Regus Seattle - World Trade Center East Business Lounge in Seattle

Private / Coworking Space
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

Original Scout, Editors + Owners

Community verified | Owner approved

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Flavia single cup coffee brewer with assorted Alterra Coffee Roasters flavors
Tea The Bright Tea Company: Green, Lemon, Chai, English Breakfast and Earl Gray
Food Snack closet (soup, oatmeal, chips, candy, etc.), Avanti Markets vending machine (sandwiches, salads, frozen meals, ice cream, etc.)
Seating Capacity 14
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger table, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Group Friendly, Air Conditioned, Has Power

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Modern and professional workplace with floor to ceiling views of Elliott Bay and Mt. Rainier situated next to Seattle's famous Pike Place Market and Pier 66. Amenities at this location include: cable TV, administrative support, printing & copying, mail drop, secured and dedicated WiFi.

  • I haven’t actually gone to this place – or any other Regus location, but I have been looking at their company website to get information. From what I can tell, here’s what I’ve gathered: You do need to sign up. Regus offers “blue level” membership, which is free. You can work in their “business lounge” areas for free, as well. They make their money from paid memberships (which might be worth it to some) and the costs to book private offices, training rooms, and meeting spaces (which you can do by the day). I looked into the cost of booking a private office at the for the day (9:00-4:30) and was quoted $89.10.

  • Hi, I just joined up with Workfrom. Is this location open to anyone? Do you have to sign up to use it? Thanks!

  • Working from this location for the first time, and I have to say I’m loving it! Nice and quiet, lots of space to work, and a killer view of the Sound!

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