In The Press

In The Press2020-06-16T17:16:36+00:00

TractionSpace and Pierce Transit Create New Remote Work Option for Commuters

March 2nd, 2020|

PIERCE TRANSIT

“(TACOMA, WA) – Each day 153,000 people commute out of Pierce County. Of those, 78 percent are single-occupant vehicle commuters and 14 percent have a greater than one-hour commute, according to University of Washington Tacoma School of Urban Studies”… Read the full article here.

Seeding the South Sound by John Stearns

February 20th, 2020|

SOUTH SOUND BUSINESS

“As the area’s tech startup scene continues to develop, resources also abound for entrepreneurs of all stripes.

If an estimated 100,000 people a day commute from Pierce County to King County for their high-paying software development, aerospace, and management jobs, mostly in the technology sector, think of the economic impact that would result if 10 percent could work where they live.” … Read the full article here.

New Tacoma Coworking Space Celebrates Grand Opening by Madeleine Porter

January 30th, 2020|

SOUTH SOUND BUSINESS

“TractionSpace, a new coworking space located in Tacoma’s downtown Theater District, celebrated its grand opening on Wednesday, Jan. 29.

This business is the latest addition to Tacoma’s coworking community, offering local companies, entrepreneurs, and freelancers the resources of a Fortune 500 by bringing various on-site amenities to a shared office space.” … Read the full article here.

New coworking space enters Tacoma and brings another vintage building back online by Debbie Cockrell

January 15th, 2020|

TACOMA NEWS TRIBUNE

“There’s a new coworking space on the scene in Tacoma, and the competition for onsite amenities is heating up.

TractionSpace, 748 Market St. in Tacoma, opened Jan. 7 in a refurbished art deco-style building, reviving a site that’s been home to various ventures through the decades.

It first was home to Tacoma’s Azure Swimming Pool and later served as the Tacoma Longshoremen’s Union Hall. After that, the B and B Glass company took up residence, then restaurants and stores. It also has its own off-street parking with an eight-stall lot.” … Read the full article here.

TractionSpace Brings New Coworking Option to Tacoma by Joanna Kresge

January 13th, 2020|

SOUTH SOUND BUSINESS MAGAZINE

“Tacoma soon will welcome TractionSpace, a coworking office space option for area businesses, entrepreneurs, telecommuters, and freelancers.

Located in Azure Pool building in Tacoma’s Theater District, TractionSpace will provide individuals and small businesses many diverse workspace configurations in its more than 15,000-square-foot office space spanning four floors.” … Read the full article here.

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