925 4th Ave
925 4th Avenue Seattle, WA 98104
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Finding Office Space to Rent in Downtown Seattle
At the heart of the city’s Financial District, our office space in Downtown Seattle puts you right in the action. Occupying several floors in this ultra-modern tower, our creative workspace features light-filled lounges, bookable meeting rooms, and sleek private offices. Commuting is simple with parking, public transportation, and the ferries at Pier 50 nearby. After work, meet a client for happy hour overlooking Elliott Bay, or head to Pike Place Market for a bite with the team. To join a vibrant network of forward-thinking professionals in Seattle, rent an office at 925 Fourth Avenue today.
Lockable office space for teams all sizes
Desk space in a shared lockable office
On-demand access to shared workspace and common areas
Location925 4th Avenue Seattle, WA 98104
Light rail at Pioneer Square Station (0.2 miles away) | University Street Station (0.3 miles away)
Norton Building Garage (0.2 miles) | Republic Parking Lot (0.3 miles)
Alaskan Way (0.3 miles) | I-5 Express (0.2 miles)
1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 11, 13, 14, 17, 18, 36, 40, 43, 49, 62, 70, 994 lines at 3rd Ave & Marion St. (200 ft.) | 12 line at Madison St & 4th Ave (500 ft.)
Seattle Ferry Terminal: Ferries 973, 975, Vashon Passenger Ferry, Bremerton Ferry, Bainbridge Ferry (0.4 miles)
Unique to this building
Rows of hooks and racks keep your prized bicycle safe on the premises.
Life’s too short to circle the block looking for a spot. Commute like a pro thanks to a vehicular home-away-from-home. Prices and rates vary by location.
Whether you’re a nursing mother, need to pray, or looking to meditate, you can rely on this lockable, serene room.
A designated, private, lockable, and comfortable space for new mothers - complete with a refrigerator, and sink for your convenience.
If working out helps get the work done, seamlessly context-shift with a gym right in the building or development.
With years of operational expertise and service-focused backgrounds, our workplace team is here 9am-6pm, Mon-Fri, to provide everything you need to keep your office running smoothly.
Around the clock, our cleaning crew helps keep common areas, meeting rooms, and private offices looking their spiffiest.
These semi-private alcoves provide comfortable sanctuaries on every floor for conducting private calls and video chats.
Every floor has its own space stocked with a business-class printer, office supplies, and paper shredder.
Professional & social events
From workshops to thought-leader panels and cheese tastings, our programming helps you nurture a strong team culture.
Unique common areas
The heart-and-soul of our locations, these lounges are living-room-style spaces designed for creativity, comfort, and productivity.
Hook yourself up to hard-wired Ethernet or secure Wi-Fi, including IT support and guest log-in functionality.
From brainstorming rooms with whiteboards and high-top tables to conversation rooms for informal meetings to presentation rooms with projectors and speakers, to specialty rooms, we've got you covered.
Stay caffeinated with free micro-roasted coffee, tea, and keep your hydration up with refreshing fruit water at every WeWork location.
The community management team adds a personal, professional touch to each WeWork building and is committed to empowering members in every possible way.
Flexible Office Space in Downtown Seattle
The neighborhood near our location at 925 Fourth Avenue features an enchanting mix of Romanesque Revival buildings and innovative modern architecture. In between meetings, grab lunch from the food trucks at Occidental Square or head down to the waterfront for a quick refresh. Inside the space, warm wood tones, energizing green hues, and expansive windows pay homage to the spirit of the Pacific Northwest. This amenities-rich building includes a gym, showers, and a rooftop terrace that’s perfect for soaking up some ever-elusive sunshine. Book a tour today to explore this unbeatable location with stunning views of Mount Rainier, Elliott Bay, and the Olympic Mountains.