9 of the Best Coworking Spaces in Seattle with Perks & Prices

Nestled in the Pacific Northwest and surrounded by lush greenery, Seattle is the home of tech giants like Amazon and Microsoft, the iconic Space Needle, and a vibrant arts and music scene. The coworking landscape here is heavily influenced by the tech industry, with startups and tech professionals being the most frequent users of shared workspaces, followed by professionals from the aerospace, healthcare, and creative sectors. 

Our comprehensive guide will lead you through the best coworking spaces in Seattle, focusing on the main aspects that make a listing stand out. This includes: 

  • Best coworking spaces and their membership plans
  • Amenities and features in each coworking space
  • The coworking community and neighborhood

9 Highest-Rated Coworking Spaces in Seattle

1. Orchard Workspace by JLL (Rating 5/5)

1601 5th Ave Suite 900, Floor 1, Seattle, WA 98101

Office Space at Orchard Seattle

Located in the Central Business district, Orchard Workspace offers fully furnished and modern workspaces with enterprise-grade design and a desirable address. The business-friendly community provides networking opportunities, while the nearby amenities put members close to everything they need. The secure access, on-site parking, and bike storage make the workspace even more convenient while the on-site support team is ready to handle all your needs    

Best For: Entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses

+ Day pass, 5-day, and 10-day pass available
+ 24/7 access  
+ On-site gym
+ On-site parking and bike storage
+ On-site support team

 

Team Office
$17,900/month

Meeting Room
$39/hour

Private Office
$50/hour

Virtual Office
$99/month

Dedicated Desk
$359/month

Open Desk Coworking
$25/day

 

Learn more about Orchard Workspace by JLL Seattle.

2. Collective Chemistry (Rating 5/5)

5201 11th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107

Collective Chemistry is a decade-old community focused on knowledge-sharing and collaboration among creative freelancers. It offers workspaces filled with natural light, electric sit-to-stand desks, hot desks, and classic workstations. A spacious courtyard and on-site kitchen are great for informal meetings or breaks, and the neighborhood abounds with spots to hang out. Members also have the opportunity to connect through happy hours, classes, discussions, and networking events.    

Best For: Creative freelancers

+ Free week-long trial
+ Sit-to-stand desks 
+ Sit-to-stand desks 
+ On-site kitchen 
+ Networking and social events 

 

Meeting Room
Upon Request

Dedicated Desk
$395/month

Open Desk Coworking
$125/month

 

Learn more about Collective Chemistry Seattle.

3. West Seattle Coworking  (Rating 5/5)

4452 California Ave SW, Floor 1, Seattle, WA 98116

Meeting Room at West Seattle Coworking

Centrally located and family-operated, West Seattle Coworking is a friendly neighborhood coworking space. Through month-to-month memberships, members can get access to all their locations across the U.S. and enjoy the benefits of a broad network of professionals and businesses. With a fully-stocked kitchen inside and multiple restaurants in the vicinity, you can complete all tasks from a single place, both professional and social.

Best For:  Independent workers and small teams 

+ 24/7 access
+ Receptionist & secretarial services 
+ Rental discounts
+ Access to a global network

 

Meeting Room
$29/hour

Open Desk Coworking
$10/day

Virtual Office
$49/month

Private Office
$99/day

 

Learn more about West Seattle Coworking.

4. The Cloud Room  (Rating 4.9/5)

1424 11th Ave Ste 400, Floor 1, Seattle, WA 98122

The Cloud Room offers a dynamic work environment and support for entrepreneurs and businesses at every stage. Nestled in Chophouse Row in the PikePine neighborhood, members enjoy proximity to local amenities and an on-site bar with a sun deck. As part of the Global Collective, it’s committed to providing thoughtful design, upscale amenities, and curated programming. 

Best For:  Growing teams, remote workers, and well-established professionals

+ 24/7 access
+ On-site bar (The Cloud Room Bar)
+ Part of the Global Collective
+ Happy Hour events

 

Meeting Room
$25/hour

Open Desk Coworking
$40/day

Team Office
Upon Request

Virtual Office
$90/month

 

Learn more about The Cloud Room Seattle.

5. Thinkspace (Rating 4.9/5)

1700 Westlake Ave N #200, Seattle, WA 98109

Situated in the Lake Union Building, Thinkspace blends Seattle’s outdoor living with a productive coworking environment. Aside from flexible membership plans, members can use amenities like stand-up paddleboats, showers, and lockers, all located in-house. Thinkspace also offers startup advisory, making it perfect for entrepreneurs who need mentorship and guidance. The central position also offers easy access to a network of potential partners, investors, and customers. 

Best For:  Startups and entrepreneurs 

+ Startup advice 
+ On-site parking and bike storage 
+ 24/7 access
+ Stand-up paddleboats
+ On-site showers and lockers 
+ Pet-friendly
– Car-dependent area 

 

Meeting Room
$25/hour

Open Desk Coworking
$50/day

Private Office
$900/month

Virtual Office
$99/month

 

Learn more about Thinkspace  Seattle.

6. West Seattle Coworking (Rating 4.9/5)

9030 35th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126

Office Space at West Seattle Coworking

With over 10 years of experience to back up its name, West Seattle Coworking is a family-operated coworking spot with a work-focused environment. It offers a variety of workspace options depending on your needs, as well as proximity to amenities like restaurants, schools, and childcare facilities. Added benefits for members include access to West Seattle’s global workspace network and rental discounts.

Best For:  Independent workers and small teams

+ Access to a global network 
+ Receptionist & secretarial services 
+ 24/7 access
+ On-site parking and bike storage 
+ Fully wheelchair accessible 
+ LGBTQ+ friendly 
+ Gender-neutral toilets
+ Fully stocked kitchen 
+ Rental discounts 
Car-dependent area 

 

Meeting Room
$45/hour

Open Desk Coworking
$29/day

Private Office
$99/day

Virtual Office
$49/month

 

Learn more about West Seattle Coworking.

7. Spaces 2 and U  (Rating 4.9/5)

1201 2nd Ave Suite 900, Seattle, WA 98101

Open Workspace at Spaces 2 and U

Nestled in a 38-story glass building in Seattle’s business district, Spaces 2 and U shares its address with corporate giants like Amazon and cultural gems like the Seattle Art Museum. Plenty of natural light enhances the fully equipped workspaces and designer communal areas with unobstructed views of Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains, and the city below. Spaces is also close to transport hubs and features on-site fitness and yoga centers and shared decks on the 16th and 19th floors. 

Best For:   Individuals, small teams, and businesses 

+ Prominent address 
+ Access to a global network 
+ Online appointments
+ On-site yoga and fitness studios 
+ Receptionist & secretarial services 
+ On-site parking
Crowded parking due to the popular location

 

Dedicated Desk
$269/month

Open Workspace
$149/month

Private Office
$1,579/month

Virtual Office
$299/month

 

Learn more about Spaces 2 and U Seattle.

8. Burien Coworking (Rating 4.9/5)

9030 35th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126

Founded in 2017, Burien Coworking is an independently owned coworking space managed by a local family. The clean and modern workspaces provide flexibility and all the essential office amenities, plus a fully-stocked kitchen ideal for taking a break or hosting informal meetings. It’s the perfect environment for productivity and growth, offering 24/7 access, on-site parking, and quiet rooms for maximum focus 

Best For:   Independent workers and small teams

+ Affordable membership plans 
+ Quiet rooms 
+ 24/7 access 
+ Fully stocked kitchen
+ On-site parking 

 

Board Office
Upon Request

Open Desk Coworking
$29/day

Meeting Room
$29/hour

Virtual Office
$50/month

Private Office
Upon Request

 

Learn more about Burien Coworking Seattle.

9. Industrious (Rating 4.8/5)

2033 6th Ave #600, Floor 1, Seattle, WA 98121

Dedicated Desks at Industrious Seattle

Located in the Active Voice Building, Industrious offers practical coworking, private offices, and on-demand meeting spaces. With a shared lounge, well-equipped meeting rooms, private phone booths, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a wellness room, it balances work and rest to maximize productivity. Due to the space’s location near Pike Place Market, members have easy access to local amenities, Highway 99 and I-5, and on-site parking, providing a convenient commute.   

Best For:  Independent workers, small teams, and businesses

+ 24/7 access
+ On-site wellness room 
+ Fully wheelchair accessible 
+ LGBTQ+ friendly
+ Gender-neutral toilets
+ Daily breakfast & snacks
+ Weekly Happy Hours
+ On-site parking 
Popular coworking spot; availability varies 

 

Open Desk Coworking
$299/month

Meeting Room
$75/hour

Private Office
$716/month

Team Office
$13,925/month

Event Space
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Virtual Office
$99/month

 

Learn more about Industrious Seattle.

 

Methodology 

We based our selection of the 9 best coworking spaces in Seattle on Google reviews, shortlisting locations with an average rating of 4.5 stars or higher, also considering available amenities and membership prices. When booking a coworking space, always consider your own individual or business needs and budget.

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Laura Pop-Badiu

Laura Pop-Badiu is a Senior Creative Writer at CoworkingCafe and CoworkingMag, with a degree in Journalism and a background in both hospitality and real estate. Laura is a certified bookworm with a genuine passion for the written word and a keen interest in the coworking sector. Her work has been featured in major publications like Forbes, NBC News, The Business Journals, Chicago Tribune, MSN and Yahoo! Finance, among others.
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