The Pacific Crest room is perfect for large group events. With up to 50 seats for all of your guests, the energy is incredible in this room!
Outdoor Seating + SUPs
Our outdoor patio and stand-up paddleboards are a signature of our Seattle Pacific Crest location. You’ll love renting these out!
Haystach is an easily-accessible meeting room on our first floor. With up to 10 seats, it can fit any group.
LinkedIn’s #RockYourProfile Event in Seattle Showcases How to Stand Out in the Crowd
On LinkedIn there are millions of users but not all profiles are created equally. Many are a direct reflection of their resumes, but at a recent pilot event held in Capitol Hill, LinkedIn instructed the crowd to think of their profile as a “living, breathing” way to get a new job, customer, or even volunteer […]
Apply to Attend Seattle Startup Riot on August 24th
Startup Riot is coming to Seattle on August 24th! Startup Riot is an all-day event where twenty five startups will have the opportunity to present 4 slides for 3 minutes to the audience. After each presentation, the judging pannel will have 3 minutes to ask questions. There will be two keynote speakers throughout the day. Noah […]
Seattle – Where’s your "think space"?
One week ago, we sent out a office space survey through Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to find out if we expanded into Seattle where would you like to see thinkspace be located. We got back a lot of responses, more than I expected! The chart shows the results from the question “Location – Where do […]
Virtual office – Seattle attorney Sitlani establishes Redmond presence
David Sitlani, from the Law offices of David Ravi Sitlani, initially toured thinkspace in the midst of the build out, dodging construction workers, looking at blueprints and listening to details of this new sustainable/creative office space in Redmond. Having just started his law practice with the main office in Seattle, he was looking for executive office […]
Seattle-Bellevue area No. 6 on list of smallest carbon footprint
There is an article in the Seattle Times that reviews a study done in 2005 which states Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue is ranked number six as lowest carbon emissions per capita. I’m not sure why the study is three years old and just being released now. The article goes on to state that “Seattle draws its energy primarily […]