Welcome to Northwest Sustainability Collaborative

The Northwest Sustainability Collaborative is a fertile home for organizations devoted to sustainability, and an office space for sole proprietors seeking more than just a space to work.

On two floors of a nineteenth-century building, sustainability not-for-profits and for-profits, two foundations, a graphic designer and an architect make home for organizations that make our community stronger and our world more sustainable environmentally and economically.

The Collaborative offers stunningly remodeled space for offices and meeting rooms as well as all the support that make an office comfortable, welcoming and productive. A state-of-the-art printer that rivals off-set quality, a workgroup copier and a high-speed scanner allow those in the office to ignore the technical challenges of working on a shoestring and to focus their energies on making the world better. A comfortable and spacious conference room with a table that seats twelve, a state of the art conference phone that integrates with Skype on a large flat screen TV, and plenty of white-board space make meetings a pleasure. And a high-quality espresso/cappuccino maker, a top-quality kitchen and comfortable break spaces make time away from the desk restorative.

The Collaborative isn’t just about pounding away at the keyboard – it’s also about community.  Brown bag seminars help us share our projects and work through common concerns.  Our community members always seem to have helpful information to exchange and projects to collaborate on, even when in seemingly unrelated fields.  Semi-annual potlucks let us kick back and enjoy each other’s company, and participation in the monthly Art Walk strengthen our connection to the greater Pioneer Square community.


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Back Alley Bike Repair on King5!

Congrats to Ben and the Back Alley team who were recently featured in a spot talking about the great work being done with the alleys in Pioneer Square!

Announcements

Head to Pioneer Square for the monthly First Thursday Art Walk!

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