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Best workspaces in Seattle

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As the birthplace of Starbucks, Seattle is very well known for its history with coffee and coffee shops. These cafes especially have become creative hubs for getting work done and meeting new people. We’ve crafted a list of some of Seattle’s best workspaces.

Victrola Coffee Roasters

Victrola Coffee Roasters serves premium coffee to keep your gears turning while you create. You can also buy their coffee online if you prefer. The vintage decor of the space is sure to set a soft, inviting energy for any work you have to get done.

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Mr. West Cafe Bar

If you’re looking for a place to eat, work, or meet, Mr. West Cafe Bar is just the place. It’s the perfect oasis for slowing down and concentrating on any tasks at hand. Its design and decor make it a great spot for business meetings with clients.

Capitol Coffee Works

With large windows that let in a ton of light, Capitol Coffee Works is a refreshing and bright setting to clear your head of other distractions and focus. Baristas bring your coffee to you wherever you sit, so you can get started on your work right away. They have personal and communal tables, sofas, and even swings suspended from the ceiling if you need a break.

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Union Coffee

Union Coffee is simple in design and menu. They also have large windows for light and an indoor balcony with a view of the street. It’s a great place to settle down and generate some of your most creative ideas.

The Cloud Room

Lastly, if you’re looking for a place with events, workshops, and coworking, The Cloud Room is most likely the perfect fit. This co-working establishment is women-owned and operated. They have a bar and lounge and offer a curated event series. You can work here for the day for a fee, get a monthly membership, or rent out desk space. It’s sure to offer more than you imagine.

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Ending the week at this cozy spot in Common Summit. 📸 : @ellie.lillstrom

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In addition to these best workspaces, our new homes in Seattle are also perfect spaces to get some work done with convenience and privacy! Let us know if you agree.

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