We are looking for more locations! If you would like to see a location in your city, please fill out our contact us form and let us know. We are looking for locations that have charm and personality. Space that is similarly built out as ours with a mix of open space and private offices. We are open for discussion and will keep it confidential if you contact us!


thinkspace has launched it’s second location in Seattle. Located near Google, Adobe, and Tableau we’re in the “Center of the Universe” in Fremont. Our space is in the penthouse with spectacular views of the Fremont Bridge, Ship Canal, and Lake Union. Ample parking is available, bike racks, showers and changing rooms. Conveniently located near restaurants, grocery stores, bars, and tech companies.

Address: 936 N 34th Street, Suite 400 Seattle, WA 98103.


thinkspace is located in the heart of Redmond’s downtown urban core. We have excellent pedestrian access to other businesses, Redmond Town Center, Redmond Transit Center, Redmond City Hall, Library, high density residential, restaurants, banks, post office, supermarkets, daycare, parks, coffee shops, close access to 520 and Highway 202, two miles to Microsoft, and many other services. Check out our WalkScore of 95 out of 100! We are close to neighboring cities like Bellevue, Kirkland, Sammamish, Woodinville. All within 10 minutes of Redmond.

Address: 8201 164th Ave NE, Suite 200 Redmond, WA 98052

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About Redmond
In November 2007, Seattle Business Monthly selected and ranked 35 cities in the State of Washington as “Best Cities for Business”. The survey criteria was based on population, crime rate, median home price, bachelor’s degrees, 5 year population growth, amenities, job growth/unemployment, per capita income, median household income. The magazine ranked Redmond as #1. Employers are drawn to Redmond’s overall corporate environment and business friendly tax climate. Unlike Bellevue and other neighboring cities, the City of Redmond does not have a Business & Occupation tax on income. The city has since become a full-fledged business center that is attractive to both current employees and new recruits. The city is working on its new $6 million Redmond Intelligent Transportation System, which will help manage traffic and congestion with the aid of fiber-optic communication – an apt solution for the home of one of the world’s most impressive tech sectors*.

*November 2007, Seattle Business Monthly: Best Cities for Business, Beauty of the ‘Burbs.