeting spaces available in addition to regular coworking space.
They also offer amenities like phone booths, unlimited black and white printing, fast WiFi, table games, free coffee and tea, and monthly community events.
Industrious has offices all over the country, with two located in the Seattle area. Their downtown Seattle office is located right across the street from Amazon’s headquarters, making them very convenient.
They also offer several amenities, including relaxation rooms, unlimited free printing, local treats, a coffee bar and lounge, and ultra-fast internet.
Atlas Workbase is designed specifically for business productivity with a number of flexible membership plans that don’t require a long-term commitment.
Their amenities include lockers, spa showers, a gourmet kitchen, flex sit/stand desks, FedEx right on site, and access to community events.
Works Progress strives to create an inclusive community, and they are particularly conscious of their environmental footprint.
Their amenities include private phone booths, high-speed internet, printers and scanners, mail and fax service, coffee, tea, and snacks, and the ability to bring your dog to work with you.
Office Nomads believes in collaboration and providing a space where a strong, diverse community can grow.
Amenities include sitting and standing desks, high-speed internet, coffee, tea, and snacks, couches for naps, and free in-house events.
Whether you work in graphic design, software development, or any other field that calls for a remote workspace, we trust that WeWork will have an office in Seattle that suits your needs.
That said, if you’re looking for the least expensive coworking space possible, or perhaps an office in a specific part of town, there are many other worthwhile options on this list. We encourage you to compare prices, locations, amenities, and other important factors before deciding which coworking space is right for you.