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What is The Collective?

A brand new urban basecamp for the mind, body and soul. A vibrant, Members-only community in the heart of South Lake Union that merges dynamic space, active Members, neat programs and craveable food + beverage offerings.


At The Collective, Bouldering, food, drink, art, music, tech-free Hammock Garden and collaborative zones create a space for comfort and community, positive impact, creative collisions and peak experiences.


We are a diverse community of Members who thrive on adventure, shared ideas and purpose. We believe that genuine

relationships and social capital can be built around the common goal of improving our world. 


Where is The Collective?

The Bristol Myers Squibb Building - Entry via the front doors on Dexter Ave N.
400 Dexter Ave N / Seattle / 98109

Heart of South Lake Union / Steps off Dexter Ave North / 15,000 Sq. Ft. Ground Floor Basecamp

47° 36’ 28.8468” N  /  122° 20’ 6.6012” W

How do I get there?

The Collective is located less than a mile from I-5 , on the corner of Harrison & Dexter.

The 62 bus line stops directly in front of the building and we have covered bike parking available.

Where should I park?

Street parking is free after 6PM Monday - Saturday and Sunday. The hourly rate throughout the day is $1.69/hour.

We also have parking in the building that you can access by turning off of Harrison, and entering the alley behind The Collective. Unfortunately, the parking in the building is run by a third party, so we do not validate. 

How much does it cost to join The Collective?

We're currently enrolling for Basecamp membership: $170/month (month-to-month). Contact us for more details or a tour.

Is my partner/spouse included on my membership?

Yes, a Basecamp membership at $170/month will include your partner/spouse, granting them full membership privileges as well!

I hear the Columbia Tower Club is part of the same Club network, is this something I can access?

You heard right! CTC is our sister Club here in Seattle, and we're excited to announce a new membership option that gives you access to both. X- life membership is $250/month (month-to-month). 

Contact: for more details or a tour.

What if I want to have an event at The Collective?

Reach out and talk to our team, we have a solid variety of options and a few tricks up our sleeve to help you host!

For private events, email: 

For member experience events, email:

How do I cancel my membership?

We totally get that life happens. We ask for a 30-day written notice for resignation. Email

What are some of the house rules? 

Kids allowed? Sure, just not in the bar or the bouldering area. We find kids are most excited about kid-specific programs, rather than just hanging around the basecamp (stay tuned for programming calendar)!

Pets allowed? Love them, but sadly, The Collective is not conducive to those with four legs (or wings). The patio is open to

friendly pups.

Is there a dress code? All bow ties, all the time. Or not. You are welcome to come as you are. While you do have to wear

clothes, be comfortable, be you.

Dining reservations needed? Nope. But this is an extension of your living room, and we always welcome you to call us with special requests/questions.

Guests allowed? Not just allowed, but welcomed and invited! Members may bring along groups up to five. Please let us know if

you'd like to entertain a larger group. Frequent guests like your BFF, adventure sidekick, or co-worker (i.e. those coming in more than one day per week) will be asked to get their own Membership.

What is the difference between a clubhouse and a basecamp?

We think words are important. While a traditional clubhouse is a great place to relax and connect, a basecamp is a launchpad for adventure. It’s a place to circle the wagons, regroup and gear up for whatever the path may be, and wherever it may lead. Share a pint with mates as you plot your next adventure. Meditate in the hammock garden to unwind from the workday chaos.

Push your body to climb higher!

What does The Collective basecamp offer? 

The Collective is anchored by two main areas – a day + night bar, coined High Tide, and a refuge from

the hectic urban life, named Alpenglow.


High Tide includes productivity spaces for your workflow, music bungalows, a stage, counter and table service dining,

ping-pong, board games and endless excuses to interact and collaborate.


Alpenglow is home to the Member lounge, workspace, Studio, the Campfire Circle, the tech-free Hammock Garden,

a boutique Bouldering area, and spa-inspired showers and day use lockers.


The spaces are bridged by Crest Coffee Bar, a vibrant coffee shop open to the public, offering amazing items on the fly. The Bulkhead is a to-go window designed to provide the neighborhood with a few re-charging bites offered throughout the day.


What does The Collective offer besides access to the basecamp itself?

The Collective basecamp is merely bricks + mortar, whereas the community it houses is so much larger and more significant.

The Collective is a dynamic group of thinkers, artists, creators and doers. The diverse membership is supported by Member-led Circles and a robust programming calendar featuring countless ways to connect.


What are The Collective's Circles all about?

Diversity. Passion. Connectivity. The Collective was designed to connect diverse and unique individuals around our shared passions. These passions are represented by Member-led Circles, and these drive our robust programming calendar: 

  • Social Impact

  • Great Outdoors

  • Foodies

  • Music

  • Wellness

  • Art

  • Learning

  • Family

  • Tech


What are some programs on the calendar?

The calendar offers 15+ programs a month, ranging from intimate conversation groups for the intellects, jam sessions for the musically motivated, to fancy parties for the socialites. Beer tastings, TED-esque discussions, bouldering breaks, acoustic sets, photography classes, art shows, sunrise yoga, codefests, social impact outings, music lessons, ping-pong tournaments. . . the list goes on. We can’t wait to throw you into the mix!


How much do these programs cost?
From $FREE.99 to maybe a bit more, the price of these programs will vary. For example, if we hire a badass yoga teacher, you may have to pay for the class. If a Circle hosts a book club, it’s probably free. The goal for these programs is to provide unique offerings and create a community inside (and sometimes outside) the walls of your basecamp. Every program is designed to be of value.


What are the hours?

Monday: 9am-5pm

Tuesday - Friday: 9am - 7pm

(Monday-Friday soft-open at 8:30am for those eager to laptop early)

Saturday-Sunday: Open for select member experiences


The Collective's hours will evolve as we see when Members are most excited to hang out.

Food + Drink available?

Great food and drink, as a matter of fact. Coffee, juice, kombucha, wine, beer and spirits too, all offered at a fair price. Whether

you fancy a quick work lunch, shared plates, an eclectic dinner out or anything in between, food + drink are at your fingertips

morning, noon and night at The Collective. We strive for local and sustainable; much respect to our farmers and producers.

Be on the lookout for posh toasts, breakfast burritos and Insta-worthy desserts. 

May I get food to go?


Crest Coffee Bar: Pre-packaged eats, ready to refuel your life on the go.

High Tide: Menu items are prepared for your daily hustle. Order to go as often as you like.

Do you have gift cards?

Yes, we do! A gift card to The Collective is an easy way to give your loved ones desired change of scenery, access to community, wellness, great food, engaging programming, and so much more! You have the choice of gifting preferred dollar amount toward food and beverage*, or getting someone launched with membership. Get one here!

*Recipient of a gift card for food and beverage must be enrolled in membership.

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