There’s a certain point where working in coffee shops or a garage just doesn’t cut it anymore. That’s where coworking spaces come in.
Nowadays, the nation’s capital has more options than ever before for flexible working. In 2015, there were approximately 50 coworking locations in D.C. In 2016, that number increased to more than 70, and it continues to grow.
To help the working people find spaces that don’t just work well, but look great, Curbed put together this map. With some of these spaces, expect amenities like fitness centers and complimentary coffee and tea. With all of them, anticipate well designed offices and meeting rooms.
The mapped points have been listed geographically, from the most northwest to the most southeast.
Co-working space ALX Community recently opened in Old Town. Find conference rooms, private offices, desks with day rates, bike storage, and a communal lounge — and ALX Community is dog-friendly too. It’s located on the second floor of the new Founders Hall, which is outfitted on its first floor with Vikriya Lab yoga studio and a South Block outpost with juice and healthy snacks. >