Commercial Offices

  • Commercial Offices and Suites

    The Title and Commerce Buildings are among many remarkable public and private structures built by Robert A. Long during his 1923 founding of Longview.

    High speed Internet, both WiFi and Ethernet, are available in each office. All offices have 9-foot ceilings with original windows that overlook the tree-lined downtown neighborhood.

    Public events and classes are held in the community rooms of the Title Building which draw visitors to the Working Art Center.

    Working Art Center
    Community Room #202
  • Offices and Suites

    Top floor views overlook Commerce Avenue and Hudson Street.

    Connecting doors allow for single or multiple offices and foster informal collaboration. The Working Art Center walk ups feature free parking on the street and in four public parking lots within one block. Extended parking permits are available from $15 per month. Office rent includes electric, heat, water, sewer and garbage.

    Downtown Longview is home to 250+ individual businesses.

    Further Information -
    360. 636.0712 or 360.200.5840

    Working Art Center

    Community room set up for art workshop on making icons.

  • Talks, classes and gatherings ...

    The Working Art Center features two community rooms (202 and 202a) for gatherings and events, private and public. These community rooms have provided space for talks, classes, meetings and celebrations.

    Working Art Center
    The photo above is Room 202A overlooking Commerce Avenue and Hudson Street.
  • Connecting Doors for Suites

    Through the door on the right you enter Room 202A. These are community rooms are available for gatherings, classes and presentations. Events can be scheduled by calling 360.636.0712
    Monday - Friday 10am - 5:30pm
    Saturdays 10am - 3pm

    Across Commerce Avenue at Hudson
    Community Room 202 - all offices have high speed Internet, phone and 27-channel television connections, electric wall heaters and attractive ceiling light fixtures..
  • Floor Plan for Working Art Center Offices & Suites

    The floor plan to the right shows offices which can be configured as suites, plus the two community rooms available for larger events. Rooms 203, 205, 206 and 207 overlook Hudson Street and feature north light, perfect for art. One of these rooms has sound proofing, perfect for studio, music and sound work.

    Rooms 215 and adjacent/connecting Room 216 are large south facing offices.

    Across Commerce Avenue at Hudson
  • Available Offices and Suites

    Affordable commercial space in a community of entrepreneurs, artists, and artisans boasts high speed Internet and all utilities are provided for one low cost. Heat and electric are included, everything you need to concentrate on your venture.

    Rooms 205 and 207 have been divided as shown on the floor plan at right.

    Room 206 has been sound proofed making it ideal for a music and sound studio.

    Floor Plan for Rooms 205 - 207
    Office Rooms 203, 205, 206 and 207
  • South Facing Rooms 215 & 216

    There are two entrances to Room 215, one conveniently by the main entrance. Rooms 215 and 216 are among the most spacious and are connecting.

    Floor Plans for Rooms 203, 205, 206 and 207
  • Art Touches Offer Style and Grace

    The photo at right is of the hall and entrance between the commercial and residential space in the Working Art Center adorned by this metal sculpture.

    Ron Kosloske at entrance
    Ron Kosloski exits from the Working Art Center above
  • Bathrooms: historic look, functional operation

    Attention has been paid to historic detail while bringing services up to date. The steam radiator pictured at right is decorative. Heat is all electric for your convenience.

    Working Art Center remodeled bathrooms
    Bathrooms have been renovated with historical accuracy.