Coworking is shared office space among different businesses. It is distinct from co-workers, which describes people working together in the same company or on the same project. Coworking is a great solution for entrepreneurs and small business owners who want to the cost of office space as low as possible, yet enjoy the amenities and infrastructure typically enjoyed in larger companies.
Amenities in a coworking space often include WiFi, conference rooms, a shared printer, and other office equipment. Most locations include a receptionist, custodial services, mail center, coffee service. Coworking spaces may also include food services and even cost-effective healthcare plans. Some spaces have extended opportunities such as business training and networking, as well as socializing.
There are many sizes and styles of coworking to fit different needs and budgets. Cost-conscious spaces will have fewer benefits, while full-fledged corporate offices offer complete business services. There are coworking spaces geared towards the artistic community, entrepreneurs, small businesses, non-profit organizations, and community or social enterprise groups.
A feature of all coworking spaces is flexibility, from part-time use of a shared office on a month-to-month basis to dedicated private space with a guaranteed annual rate.
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Coworking spaces in the Puget Sound region
Our list focuses on coworking spaces that offer something unique beyond shared office space rental.
Seattle Coworking Spaces
(Listed alphabetically by neighborhood)
Knack located in Belltown offers a coworking space for women, LGBTQ+ folks and allies, and people of color. Members enjoy carefully designed ergonomic workstations, a mother’s/ wellness room, showers, podcast studio, non-gendered bathrooms, discounts from local vendors, and more. Rates start at $99/month, $600/month for a dedicated desk, and $35 day passes. 2132 3rd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
Black Dot near the Central District is a Black-owned and Black member coworking location. Members have the opportunity for mentorship, community events, professional development opportunities, and support. Contact for rates. 1437 South Jackson St. Seattle, WA 98144
Cloud Room in Capitol Hill not only has coworking space, but they also have an onsite bar open only to members until 5pm. Members with kids ages 13+ get a discount on membership for their child to work on remote learning, homework, or their own kid-run business. Cloud Room is part of a collaboration that provides discounts at other coworking locations around the country. Members also enjoy access to a personal stylist, events, showers, and local discounts. Rates start at $40/day and $140/month. 1424 11th Avenue STE 400 Seattle, WA 98122
Indies Workshop in Capitol Hill focuses on providing coworking space for members of the gaming industry. Game consoles, gamepads, and lots of other tech options are available for member use. $30/day and $350/month. 911 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122
The Inc. in Green Lake features on-site childcare. There are adult-only and adult/child spaces available for use. Rates start at $60/quarter and childcare is $16/hour. 111 NE 80th St, Seattle, WA 98115
Works Progress in Maple Leaf is a co-op-based coworking location. Monthly rates start at $395 and members enjoy social gatherings, a full kitchen, conference rooms, and more. 8001 14th Ave NE Ste A Seattle, WA 98115
Novel Coworking in Pioneer Square offers perks such as a mother’s room, 24/7 access, and indoor bike storage. With easy access to transit, shopping, and food this is a great location for walkability. Rates start at $219/month. 600 1st Ave. Seattle, WA 98104
Galvanize in Pioneer Square is a five-story coworking location overlooking Elliot Bay. Galvanize features a huge variety of indoor and outdoor seating for everyone. It’s a dog-friendly location with a kitchen, podcast studio, wellness room, events, and mentorship. Rates start at $125 per month. 111 S Jackson St. Seattle WA 98104
Seven Starlings in the Roosevelt neighborhood has a variety of indoor and outdoor seating, a large fireplace, and easy walkability to dining and shopping. Membership starts at $25/day and $275/month with discounts for residents of the Lucille and Hive apartments. 6717 Roosevelt Way NE, Suite 102, Seattle, WA 98115
Tacoma Coworking Spaces
(Listed alphabetically by company name)
The Co-Lab & The Pod Works is a truly unique parent-focused coworking space. The Co-Lab is a coworking and event space with on-site childcare located at 3808 N 27th St, Tacoma, WA 98407. The Pod-Works is a coworking location for moms only. It is kid-friendly where mamas and kids work together at 7024 27th St W, University Place, WA 98466. Both locations also have an event and birthday party space, lots of community connection, and social opportunities Membership starts at $50/month. Discounts available for single parents, mentor parents, and students. Financial aid is available.
Traction Space has a podcast studio, meditation room, community events, onsite cafe, and discounts from local vendors. Mentors are available for members as well. Make sure to check out their website for current specials and promotions- we saw one for a free month! Monthly rates start at $99 per month. Day passes start at $15 per day. 748 Market St, Tacoma WA, 98402
Union Club is a restored historical building with an event space, maker studio, and a variety of office settings. Indoor and outdoor seating is available some with views of the water. Pricing is as low as $20/day, $50/week, and $99/month. Discounts are available for non-profits, students, and active-duty military & spouses. Additional discounts are available. 539 Broadway Tacoma, WA 98402
Other Coworking Spaces in the Puget Sound Region
(Listed alphabetically by city)
Industrious members have the opportunity to work with a dedicated community manager for professional development skills. Their Bellevue location has a wellness room, outdoor and indoor seating, and the ability to work at other locations nationwide. Rates start at $300 per month. 500 108th Ave NE Suite 1100, Bellevue, WA 98004
Office Evolution is within walking distance of Bellevue transit, shopping, and dining. There are multiple conference rooms as well as a fitness center with showers. The location has lots of natural lighting and a variety of seating options. Office Evolution also offers 24/7 access, access to additional locations, professional phone answering, and mail service. Contact for current rates. 13555 SE 36th Street Suite 100, Bellevue, WA 98006
Workhorse HQ in Edmonds is on the waterfront with views of the Puget Sound from the coworking space. Members enjoy a community library, beverages (including coffee, beer, and kombucha) from local companies, and a dog-friendly environment. There’s a large meeting space with ample parking as well as easy access to the train, bus, and ferry. They also have options for kids participating in remote learning. Your first day is FREE. Membership is $25/day and monthly rates start at $199/month. 123 2nd Ave. S Suite 230 Edmonds, WA 98020
InSpark in Lynwood offers weekly workshops for members and focuses on collaboration and fun. They’re located conveniently at I-5 and I-405 for easy access. Your first day is FREE and members who pay in advance for a year get two months FREE. Membership options start at $50 per month. 16824 44th Ave. W. Suite 130 Lynnwood, WA 98037
SnoWorks in Snohomish offers your first day for FREE. This location is conveniently within walking distance of downtown Snohomish. Members enjoy their massage chair, treats from local businesses, and networking events. Daily passes are $20/day, Private offices start at $1,000/month, and desks start at $150/month. 108 Union Ave, Snohomish, WA 98290