Welcome to ALX Community, DC’s new home of co-working and collaboration. Our space is a flawlessly designed shared office community, located in the heart of Old Town, Alexandria, and is perfect for DC area working professionals. Our members include entrepreneurs, small businesses, freelancers, financial professionals and non-profit organizations.Located next to the Potomac river and just steps away from historic King Street in the heart of Old Town Alexandria, this unique, multi-story building was built for collaboration and includes a beautiful dog-friendly co-working space, plenty of meeting rooms, a patio on the Waterfront Promenade, and Alexandria’s first dedicated Conference Center. We have flexible plans to accommodate any busy professional or company regardless of size or need. We’d love to show you around! Whether you need a place to work for the day, month, or a year- we have you covered. Our flexible membership plans allow you and your team to achieve your best.
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Community Cocktails – Feb. Member Yappie Hour!
February 28, 2019 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
ALX Community Members!
For the month of February, we’re turning our Happy Hour into a Yappie Hour!
You are encourged to bring two human friends of your choice (contact your Community Manager for the RSVP code), and of course -a pup! If your K9 guest is not a regular at ALX Community, we ask that you carefully read the dog policy before bringing them to ensure a friendly & safe Yappie Hour! Keep in mind that dogs must enter & exit through the Ramsey Alley entrances.
There will be pets & sips and a pop-up booth with Maribeth Decker from Sacred Grove! You’re invited to bring your dog or a picture of you animal, and she’ll do a 10-15 minutes personal session with each person who’d like to participate!
More On the Special Guest:
Dogs brought Maribeth to her “soul purpose.” And now Maribeth works with animals to help them become better family members through intuitive communication and energy healing.
She helps behavioral issues improve, helps people tell their animals when the family routine is going to change and she helps people and their animals move gracefully through end-of-life transitions.