Plug&Play in Seattle

Private / Coworking Space
Lower Noise
Plugs everywhere

Original Scout + Editors

Owner sourced | Community approved

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee drip coffee (dark and medium roasts mostly)
Tea green, chai, black and herbal tea
Food Basic snacks (chips, soda, breakfast bars , etc)
Seating Capacity 8
Outside Seating 4
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Larger tables
Keywords Has Food, Outdoor Seating, Natural Light, Has Power, Tea, Coffee, Popular, Car Parking, Bike Parking
Web www.plugandplaynw.com  

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We are a coworking office space and passionate community of creative and business-minded individuals. We are artists, designers, game developers, entrepreneurs and freelancers building great things, collaborating and supporting each other as we work towards our goals. As a member of our community you will not just be a customer, you'll be an active part of what plug&play is and does for you and for others.

We currently offer:

-$240/mo full time membership w/ dedicated desk

-Private offices available. Email for more info

*Free parking, close to Metro buses, locker space, shared break room, printers, outdoor picnic table and conference room available. Many other amenities: please email info@plugandplaynw.com for questions or to schedule a tour!

  • Right now there’s not many people here, newer coworking space (opened January). That means it’s fairly quiet, very empty. I think there will be more people as they learn about it. The space is very cool, there are free office supplies and printing/fax/laminating. There are lots of supplies to make group games (the primary vision for the space is to be a creative space for game creators and others to collaborate). First day is free, after that, drop in rates are $20/day for the shared space. They ask on the website that you let them know ahead of time if you’re coming in. Free coffee, tea, snacks. Refrigerator and kitchenette access for storing/prepping lunch. Parking is easy and free (park in the giant lot south of the building), or take the bus (Metro routes 5 or 48). Office rentals, conference room, and memberships available also.

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