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Columbia Collective in Portland

Private / Coworking Space
Lower Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Community verified
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Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Black Rock espresso machine in house
Tea black & green
Alcohol Beer
Food Many amazing restaurants within a block or two
Seating Capacity 20
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords coworking, office, hot desk, community, private office, conference room, Natural Light, Alcohol, Has Power
Web www.columbiacollective.com  

Pro Tips

Located in the heart of downtown Vancouver Columbia Collective is the only coworking space benefits to offer a plethora of benefits to it's community members. open-space working areas as well as private offices, conference rooms, private meeting rooms with 4k large TV's for presentations, high-speed wired and wireless , dedicated, and flex desks, 24/7 access, lockers, happy hour events, and so much more. Gone are the days when you have to buy 2 lattes so you have work in a loud fluctuating coffee shop, which in a month will amount to $240, at Columbia Collective coffee is on us!


  • Great coworking space in the heart of downtown Vancouver, WA. The space is open with nice natural light and has plenty of community tables and standing desk options. Private offices and conference rooms are also available.

    From Website:
    At Columbia Collective we believe that “together is better.” Whether you’re a freelancer, an entrepreneur, or a startup, working in isolation is detrimental. That is why we work hard to provide a workspace that is inspiring and fun, where ideas come together and community is forged, and where you can be the best possible you in pursuing your dreams.

  • Awesome Location! Great facility and community!

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