1701 Rhode Island Ave NW

1701 Rhode Island Avenue Northwest
          Washington, DC 20036

3.9 | 4 reviews

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Available workspace

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Keep in mind: To professional distance, we encourage you to look for space that fits twice the amount of people that you’re trying to seat.

Amenities

Updated with your health and safety in mind

  • Enhanced cleaning services
  • Touch-free dispensers
  • Enhanced HVAC standards
  • Parking
  • Dog friendly
  • Outdoor space
  • Bike storage
  • Mother's room

Creating a healthier workplace

In response to COVID-19, we are enhancing our health and safety standards for your peace of mind.

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Increased sanitisation

We’re carrying out more intensive and frequent cleaning to protect the well-being of our members and employees.

Prioritising personal space

We’ve adjusted seat spacing in shared areas and workstations so you can continue day-to-day operations, while maintaining a healthy physical distance.

Behavioural signage

We’ve installed strategically placed signage as friendly reminders on how and when to professionally distance and practise cleaning habits.

Sanitisation equipment

We’re providing our locations with new materials and equipment so our community can keep spaces healthy and clean.

Improved HVAC

We’re maximising outside air use, extending the HVAC schedules when possible, and partnering with landlords to follow CDC and ASHRAE air quality guidelines.

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Increased sanitisation
We’re carrying out more intensive and frequent cleaning to protect the well-being of our members and employees.
Prioritising personal space
We’ve adjusted seat spacing in shared areas and workstations so you can continue day-to-day operations, while maintaining a healthy physical distance.
Behavioural signage
We’ve installed strategically placed signage as friendly reminders on how and when to professionally distance and practise cleaning habits.
Sanitisation equipment
We’re providing our locations with new materials and equipment so our community can keep spaces healthy and clean.
Improved HVAC
We’re maximising outside air use, extending the HVAC schedules when possible, and partnering with landlords to follow CDC and ASHRAE air quality guidelines.
Learn More

Location

1701 Rhode Island Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20036
  • Lot 372 - Resources & Conservation Center (3 blocks away)
  • I-29 (3 blocks away)
  • 42, 43, L2, N2, N4, N6 at Connecticut Ave NW & 18th St NW (2 blocks away)
  • Capital Bikeshare - Rhode Island & Connecticut Ave NW (1 block away)

Events

Whether you’re seeking knowledge, inspiration or just a good time, there’s always something worthwhile happening here. Check out our latest events:

  • Wellness Wednesday

Finding Office Space in Dupont Circle

Our Dupont Circle office space reflects the buzzing energy of the surrounding streets. The entire eight-story building is dedicated to WeWork, giving professionals of every stripe space to collaborate and innovate—whether it’s inside the walls of your own private office or at a shared workspace in the center of the action. Connect over coffee in our bright and airy lounges; meet with clients in... Read more Our Dupont Circle office space reflects the buzzing energy of the surrounding streets. The entire eight-story building is dedicated to WeWork, giving professionals of every stripe space to collaborate and innovate—whether it’s inside the walls of your own private office or at a shared workspace in the center of the action. Connect over coffee in our bright and airy lounges; meet with clients in our art-filled conference rooms. Commuting is a breeze with the Red Metro Line nearby, and nearly a dozen buses within walking distance. Surrounded by embassies, museums, and a flourishing dining scene to boot, it’s easy to stay engaged at our Dupont Circle coworking space. Schedule a visit today.

What people are saying

3.9 | 4 Google reviews

Michael Flores
23 June 2021
Plenty of open desk spaces. Could probably use a few more phone booths. Standard WeWork overall.
Willie Hicks
August 24, 2020
Never been inside, I was driving by and stopped at a red light and I just thought the building was absolutely gorgeous...
Caroline Carter
March 5, 2021
Really bad experience at this WeWork location. Had been harassed several times by two men for not putting my mask on in between sipping my water, coffee, or consuming a snack, despite being over 6 ft away from all other people and them n... Read more Really bad experience at this WeWork location. Had been harassed several times by two men for not putting my mask on in between sipping my water, coffee, or consuming a snack, despite being over 6 ft away from all other people and them never saying a word to others doing the same. By their standards you aren't allowed to eat or drink there, ever. That or they think it's appropriate to intimidate women. Sad these people only derive a sense of power or sense of self worth from yelling at WeWork members every five minutes. I expected more professionalism from WeWork staff.
Nicolas A. Canales
17 May 2020
It is said that during difficult times, we get to see the true colors in people and businesses. During our current Covid-19 health crisis, while I have not been able to commute to my space because of the Government of the District of Col... Read more It is said that during difficult times, we get to see the true colors in people and businesses. During our current Covid-19 health crisis, while I have not been able to commute to my space because of the Government of the District of Columbia's Stay-at-Home Order, WeWork has only cared about ensuring that it collects its membership fees while continuing to suppress membership services. Furthermore, WeWork has explicitly told me that it plans to continue charging its membership fees for the whole duration of the government's Order no matter how long it lasts. Facing the impact that the virus was already having on my sales, I requested WeWork to place my 2-year membership agreement “on hold” without penalties for the duration of the Order. WeWork did not accept my request despite the fact that I made this request several times to different employees in WeWork's hierarchy. I was not asking for a loan. I was not asking for financing. I was just asking them to put my membership on hold so that it could resume after the order expired, extending my term correspondingly so that WeWork still got the money that it was so eager to receive. Now WeWork has charged my card for the full amount of April and May without my consent. WeWork misled me into signing a 2-year contract when one of its sales representatives offered me a discount for early registration and then only granted it to me if I signed a 2-year agreement, a condition that was never mentioned before. It is worth mentioning that I communicated my interest in joining its building 5 months before the building was even finished. If this is not an early registration, I do not know what is. Even though my account was set on autopay (WeWork would be charging my credit card monthly) I had to send WeWork an email every month to remind them to charge my card as an internal glitch prevented it from charging my card automatically. It was only upon my insistence that WeWork finally fixed its glitch months after the issue first arose. But of course, none of what I did to help is now being reciprocated. WeWork invited me once to a brainstorming session saying that it wanted to hear my opinion regarding how to improve my member's experience. I felt excited and even worked on a list of ideas to share with them. The disappointment continued of course as when the day arrived the representative did not even show up. In a two-faced manner WeWork approached me offering its help to cope with the crisis but when I actually asked WeWork to put my account on hold WeWork did not listen, did not show the flexibility that it claims to have and only offered me a few pre-packed options to pay them in full whether I could access the building or not. WeWork captivated me at first. Then I started seeing things change. As winter came and the heating system was not able to keep a constant temperature across the different spaces, my neighbors in offices close to windows froze while I overheated in my internal office. My beautiful office became useless when despite having my door closed I could not concentrate while hearing entire conversations and laughs coming from other members' offices far away. The promised phone booths never arrived. The memorable networking events offered turned into 5-minute gatherings in which people showed up, got the free popcorn that they could still get and left back to eat them in their offices.
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