Giraffe Labs: New Seattle Co-working Space

Reposted in its entirety from the Seattle Tech Startups mailing list, a notice from Brian Dorsey:

I’d like to announce a new fun cheap co-working space in Pioneer Square:
Giraffe Labs.

It started from our work on Saturday house and Six Hour Startup.
Justin Martenstein pushed the plan forward and we (myself, and Anders
Conbere) signed the lease last Friday for the former home of Jackson
Fish Market at 620 Western. (Thanks Hillel!)

This is however, not your traditional co-working facility, we don’t
have assigned desks and we don’t have conference rooms, or
receptionists. We do have a group of creative, engaging people,
working in a relaxed atmosphere (think couches and tables) at a price
that is hard to beat.

For $100/month, you get power, wireless and a place to work with
creative people nearby.

More info:
http://www.giraffelabs.com/

“Wait, doesn’t Seattle already have My Day Office, Office Nomads and
StartPad?”
Yep, isn’t Seattle great, lots of co-working!

We’ll be at the space from 5-8pm this Thursday. We’d love it if you
came by to check out the space and talk about what we’re trying to do!

Take care,
-Brian

This looks interesting. Some people, including yours truly, need to rub elbows with smart/creative types in order to be fully effective. Others need silence and isolation. If you’re one of the former, you should think about checking this out.

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1 Response to “Giraffe Labs: New Seattle Co-working Space”


  1. 1 Jacob Sayles April 22, 2008 at 9:28 am

    Congrats and welcome to the wonderful world of running a coworking space! I see you are having an open house on the 24th. I’ll be sure to come by and check it out.

    Jacob


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