Works Progress in Seattle

Private / Coworking Space, Private Meeting Room(s), Event Space
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

Original Scout, Editors + Owners

Owner verified

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Camano Island Coffee Roasters
Tea We supply a variety of teas, including Tazo, Yogi, Lipton, Celestial, and others
Alcohol Beer, Wine
Food We provide free snacks on site, members are welcome to bring their own and there are lots of great options in the neighborhood!
Seating Capacity 32-37
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords coworking, community, neighborhood, Alcohol, Has Power
Web www.worksprogressseattle.com  

Pro Tips

Works Progress is a coworking space for a diverse group of working professionals - if you are creating a more flexible lifestyle by working in your own community, having flexible hours, or trying something new, then we're here to support you! We are in the heart of the Greenwood/Phinney Ridge Neighborhood and right on the bus line.

All memberships include wifi, printing, reservable conference rooms, comfortable workspaces, private call rooms, kitchen space, and complimentary coffee.

Our community is relaxed and friendly, come try us out!

  • As a drop in guest for a day, Works Progress had a very quiet and focused vibe, the people were friendly, the space was well designed, and I thought it cool that the group does lunches and happy hours occasionally. As a person that has to take a lot of calls, I felt like it was a little tough to take a call in the public space and there were only 3 phone booths (conference rooms are for members, but they let me use one anyway). Also, I was surprised and disappointed to have wifi slowness affect my video conferencing ability. Conference rooms have ethernet so if I were a member and planned ahead/reserved a room this may have helped. Altogether the community would definitely make me sign up to be a member if I were a Seattle local.

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