220 & Change
220 2nd Ave S
Seattle, WA 98104

220 & Change


220 & Change

One roof. Hundreds of changemakers. Countless connections.

220 & Change is a beautiful, historic building – but it is so much more.

It is a living switchboard for the common good.  A dynamic business center and a place where spontaneous connections can happen anywhere – at an event, around the lunch table or passing on the staircase.  It’s a place where changemakers, entrepreneurs, savvy optimists and practical dreamers get great stuff done – right in the middle of thriving and diverse Pioneer Square!

People here are committed to change – whether it’s improving lives, building a sustainable future, or starting the next great venture, and their sleeves are permanently rolled up.

Who’s in the building

220 & Change houses the Impact Hub Seattle, Social Venture Partners, Pinchot, and dozens of other nonprofit organizations and social entrepreneurs.  On any given day there are classes running, people meeting, changemakers working and parties brewing.

Coordinates and transportation

220 & Change is located at 220 Second Avenue South, in Pioneer Square.  There is bike storage in the basement, dozens of bus lines that pass nearby, street and lot parking and an Amtrak Station just a few blocks away.

Building host & administrator

Christina Chase is the first person you’ll see when you come through the doors of 220 & Change.  She’s got the skinny on all that goes on in the building (plus she’s super fun), so be sure to say hi!

What you can do at 220 & Change

Sign up for a coworking membership or rent event space at Impact Hub.  Earn an MBA in Sustainable Business from Pinchot.  Explore what’s beyond philanthropy with Social Venture Partners.  Get to know one of the many great organizations under this roof.  Or — do a little of everything!

Bricks and mortar

Built in 1907, the former Masin’s Furniture Building is an extensively renovated, family owned, 50,000 square foot anchor in the community.  It is classic and industrial – exposed brick and metal, massive wooden beams and pillars – made modern.  It has a sweeping staircase, high ceilings, open spaces and lots of glass connecting those in the building.  Stylish and unpolished.  Kind of like its tenants.