More Washington, D.C., workers have returned to the office this spring than at any other point during the pandemic. That’s good news for the District’s downtown area, which, like many cities across the country, has keenly felt the absence of its workers—and their dollars. For businesses looking for central meeting places for growing teams, WeWork has flexible, customizable workspace solutions that can make your hybrid dreams an easy reality.
Now might be the best time for Washington, D.C., businesses to start implementing a hybrid work option. Not only does bringing employees back to a workplace increase innovation and collaboration within your organization, but it also contributes to the economic and social health of the city.
The city’s total number of business establishments increased, indicating a strong business economy. From 2019 to 2020, D.C. saw an 8 percent increase in business applications from entrepreneurs with a high likelihood of becoming a business with a payroll. By June 2021, those same applications were up by 37 percent compared to June 2019.
Whether you’re a brand-new D.C. business or an established one, or you’re considering an expansion into the city, WeWork can help you create a customized solution for flexible office space. Our downtown D.C. and Northern Virginia locations are located in thriving neighborhoods and give employees a comfortable option for working away from home.
For an easy-to-manage workspace solution without monthly commitments, WeWork On Demand provides flexible space on a pay-as-you-go basis. Whenever your employees want to get out of the house for a day, meet a colleague for an in-person brainstorming session, or book a conference room for a larger crowd, they can reserve the workspace they need right from an app.
No matter your business size, space needs, or special circumstances, WeWork has a flexible solution for a D.C.-area workspace that will get you and your team back to the office, fast and headache-free. Read our D.C. city guide for more information.
Kristen Bailey is a veteran writer and editor based in beautiful Lincoln, Nebraska. She has a penchant for helping large and small brands create stories that tell the why.
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