23 Shared Workspaces in Seattle, Washington

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An impressive work space in a superb location that comes complete with a vast range of useful amenities. This fully furnished office space boasts a sleek, modern interior that will impress clients from the moment they walk through the door. Friendly reception staff will greet your guests. Breakout areas boasts comfortable furniture, custom art, and are... Read More >>

Coworking from $550 per person per month


An impressive work space in a superb location that comes complete with a vast range of useful amenities. This fully furnished office space boasts a sleek, modern interior that will impress clients from the moment they walk through the door... Read More >>

1448 NW Market St, Ballard


This center provides a Seattle office without the hassle of driving into downtown traffic and all office rentals include internet access, 40 hours meeting room time, personalized telephone answering and ample free parking with virtual plans and day offices on a monthly basis. A full range of office rentals, day offices, spacious meeting rooms and excellent... Read More >>

Coworking from $100 per person per month


This center provides a Seattle office without the hassle of driving into downtown traffic and all office rentals include internet access, 40 hours meeting room time, personalized telephone answering and ample free parking with virtual plans and day offices on a monthly basis. A full range of office rentals, day offices, spacious meeting rooms and excellent virtual office plans are available on a month-to-month basis... Read More >>

14900 Interurban Ave S, Tukwila


The business center is an independently owned coworking and room rental provider that creates spaces where curious, engaged people do their most important work. From day passes to dedicated desks, phone booths to conference room rentals, the space intentionally design spaces to foster productivity—as well as facilitate a vibrant, organic community that... Read More >>

Coworking from $475 per person per month


The business center is an independently owned coworking and room rental provider that creates spaces where curious, engaged people do their most important work. From day passes to dedicated desks, phone booths to conference room rentals, the space intentionally design spaces to foster productivity—as well as facilitate a vibrant, organic community that catalyses creativity and creates lasting connections... Read More >>

100 S King Street


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Coworking Seattle | Creative & Shared Workspaces

Shared flexible office space has existed in Seattle since at least 2007, which makes the Pacific Northwest capital a pioneering city in this regard along with New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Austin.

In 2016, there were 50 coworking service providers in Seattle's metro area, and the total amount of commercial space devoted to coworking amounted to almost 1 million square feet. Coworking hubs had grown to more than 80 by 2018, and the city is now listed as one of the top five US cities for coworking, with almost half of all coworking spaces in Washington state being located in Seattle.

The rise in popularity of the flexible office market in Seattle is partly due to the city's leading status as one of the main tech hubs in the West Coast of the United States. Seattle competes with Californian cities attracting large tech and engineering corporations as well as newcomers to this and related industries.

Seattle Real Estate: Coworking Space Sub-Market

As a 'hot' office market characterized by rising demand and limited availability of Class A space, new forms of office accommodation were bound to emerge, and coworking fit the bill to perfection. Another reason contributing to the growth of coworking is the large percentage of freelance workers and others in the gig economy who choose the city as their home base, since Seattle has the 4th largest freelance workforce in the US.

Initially, coworking hubs were geared towards the needs of independent workers, freelancers, and small businesses involved in the tech sector, but as the market matured and became more diverse, coworking spaces in Seattle began cater to an ever-growing range of industry sectors.

A positive aspect of the local coworking scene - and one that has surely contributed to the appeal of this real estate sub-market - is the fact that shared office space provides an alternative use for underutilized space. For example, some service providers have redeveloped rooms in churches and community buildings into creative office space. In other parts of the city, the establishment of coworking hubs is helping revitalize neighborhoods with dwindling commercial activity levels and helping diversify the area's economy.

Coworking Space Seattle WA | Shared Workspaces | Creative Space

Shared Workspace Providers: Most of the city's coworking space is managed by Regus and WeWork, although other popular hubs in the central districts include:

  • Makers Space in the Industrial District
  • Coterie Worklounge Downtown
  • Impact Hub Seattle at 2nd Ave Seattle WA
  • Galvanize near King St station
  • Vybe Hub Eastlake
  • Office Nomads Capitol Hill at Boylston Ave, Seattle WA
  • Level Office at Pioneer Square
  • Plug & Play in Greenwood
  • Indie Ballard in Old Ballard
  • Hing Hay Coworks at 409b Maynard Ave
  • Atlas Workbase in Lower Queen Anne
  • West Seattle Coworking in Fairmount Park

Seattle Coworking Locations: The majority of the city's shared workspace is in the Seattle metro area. However, the coworking trend is also expanding to suburban Seattle locations, such as Tacoma, located near the city's international airport. The area has a high startup density, so the coworking model was a natural fit for the local business environment.

Seattle Coworking Space Costs: Prices for dedicated desk space match the national average, starting at $250 / month and going up to $450 at some of the largest and best-known providers. Daily passes average $30, and floating or hot desks can be found for $100 / month. As in other major cities, it is also possible to sign up for part-time memberships for a number of hours or days / week or month.

Find Coworking Space in Seattle, WA

Offices.net can help you find creative spaces and shared workspace in Seattle, Washington. These office spaces offer day passes / dropin days, coworking memberships, dedicated desks and hot desk rental as well as private offices, studios and event space. Most of Seattle's coworking spaces include high speed internet, private phone booths and meeting space, regular upcoming events, cafes and kitchens with complimentary beverages, bike storage and much more. Most of the shared workspaces offer a trial day so give us a shout and we'll get you set up.

If you don't see what you want above give us a call on 972-913-2742. Our shared office space search service is free and our experts know the local coworking market well. We've got Seattle coworking spaces to suit every budget and requirement and we look forward to helping you find the perfect shared workspace in Seattle, WA.