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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a membership to work at a coworking space in Washington?
Yes, in some instances, a membership will be required for you to use the space. However, the options are highly flexible and many operators even provide day passes or certain arrangements, like meeting rooms, that are available on an hourly basis. Memberships are generally more cost-effective in the long term and come with extra perks, amenities and services included. Users who opt for a monthly membership, for example, are usually granted access to all the communal areas of the coworking space, the kitchen or the other amenities included in the subscription. One of the biggest perks of coworking memberships is that they enable members from different backgrounds to come together a form a community of professionals, who can grow together, network and participate in various events, generally organized on the premise.
How many coworking spaces are in Washington?
Currently, there are 81 coworking spaces up for grabs in Washington. However, you can always expand your area of search based on your location or according to convenience. In some cases, you can even find coworking spaces in the suburbs or outside of the main business district.
What types of coworking spaces are available?
The majority of coworking spaces in Washington provide different types of working arrangements to suit both individual workers and teams. For instance, if you only need a space for a few days a month, you can opt for a desk in an open workspace or you can choose a dedicated desk if you plan to use it more regularly. Meanwhile, private offices are ideal for smaller teams that require more privacy, while meeting rooms are available in most locations and are equipped to host presentations, brainstorming sessions or client meetings.
Are there any pet-friendly coworking spaces in Washington?
Some coworking spaces have a pet-friendly policy, allowing you to bring your furry friend and keep them close during your workday. To make sure that you see all of the pet-friendly spaces, filter your search by selecting the “pet-friendly” filter when browsing options in Washington. Or, if you’re not completely sure, reach out to the operator to inquire about this policy.
Can I visit or tour the coworking space before making a decision?
In many cases, coworking spaces allow you to take a tour of the location before you fully commit to any type of membership. Some even have virtual tours that you can take from the comfort of your own home. These allow you to view the space, the floorplan, the different types of working arrangements, and the overall design and vibe of the space. This way, you can see if the space matches your needs to make an informed decision.
OSI Office Space
OSI Office Space
Why Choose OSI Office Space
In business since: 1981
The company was initially organized to provide Washington support services for out-of-town attorneys, by C. Jack Pearce. Pearce is an anti-trust attorney who served in the United States Department of Justice and the White House Office of Consumer Affairs , prior to entering private practice. It soon became clear that the support services were useful for Washington Area attorneys as well as attorneys from more outside the area.