Metro Offices has eight locations in the DMV (Washington, D.C.; Maryland; and Virginia) area. This particular location on the seventh floor of the Metro Center is just two blocks from The White House; offers incredible views of Washington, D.C.; and provides desirable perks and amenities to its more than 1,000 members, from solopreneurs to government contractors.
Additionally, this Metro Offices location boasts private offices that are turn-key ready and can accommodate up to 10 people. The desks are also large to allow team members to spread out, and the ergonomic chairs are high-end and brand-name, providing both comfort and sophistication. Although fully furnished, private offices are also customizable. This allows businesses to put their own spin on their office design from furniture to wall art, as well as to grow and downsize as their needs demand.
Alternatively, dedicated desks are available for members who don’t require a private office space. Metro Center also has several relaxing lounge areas where members can work, as well as play. These include a Scotch bar, a community café, which provides specialty coffee, tea and water, a skylight atrium and a spectacular rooftop terrace that features views of the Washington Monument.
Meanwhile, all members can use Metro Offices’ fast, secure Wi-Fi and print center, on top of 24/7 building access. Alternatively, virtual members here are provided with a prestigious business address, mail and package services and phone services with live receptionists. Virtual members can also take advantage of remote technical support to ensure that they and their teams have reliable connectivity — both at home or while traveling.
Furthermore, with an on-site or virtual office, Metro Offices’ fully outfitted meeting and training rooms are available across all membership tiers. Specifically, meeting rooms come in various sizes to accommodate up to 15 people; are prepped for phone conferencing; and have flat screens that are ready for screen casting across several services, including Chromecast and Apple. Metro Offices’ outstanding staff can also help arrange beverage services, catering, and other needs to ensure meetings, interviews and conferences go off without a hitch. Like the meeting rooms, the training rooms are modular and come with the same services and technology. They can seat up to 30 people.
Directly connected to the D.C. metro system, Metro Offices at the Metro Center is easy to get to via public transportation. The MetroBus and the Capitol Bikeshare are nearby, and covered or street parking is available for members who prefer to drive their personal vehicles. Finally, many top restaurants and retailers are also in the area.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a membership to work at a coworking space in Washington?
Generally, a coworking membership can be cost-effective for those who primarily work at a desk. However, if you only need occasional and short-term access to a coworking space, consider day passes or hourly subscriptions available at several coworking spaces in Washington.?Memberships are normally best-suited for long-term users as they are more affordable than hourly or daily subscriptions and they cater to varying needs. Additionally, many coworking spaces offer added benefits such as networking events, access to gyms, and other amenities, enhancing the overall coworking experience and fostering a vibrant and supportive community.
Can I book a coworking space by the hour? How about for a day/month?
Yes, most coworking spaces in Washington offer flexible booking options. However, while monthly rates are commonly available, not all operators offer daily bookings. Hourly rates are typically reserved for meeting rooms and are less commonly used for general workspace access.
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.
What should a good coworking space in Washington provide?
A good coworking space should provide all of the basic amenities needed to get work done — like fast and reliable Wi-Fi, ergonomic furniture and different types of work or relaxing areas — but also extra features, such as printing, copying and scanning services or complimentary beverages or even snacks. Aside from these, coworking spaces provide different work arrangements that suit the varying needs of workers, from open desk areas to private offices. Notably, one of the most beneficial traits of a good coworking space is its community. In most cases, coworking operators foster and nurture a sense of community by allowing different workers from various backgrounds to come together and participate in exciting and fun activities, events and gatherings outside of working hours.
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.
Why Choose METRO OFFICES
In business since: 1989
Woman-owned and locally focused, Metro Offices has been a catalyst for workspace innovation since 1989.