Where to find the best office prices in Washington, D.C.

Offering flexible agreements and all-inclusive amenities, WeWork makes it easy to find affordable office space in Washington, D.C. Here’s where to look

Moving your company to Washington, D.C. puts you at the forefront of the nation’s business and political sectors. The city offers unbeatable access to policymakers and key research facilities, as well as a burgeoning tech scene and some of the nation’s most renowned cultural centers.

Setting down roots in the nation’s capital can serve your business well, whether you’re a government contractor, finance specialist, tech entrepreneur, or science researcher—the only issue might be access.

The same way the D.C. locale is attractive to your business, it’s also a draw for your competitors. Finding office space in the city often calls for long-term leases and expensive upfront costs. Then, there are rising rent prices and the cost of office furniture, internet, phone lines, and computer equipment.

Flexible office space solutions at WeWork solve many of these challenges. Our locations come with amenities like comfortable furnishings, onsite staff, printing services, mail handling, and fully stocked kitchens that help your team stay focused on the work that matters.

Plus, our leasing agreements afford you month-to-month flexibility and take the stress out of moving to the city. If you’re looking for affordable office prices in Washington D.C., WeWork is the ticket.

1701 Rhode Island Ave NW

Dupont Circle is a thriving neighborhood just outside Downtown D.C. and a stone’s throw from the White House—perfect for teams working with government agencies or scouting talent from local universities.

Channeling the unique energy of the surrounding streets, WeWork 1701 Rhode Island Avenue is an ideal home for growing teams. It sits between Connecticut Ave and 16th St NW, making it easy for business guests to find. The nearby Red Metro ensures a streamlined commute, and attractions like the National Geographic Museum will entertain both out-of-town clients and current employees.

Set your team up with a dedicated desk or sleek private office right near Dupont Circle and enjoy all-inclusive, flexible leasing agreements in a prime D.C. location.

Metropolitan Square

If you’re looking to build your team in Downtown D.C., WeWork Metropolitan Square is the place to do it. This historic building is well-located for legal, public relations, government services, and education companies. With the trains at the Metro Center and McPherson Square nearby, it’s also ideal for commuters coming from the wider metropolitan area.

WeWork has several floors of office space available in Metropolitan Square suited to small and medium-sized businesses looking for space near the Capitol. There are hot desks and private offices available on a short and long-term basis. But it’s not all work in Downtown D.C.—take a break at the restaurant downstairs, or entertain clients at one of the many iconic bars and restaurants in the area.

WeWork 80 M Street in Washington, D.C.

Universal North

Located at the intersection of Florida Avenue and Connecticut Avenue, WeWork Universal North is ideal if your business often works with partners or clients from out of town. Sitting on one of the major thoroughfares leading into Downtown D.C.—and surrounded by upscale hotels and restaurants—this location puts you (and your clients) right in the action.

WeWork occupies several floors at the top of this modern building, offering great skyline views and an abundance of refreshing natural light. The best part of this listing, though, is its relatively low costs considering such a central location. Home to nonprofits, NGOs, and technology startups, inspiration comes easy at Universal North.

Wonder Bread Factory

What was once one of the city’s largest bakeries is now a thriving office space that’s home to various small businesses—here you’ll find tech startups alongside catering services and creative agencies. Converted warehouses aside, this vibrant neighborhood also offers restaurants, produce markets, and a range of happy hour spots; Shaw-Howard University Station is also a short walk away.

WeWork Wonder Bread Factory is well-suited to freelancers and small business startups. The location is great for government contractors as well as commercial services, thanks to nearby transit options and the residential neighborhood.

WeWork The Apollo in Washington, D.C.

The Apollo

Centrally located on the H Street Corridor, WeWork The Apollo is just four blocks from Union Station—giving your team easy access to a range of bus and train services. The convenience doesn’t stop there: This workspace sits over a grocery store and is surrounded by restaurants and nightlife.

WeWork The Apollo is one of the more affordable office locations in Washington, D.C. for startups, freelancers, and established companies looking for an extension office. Find a hot desk, dedicated desk, or private office, and let us take care of the rest.

80 M St SE

At the center of a bustling commercial district and home to tourist services, sports events, and government agencies, WeWork 80 M Street SE offers convenience, community, and flexibility. In a modern glass office space, with amenities catering to teams of all sizes, this location puts your team close to public transportation and Nationals Park, home to Washington’s Major League Baseball team.

Government contractors, commercial enterprises, and tech startups are at home in this neighborhood, and the frequent festivities at the stadium and Navy Yard make it an easy transition from work to play. If you’re looking for space to expand and all-inclusive amenities, WeWork 80 M Street is the place to be.

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