The premium workspace provider inks deal at Sixth and Lenora for first Washington coworking space.
SEATTLE, WA — Industrious, the New York-based workspace provider, has signed a deal at the Sixth and Lenora Building in Denny Triangle. This is the company’s first location in Washington and second West Coast location. Industrious Seattle is set to open two floors, one floor will be available to members starting in September and the following will open later in the fall.
Denny Triangle is one of Seattle’s fastest growing and most vibrant neighborhoods, featuring brand new developments and unique shops. The expansion of Industrious into Seattle will give local residents and businesses a first taste of the new coworking space.
“We couldn’t be more excited to unveil Industrious in the Seattle market,” said Justin Stewart, Industrious Cofounder and President. “We’ve been searching for our flagship Seattle location for a couple of years and are thrilled that we found a space in such a perfect location with a ton of natural light.”
The new 28,000+ square foot space, located in the Sixth and Lenora Building at 2033 6th Avenue on the 6th and 7th floors, will contain 80+ offices starting at $500/month. Access to the building is 24/7 and leases are available as flexible, month-to-month agreements for local businesses and national companies expanding their portfolio.
“The building is incredibly special, with great lunch spots right across the street and with direct views of Amazon’s Spheres,” said Emma Dively, Industrious National Launcher for Seattle. The building is situated just minutes away from Seattle’s best restaurants, coffee shops, retail stores.
Industrious Seattle members will receive complimentary local craft coffee, pastries and treats, and abundant parking. Members have access to a beautiful and productive environment featuring conference rooms, common spaces, phone rooms, and a private mother’s space.
For more information, please visit https://www.industriousoffice.
Industrious was cofounded in 2013 by Jamie Hodari and Justin Stewart. The company is the country’s leader in high-end coworking, offering elegant private offices, flexible terms, and personalized customer service that makes people proud and excited to come to work.
Industrious’s national network currently has coworking spaces in Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Columbus, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Manhattan, Nashville, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Raleigh, and St. Louis, and is opening more than 20 additional locations in 2017, including in Charlotte, Denver, Dallas, Indianapolis, and Seattle.
About Clise Properties
For over 127 years, Clise Properties has played an integral role in the development of Seattle’s business and community institutions. This continuity in family ownership has enabled Clise to stay true to its guiding principles of honesty, integrity and doing what is right.
Today, under fourth-generation leader A.M. Clise, Clise strives to advance the Clise Family’s goal of transforming the Denny Regrade into Seattle’s premier urban neighborhood. A.M. has expanded this original vision to include the greater Pudget Sound region, and Clise currently has properties in Bothell, Federal Way, Tacoma, Lynwood and Puyallup. While property development is Clise’s business, the Clise family possess a passion and respect for Seattle that extends beyond its daily work. Amongh the family’s many contributions to the community is the founding of Seattle Children’s Hospital, conceived by JW’s wife, Anna Herr Clise, in 1907.