Office Space in Washington DC

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0ffice Spaces in the USA

The United States of America is undoubtedly the most popular country for office space on the planet. With a tech hub in San Francisco and the commerce capital of New York City as just two of the many large and growing cities, the concept of 0ffice spaces in the USA has taken off in this country faster than many others. This is particularly true among entrepreneurs and self-employed people, who are increasing in numbers here by the day. In many U.S. cities, inner city office space is very expensive, leading smaller businesses and startups to seek out alternative options, including shared office space near them.

History of Office Space in the USA

The USA is often hailed as hosting the first-ever official coworking space in the world, the Spiral Muse collective in San Francisco’s Mission district. Although that particular cowork space was slow to catch on and closed shortly after, the second iteration, dubbed The Hat Factory took off and started to popularize the concept of coworking in the USA. With the most coworking spaces of any other country in the world, the USA is a clear leader in the industry as a whole.

Find Shared Office Space in the USA

Although the types of 0ffice space depend greatly on the city, the most popular shared office spaces in the USA focus on convenient or transit-centered locations, business efficiency (the higher the Wi-Fi speed, the better) and fun extra perks such as ping pong and relaxation zones. Narrow down your search for 0ffice spaces in the USA by a variety of features, including price, location, industry, accessibility, and preferred amenities. Coworker makes finding your most ideal office spaces across the USA much simpler, thanks to a variety of filters that include everything from seating selection, to meeting room capacity, to catering options and more.

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Here are the best co-working spaces for working in and around Washington, D.C.

Whether you need a permanent co-working office or a short-term spot to get catch up on email or conduct a meeting, there’s no shortage of options in and around Washington, D.C. From big names such as WeWork to smaller, independent options, you’ll find co-working spaces in most of the major neighborhoods in the District proper. There are also several great spaces in nearby regions that tend to attract contractors, such as the Courthouse area in Arlington, and Crystal City, which isn’t far from The Pentagon and very close to Reagan National Airport. Many co-working spaces in D.C. require a membership, which isn’t ideal if you simply need a clean and quiet office room for an hour or a day while traveling. Renting a conference room in a hotel is the standard option, but it’s not always the most convenient or economic solution. Breather may be a better bet. Breather is a service (and app) that offers business rooms on demand in eight cities in North America, plus London in the U.K. You find a room in the app, reserve the space, and check-in with your phone. Upon check-in, the app gives you the keycode to open the door, and a reminder pops up on your phone when it’s time to checkout. It’s simple and convenient, and in my experience, the spaces are professional, clean, and quiet

  • WeWork has locations all over the D.C. area, but the location near the Shaw-Howard University Metro Station steals hearts for its outstanding interior design. The name comes from the space’s previous life as a bread factory.

  • Smack dab between Dupont Circle and Farragut North Metro Stations, this Breather space has a superbly convenient location, as well as a low cost for individual use or small group meetings. The boardroom table can comfortably seat six people, and the space can accommodate larger groups by adding an adjacent workroom with break-out nooks to your reservation.

  • Not just a co-working space, The Hive 2.0 encourages entrepreneurship. It’s a great option for people who need a long-term space rather than a casual drop-in, and offers a wealth of on-site services for professionals, including creative types.

  • The coffee shops are either too noisy or don’t offer Wi-Fi, and office space is crowded out by retail, but at least there’s Carr Workplaces. Located right on the historic C&O Canal, it’s a particularly good co-working office if you need a space with impressive views.

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