badge fast company Press Seattle Green Office Space Mashup Hosts Interesting Startups: Want to work with a ton of cool startups… then you’ll want to check out thinkspace. Right near Microsoft’s campus. Here Peter gives us a tour and talks about why he has one of the hottest places to work in the Seattle area.” -Robert Scoble, FastCompany.tv

badge psbj Press Office Suites Providers adding Value by Going Green This article quoted our client, Lynda Gaughan, President of Sound Accounting Partners: It’s the nicest Class A space in downtown Redmond…An office with sustainable features like this is just not available to small businesses…For entrepreneurs, it is an affordable way to limit their carbon footprint.”-Jeanne Lang Jones

badge seattletimes Press Talk of Triple Digit Temps Creates Tweet Wave on Twitter Weather experts are predicting a five-day heat wave, with peak temperatures that could break Seattle’s record of 100 degrees. Chee announced on Twitter and his blog that he’d give entrepreneurs free air-conditioned space this week so they could find a place to “beat the heat” as they work.”-Lindsay Toler

badge redmond reporter Press Sammamish Man Creates ‘Space’ for Home Business Owners Like many of his Sammamish neighbors, entrepreneur Peter Chee thought it would be wonderful to work at home. Instead, he felt isolated. He missed the atmosphere of being in an intellectual ‘think tank.’ Chee explained, ‘I liked being around other smart people…’”-Mary Stevens Decker

badge east business journal Press thinkspace Offers Tenants the Chance to “Be Green” On May 12th, thinkspace broke new ground by being the first building in the Puget Sound Region to market pre-certified, green-compliant executive office suites. thinkspace is an attractive three-story brick office structure with a third-story deck. An electric car charging station, bicycle racks, and a shower are building amenities.

badge sammamish reporter Press thinkspace Brings a New Working Alternative Ladies and gentlemen, meet Thinkspace. Located in downtown Redmond, just down the street from the city’s new transit center, Thinkspace offers 25,000 square feet of executive office space, for self-employed folks or small business owners who want to keep their overhead low but project a professional image and interact with like-minded…”