Whether you’re starting a small business, freelancing in the tech industry, contracting on the Hill, or running a nonprofit or lobbying firm, growing your business in Washington, D.C. puts you on a trajectory to success.
The only issue? Finding office space with the flexibility you need to thrive.
In a densely populated market like D.C., competition for office space can be fierce—and securing a lease often calls for long-term commitments and high upfront costs. Workspace solutions like WeWork offer the flexibility you’re looking for—while also serving as a draw for new talent. Monthly agreements make it easy to expand or shift operations as needed, while all-inclusive amenities help you settle in hassle-free.
From Arlington and Tysons to Metropolitan Square, WeWork’s shared offices in the D.C. area are modern, conveniently located, and amenity-rich. Every WeWork site offers a unique design, but hallmark amenities like high-speed internet, onsite staff, stocked printers, and agile workstations are the same at every location.
Click here for the full Washington, D.C. city guide. And take a peek at our top Washington, D.C. coworking spaces. Those who want to try out a space before committing to a monthly membership can do so in many D.C. coworking spaces through the WeWork On Demand app.
With modern amenities and eclectic design, WeWork 1201 Wilson Blvd is primed for future growth. Between federal offices and publishing houses, this area is brimming with young professionals hungry for success.
Easy access to the restaurants in Georgetown and the local happy hour spots makes socializing simple. If you need to build up your staff, you’ll have access to talent at this iconic location—and our creative workspace helps seal the deal. This workspace is available to book for just $29 a day (or starting at $10 an hour for a meeting room) using the WeWork On Demand app.
WeWork Metropolitan Square
Close to the White House and Treasury Department, WeWork Metropolitan Square is where you want to be if politics is your forte. With features like a refreshing green wall and bright, comfortable furniture, this office space is designed to keep your team motivated and moving forward.
You’ll have access to conference rooms if you need to meet with clients, as well as outdoor spaces for moments in the fresh air. Downstairs, you’ll find Old Ebbitt Grill—the perfect destination for networking dinners. This workspace is available to book for just $29 a day (or starting at $10 an hour for a meeting room) using the WeWork On Demand app.
Immaculate and cutting-edge, WeWork The Apollo is home to a vibrant community of creatives—ideal if you’re trying to break into the industry. An onsite events space is perfect for showcasing your latest work, while monthly community events are prime networking opportunities.
It’s not all work, however. The thriving community spills out into the surrounding streets. The annual H Street Festival offers the latest in music and art, while an abundance of restaurants and cocktail bars helps spur connection. This workspace is available to book for just $29 a day (or starting at $10 an hour for a meeting room) using the WeWork On Demand app.
WeWork Tysons Corner
Surround your team with the headquarters of giant corporations and some of the best shopping in D.C. at this Tysons Corner office space. At the center of Downtown, WeWork 1775 Tysons Blvd provides the amenities and the community you need to succeed.
Striking views of the city are a winning backdrop for meeting clients, while soundproofed phone booths and offices provide the privacy your team needs. After work, head to the steakhouse next door for dinner with a business partner, or hit up the nearby mall for some retail therapy. This workspace is available to book for just $29 a day (or starting at $10 an hour for a meeting room) using the WeWork On Demand app.
WeWork K Street
Comprising two productivity-fueling floors, our K Street location will help get your business off the ground—especially if you’re looking for the backing of people in politics.
Working on K Street means that you’ll be in a powerful area of the city, one that will help you connect with people who have the means to support your nonprofit or add fuel to your lobbying proposal. Hip and modern, WeWork 1875 K Street NW is a hub of innovation in a powerful location. This workspace is available to book for just $29 a day (or starting at $10 an hour for a meeting room) using the WeWork On Demand app.
WeWork Crystal City
Located in D.C.’s tech sector, WeWork 221 S Clark St surrounds your team with innovation and entrepreneurs. Network with others and expand your reach from this location—our frequent community events help with the introductions.
Between custom décor and plush seating, new ideas flow freely at our Crystal City workspace. Plus, close proximity to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport makes branching out a breeze.
Crystal City is also a WeLive location, offering fully furnished apartments with flexible terms. Clients and employees from other locations can stay for a few days to a few months, and enjoy access to world-class amenities to make them feel right at home. This workspace is available to book for just $29 a day (or starting at $10 an hour for a meeting room) using the WeWork On Demand app.
WeWork M Street
Young and fresh, WeWork 80 M St SE helps spur productivity and collaboration in growing teams and people who are self-employed. Home to hardworking professionals, with easy access to Capitol Hill and surrounding PR and lobbying firms, this location drives you to work harder and smarter. Plus, the light-filled spaces and lush indoor greenery keep you feeling fresh. This workspace is available to book for just $29 a day (or starting at $10 an hour for a meeting room) using the WeWork On Demand app.
While there are many benefits, coworking spaces are primarily a great way to meet potential collaborators and work on your own terms—and WeWork exists to help you and your company succeed. With sites in the city’s most popular areas, you’ll have the option of working in one that’s convenient for you.
Growing from a few to a few hundred employees takes strategy and the right space.