May 2020

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Some of our tenants provide services that benefit all of our other tenants. One of these is Soul Fitness. Soul Fitness is a full-service fitness club offering personal and group training and state-of-the-art exercise equipment, including cardio equipment, weight machines, and a variety of different kinds of free weights. Their space

We recently welcomed a new tenant to Northwest Work Lofts and are excited about this business’s creative approach to an everyday problem: Loopie is Seattle’s first on-demand mobile laundry delivery solution. Check out the article Geekwire wrote on their journey thus far. Loopie’s solution is to connect people who need their

Businesses aren’t the only tenants to take advantage of Northwest Work Lofts (NWWL). Over the years, our buildings have also been home to many local artists. In fact, this was what originally brought Gene McMahon to NWWL. Gene first visited the property in the 1970s, when she and fellow undergraduates, from the

Kevin Spence is one of Northwest Work Loft’s resident architects, but it wasn’t architecture that originally brought him to the building. Believe it or not, Kevin first stepped foot here as a college student in 1981 when visiting Seattle to attend a preconcert party his friend was hosting. He rediscovered

While we strive to create better workspaces for Seattle businesses, one of our tenants is improving companies’ work environments in a different way: Shyft Technologies. Although it’s still a growing startup, Shyft Technologies is already seeing success with its flagship product Shyft, a mobile workforce management app for today’s mobile-enabled worker.