Cool StuffTable Football / FoosballDog Friendly
FacilitesPrivate phone boothsOnsite StaffCleaning Services
Classic BasicsHigh Speed WiFiConference Rooms
Relax ZonesOutdoor TerraceLounge / Chill-out Area
TransportationFree Parking on PremiseBike storage
Accessibility24hr Member Access
CateringFree Coffee / TeaFree Drinking Water
CommunityProfessional & social events
An incredibly diverse community is what draws businesses to this Seattle office space, occupying three levels of a strikingly modern building in the neighborhood of South Lake Union. The dog-friendly coworking space attracts startups, more established companies, and nonprofits alike. There’s lots of original art—including a fabulous mural of Seattle’s best-known attractions—and plenty of common spaces and conference rooms when you need to get down to business.When you want some fresh air, step out onto the open terrace.
Below the building is a parking garage, and the main bus lines traversing the city are within three or four blocks. The office space is close to Lake Union and Capitol Hill, where you’ll find plenty of interesting eateries. When your company needs a bustling atmosphere that fosters creativity, head to WeWork South Lake Union.
Absolutely the best office environment! If you want to attract and retain talent; get offices at WeWork. Everyone loves it here. Friendly neighbors, cute dogs, cold brew coffee and beer on tap, conference rooms a-plenty, frequent lunch & learns, happy hours and a super friendly staff; what's not to love! Also great for entrepreneurs or businesses looking to grow their network. So many great resources for start-ups and through the WeWork network you can connect to new clients and partners both here an South Lake Union, all around Seattle and across the Nation or world! Can't say enough good things about WeWork. Have officed here for nearly 3 years and can't imagine ever leaving:) Highly recommend!
WeWork offers up some of the coolest co-working spaces anywhere. They have taken the design aesthetic used in the top tech companies and applied it here. It feels like it could be a Google or Twitter or LinkedIn office, and not some staid corporate looking place. In this particular WeWork, there's kegerators loaded up with local microbrew! How cool is that?