When Impact Hub Seattle first opened the doors to our proto-space – a single large room on the 4th floor of another historic Pioneer Square building, we were one of the only coworking spaces in town. Now, with a growing population of freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups – it is expected that nearly 14,000 spaces will be up in running by the end of 2018. With this in mind, The Stranger‘s (Seattle’s alternative weekly newspaper) staff writer Amber Cortes went out to visit five of the larger coworking spaces in the city – The Riveter, WeWork, Makers, Office Nomads – and Impact Hub. Here’s what she had to say – click here for the full article.
While we’re sorry we didn’t offer a dish-free environment on the day of Amber’s visit, we appreciate the nod to some of the things that make Impact Hub unique: our commitment to serving fair trade, organic coffee from Equal Exchange in all the kitchens, the opportunity to visit other Impact Hubs across the globe, and the unique companies and organizations who have made Impact Hub the home for their business.
Whether you call it social impact or social justice, there is something for everyone at Impact Hub. Your first visit is free – come by and check us out!