Take a tour by 12/22 and get 5 days of workspace free. Terms apply.

Power and Light Building

920 SW 6th Ave
Portland, OR 97204

4.4 | 6 reviews

Take a tour by 12/22 and get 5 days of workspace free. Terms apply.

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  • Power and Light Building Coworking
    Common Area
  • Power and Light Building Coworking
    Hot Desks
  • Power and Light Building Coworking
    Terrace
  • Power and Light Building Reception
    Community Bar
  • Power and Light Building Coworking
    Kitchen
  • Power and Light Building Conference Room
    Conference Room

Available workspace

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Consider local social distancing requirements when looking for a space.
Dedicated Desks are not offered at this location.

Amenities

  • Cleaning services
  • Parking
  • Dog friendly
  • Outdoor space
  • Bike storage
  • Mother's room
  • Wellness room
  • Event space
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Our commitment to health and safety

We’re prioritizing the health and safety of all members and employees in our spaces so you can continue working with peace of mind.

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Sanitization

We'll continue to clean and disinfect our spaces by following our cleaning schedules and practices, to prioritize the wellbeing of our members and employees.

Behavioral signage

We've installed strategically placed signage as friendly reminders on hygiene measures.

Sanitization equipment

We provide complimentary sanitization products in our spaces.

Ventilation and air filtration

Our HVAC systems will continue to be maintained and monitored to ensure air ventilation and filtration are working correctly.

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Sanitization
We'll continue to clean and disinfect our spaces by following our cleaning schedules and practices, to prioritize the wellbeing of our members and employees.
Behavioral signage
We've installed strategically placed signage as friendly reminders on hygiene measures.
Sanitization equipment
We provide complimentary sanitization products in our spaces.
Ventilation and air filtration
Our HVAC systems will continue to be maintained and monitored to ensure air ventilation and filtration are working correctly.
Learn more

Location

920 SW 6th Ave Portland, OR 97204
  • Nearby transit

  • Max Lines (two blocks)
  • Metropolitan Garage - Lot #47 (in-building) | Jackson Tower - Lot #59 (one block away)
  • Sunset Highway & I-405 (0.5 miles)
  • 15 and 51 lines at SW Salmon & Park (one block) | Downtown Express at Hilton Hotel (one block) | 4, 30, 99, 105, 134, 199 lines at SW 6th & Taylor (one block)
  • BIKETOWN at SW 3rd Ave & SW Morrison St (4 blocks)

Coworking Space in Portland

Located in the heart of Downtown Portland, our Power + Light Building office space lets you blend the line between work and play like never before. Ideal for teams of all sizes, enjoy three floors of beautiful private offices, collaborative workspaces, and modern conference rooms—plus a pet-friendly policy, onsite showers, and an inviting outdoor space that truly set the space apart. This central location is also ideal for commuters, with convenient access to onsite bike storage, parking, and a variety of bus lines all nearby. After work, Pioneer Square Mall provides an endless array of restaurants, retail shops, and entertainment options to explore. To give your business the home it deserves, schedule your visit to WeWork’s Plaza Blocks coworking space.

What people are saying

4.4 | 6 Google reviews

Scott Bauer
June 21, 2021
Great space, people and location
Thomas McElligott
March 9, 2020
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Ben Kilfoil
February 28, 2019
Wonderful place to work, we started here about 3 weeks ago and the staff and facilities have been impeccable!
Nicholas Houle
July 23, 2022
WeWork has been good overall for my coworking flex space needs, and the concept is excellent. I wanted more seclusion and a place to set up a desk, so I decided to go with the higher monthly amount for a single dedicated personal space. ...Read more WeWork has been good overall for my coworking flex space needs, and the concept is excellent. I wanted more seclusion and a place to set up a desk, so I decided to go with the higher monthly amount for a single dedicated personal space. The dedicated space has met my needs, but I do have to admit the walls separating people seem pretty thin. The dedicated space feels a little like a fishbowl, and you can loudly hear the sounds of others moving around or opening and shutting doors, and voices seem to carry through the walls and glass effortlessly. It's probably challenging to plan and account for every detail, so hopefully, you are not sensitive to sounds or vibrations. That said, I would recommend WeWork if your office needs are similar to mine and you have a good pair of headphones. 💻 🎧 ☕
kf Fellows
January 27, 2019
There are a few WeWork locations in town, and having worked from a few of them, this one is probably the best! Even if you have a hot desk membership, there are a lot of spaces to spread out, since they're on a few of the floors. They al...Read more There are a few WeWork locations in town, and having worked from a few of them, this one is probably the best! Even if you have a hot desk membership, there are a lot of spaces to spread out, since they're on a few of the floors. They also have access to the roof deck during summer! That said, the phone booths are really frustrating if you're a bigger person or use a mobility device; would really be better to have small, one-person conference rooms for the sake of accessibility. If you require an accessible bathroom, you may also have to wait for an elevator and go to a different floor, since there are only accessible bathrooms on two of the floors. And, as always: it's more expensive than it probably should be.
Julie Booth
September 1, 2022
I’ve been on and off at WeWork for a few years. In early 2021 I rented an office to avoid the construction noise in my condo building. The “offices” in this location are basically glass cages that rattle every time a door slams - whic...Read more I’ve been on and off at WeWork for a few years. In early 2021 I rented an office to avoid the construction noise in my condo building. The “offices” in this location are basically glass cages that rattle every time a door slams - which during early 2021 was not much because few people were there. Now that folks are coming in, the noise of slamming doors is constant. WeWork, itself, has nefarious contracts that read “membership” not “lease” so you basically have no tenant rights when you sign - beware of that. Once you are in an office contract, you are stuck and they will charge you 200 dollars every time they allow you to move to a “better more quiet” glass room with no soundproofing. Pros: Mike at the front desk of the Power and Light building is a gem. I have genuinely enjoyed getting to know him during early morning lobby conversations. There is also a very nice gym in the building that WeWork has no control over. The community staff here tries. They are nice folks and are “lenient” about letting you put up acoustical foam and other barriers to try to make your glass cage more like a 750.00 a month office. I’m doing research for the next space I rent while I ride out the rest of my contract.
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