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Monthly memberships allow 24/7 access to our space.
For meeting rooms and day passes, please see our hours of operation.
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1615 L Street Northwest
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I visit or tour the coworking space before making a decision?
In some cases, coworking operators will provide you with a free tour of the space before you can make your decision. By doing so, you can assess the space’s floorplan, the different work areas, the overall amenities, and the quality of the site to see if they match your needs and overall vision. At the same time, some operators have virtual tours that you can take from the comfort of your own home — without having to make an extra trip.
What types of coworking spaces are available?
In Washington, there are various coworking spaces that enable different working arrangements — whether that’s a desk in an open workspace, which is ideal for collaboration, a dedicated desk that will be assigned only to you, or a private office that enables more privacy for both individual workers and teams. Most coworking spaces also have meeting or conference rooms where you can host client meetings, brainstorming sessions or presentations. These are often bookable by the hour.
Are there any pet-friendly coworking spaces in Washington?
In some coworking spaces, pets are more than welcome as they bring an extra dose of joy to the members of the community. If your furry friend needs to accompany you during your workday, make sure to filter your search and choose from the pet-friendly coworking spaces available in Washington. However, if you’re not sure about a location’s policy, you can always reach out directly to the operator to inquire about that.
What should a good coworking space in Washington provide?
A good coworking space should offer all of the essential amenities required to work efficiently and comfortably — like a quick and reliable internet connection, ergonomic furniture, tech equipment and various work or relaxation areas — but also some extra perks, such as printing, copying, and scanning services or complimentary snacks and beverages. Plus, coworking spaces offer various work settings, such as open desk areas and private offices to accommodate workers’ diverse needs. Last, but not least, a solid coworking space community is one of its best qualities. To that end, coworking business owners often cultivate and support a sense of community by organizing networking events to help members connect and socialize.
Do I need a membership to work at a coworking space in Washington?
Memberships are most beneficial and cost-effective for members who frequently use the coworking space and primarily work at a desk. In the long run, this can save you money and grant you access to additional perks and amenities. However, day passes or hourly subscriptions are also available at coworking spaces in Washington, for those who are looking for short-term work arrangements, either to finish an important project, meet clients or conduct presentations. The best thing about coworking memberships, apart from being cost-efficient, is that members who choose to set up shop in a particular location can also be part of the community of professionals operating there. Most coworking operators organize regular get-togethers and events, to help members collaborate and network outside of working hours and make the most out of their membership.
Why Choose Industrious
In business since: 2012
Thoroughly professional and thoughtfully designed, Industrious flexible workspaces support companies of all sizes and stages. Whether your team is centered in one city or spread out around the country, Industrious is there to help move your business forward. And thanks to our flexible terms, it's easy to adapt your space as your business evolves.