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DMV coworking guide: 21 places to work, with company

From downtown DC to Arlington to Silver Spring, the region offers several options to get a break from the home office.

The Bouldering Project. Ben Burch/Bouldering Project's 2024 guide to coworking spaces in DC is underwritten by Mindspace. This story was independently reported and unless noted, not reviewed before publication.

Didn’t you hear? Coworking is back in style in 2024. But for several of these spaces, there’s a twist. 

Despite the rise in remote work since the pandemic, as well as the DC metro area’s resistance to returning to the office, physical space still matters for innovative entrepreneurs. That’s where this coworking guide comes in.

There are the classic facilities with multiple desks and unlimited coffee. But the region presents more nontraditional and niche spaces, too, including women-focused options and offices specifically designed for creative professionals. Also, places exist where fitness and coworking come together, offering yoga and rock climbing.

See below what the DMV coworking scene has to offer. Let us know if we missed anything by emailing us at


1301 K St. NW

It’s hard to get more central than this 31,000-sq.-ft. space at One Franklin Square, located on the floor just below The Washington Post. You’re just as likely to run into a startup founder as a political consultant, each honing their respective pitches in the colorful European-style interior filled with multiple arrangements of desks, couches, meeting rooms and phone booths — not to mention a spacious kitchen area featuring several coffee machines, free cereal and soda, and staff regularly tidying up.

Cost: Open space starts at $360 per month; private offices start at $575 per month; membership includes access to Mindspace’s global coworking network

Note: Mindspace is’s preferred coworking space in DC, and a client. This blurb was written independently and reviewed before publication. Find out more about how our Preferred Partners program supports our journalism.

Hera Hub

5028 Wisconsin Ave. NW

Looking for a women-focused coworking space? Hera Hub is the place for you. In addition to an area with complimentary snacks and coffee, there are several in-person and virtual events for members including educational workshops and networking opportunities.

Cost: A monthly membership starts at $169.


1510 Wisconsin Ave. NW

ALKŌVA, a combined yoga studio and coworking space, aims to incorporate wellness into the workday. The space offers coffee, tea and snacks, shower access, and yoga and pilates classes.

The studio has reached its coworking capacity, but you can email to be put on the waitlist.

Cost: A daily drop-in fee is $30, and a monthly membership fee is $325. There are also reserved desk and private office options.


2101 L St. NW
5335 Wisconsin Ave. NW

This coworking company has offices in downtown DC and Chevy Chase, offering several conference rooms that can accommodate four to 48 people. There’s also an on-site gym membership option.

Cost: A monthly membership fee starts at $229.

District Offices

1025 Connecticut Ave. NW
1101 30th St. NW
1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
10 G St. NE

With several offices from Georgetown to Capitol Hill, District Offices offers private spaces and different event venues that can house more than 600 people. The spaces also host monthly networking events.

Cost: Call 202-223-5200 to get a quote.


1231 Marion Barry Ave. SE

The HIVE’s biggest draw is its 24/7 access for all of its members. There are 13 desks for flexible use, 32 assigned desks and eight office spaces. The HIVE also hosts different workshops and networking events.

From downtown DC to Arlington to Silver Spring, the region offers several options to get a break from the home office. A monthly membership fee starts at $110.

Bouldering Project

1611 Eckington Pl. NE

Another unconventional coworking space is the Bouldering Project, whose gym offers different fitness classes and a coworking space. There are climbing, yoga and other fitness classes, alongside social events and workshops.

Membership at the DC location gets you into the other locations across the country. It also includes unlimited classes, guest passes and a discount on clothing and gear sold at the gym.

Cost: A day pass is $35. A monthly recurring membership fee costs $119, plus an additional $80 fee. An annual membership costs $1,320.

Metro Offices 

1250 Connecticut Ave. NW
1725 I St. NW
700 12th St. NW
2 Wisconsin Cir., Chevy Chase, MD
2201 Cooperative Way, Herndon, VA
4000 Legato Road, Fairfax, VA
11710 Plaza America Dr., Reston, VA

Since opening in 1989, Metro Offices has opened locations throughout DC, Maryland and Virginia. Membership includes 24/7 access to the space, on-site gym access and networking events.

Cost: A monthly membership fee starts at $375 for a dedicated desk.

The Mark

641 S. St. NW
1328 Florida Ave. NW

The S Street location in Shaw, formerly the Wonder Bread Factory, has outdoor amenities including a furnished patio and rooftop deck. Both locales feature kitchens with cold brew on tap, mothers’ rooms and phone booths for private meetings.

Cost: A day pass is $30 and a monthly membership fee starts at $350.

Open Gov Hub

1100 13th St. NW

At the Open Gov Hub in downtown DC, there’s 24/7 access for members, 16 meeting rooms, a gym with shower access, and coffee and snacks. There’s also an on-site garage for those driving to the office and an outdoor courtyard to enjoy the sunshine while you work.

Cost: A day pass is $35. There are also dedicated desk and hot desk membership options.

The Pitch

800 Maine Ave. SW

Located at The Wharf, this space offers different coworking memberships, a day pass option and a private office rental. The dedicated desk coworking option and the private office membership allow for 24/7 access to the building.

Cost: A day pass is $25 and a monthly membership fee starts at $225 a month.

ALX Community

201 N. Union St., Alexandria, VA
277 S. Washington St., Alexandria, VA
106 N. Lee St., Alexandria, VA

The three dog-friendly coworking spaces in Alexandria have private space and coworking options. There are also events for members, including an upcoming Yappy Hour.

Cost: A day pass is $35 while the monthly membership fee to the coworking spaces starts at $199.


1701 Rhode Island Ave. NW
1100 15th St. NW
80 M St. SE
700 K St. NW
200 Massachusetts Ave. NW
901 N. Glebe Rd., Arlington, VA
1201 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA
1775 Tysons Blvd., Tysons, VA

The infamous coworking chain has eight locations in the region, from a downtown K Street facility to a few in Arlington. Each locale varies in terms of what it offers: Some sites feature mothers’ rooms, wellness rooms and parking. A few are even dog-friendly.

Cost: Prices start at $8 an hour and $29 a day. A monthly plan to access all WeWork spaces is $199 a month.

Two Birds 

2300 N St. NW
4001 Brandywine St. NW
1737 King St., Alexandria, VA

Two Birds is a holistic space providing early childhood education and care for working parents, including an onsite coworking area. Breakfast, lunch and snacks are provided, served family style at no extra charge. The coworking space includes private offices and phone rooms, as well as rooms for parents to nurse and pump.

Families can apply online, which will be followed by a tour, and then possible enrollment. There are also opportunities for financial aid and tuition assistance.

Cost: A monthly fee starts at $984.

A spacious, modern coworking space with various seating options, colorful wall art, people working at tables, and a bar area in the background.

The main room at Mindspace on K Street (Danya Henninger/


2001 L St. NW

Premier offers one of the most affordable options for coworking in the area. The space has 80 private offices, meeting rooms and a gym.

Cost: A monthly membership starts at $29 a month.


600 14th St. NW

Located within a block of the White House, Convene Hamilton Square is the coworking company’s lone DMV coworking facility among its portfolio across some of the US and United Kingdom’s biggest cities (it also has a meeting and events space in Alexandria, Virginia) . Located within the historic Garfinkel’s flagship department store building, Convene’s space offers two floors or 53,000 square feet of open-concept coworking space, conference rooms, event space, food and beverage amenities, and private booths. It’s also central to DC’s tech scene, having hosted the closing events of DC Startup Week back in 2022.

Cost: A community membership starts at $349 a month.

Creative Colony

8720 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring, MD

Located a short walk from the Silver Spring Metro station, Creative Colony is aimed at creative professionals. Members get 24/7 access to the space. There’s also a photo studio onsite available for rental.

Cost: Day passes are $25, and monthly plans start at $100. The photo studio rental is $75 an hour.


1015 15th St. NW
1140 3rd St. NE
609 H St. NE
1101 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA
2000 Duke St., Alexandria, VA
1640 Boro Pl., McLean, VA
1900 Reston Metro Plaza, Reston, VA
4445 Willard Ave., Chevy Chase, MD

With several locations across DC, Maryland and Virginia, Spaces offers different membership plans for coworking, a dedicated desk or a private office.

Cost: A monthly membership with unlimited access costs $269. Prices decrease for a limited number of days per month.

The Yard 

700 Pennsylvania Ave. SE

The Yard, located in Eastern Market, offers private and shared workspaces. It also houses a rotating art gallery featuring local artists’ work. There’s also complimentary La Colombe coffee.

Cost: A day pass is $29 and a monthly membership fee costs $400.

Carr Workplaces

300 New Jersey Ave. NW
1325 G St. NW
1101 Connecticut Ave. NW
1050 30th St. NW
1717 K St. NW
1701 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
1455 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
4800 Hampden Lane, Bethesda, MD
5425 Wisconsin Ave., Chevy Chase, MD
3033 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA
1765 Duke St., Alexandria, VA
1800 Diagonal Rd., Alexandria, VA
1818 Library St., Reston, VA
1700 Diagonal Rd., Alexandria, VA
1750 Tysons Blvd., McLean, VA

Carr Workplaces has office locations across DC, Maryland and Virginia, from Dupont Circle to Tysons. Depending on the membership plan, users have access either during business hours or 24/7.

Cost: A day pass starts at $25, and a monthly fee starts at $199.


853 New Jersey Ave. SE
1255 Union St. NE
810 7th St. NE
650 Massachusetts Ave. NW
601 13th St. NW
One Thomas Cir. NW
14 Ridge Sq. NW
4201 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA
1660 International Dr., McLean, VA
4075 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA
3100 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington, VA
2311 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA
4500 East-West Highway, Bethesda, MD
909 Rose Ave., North Bethesda, MD
7200 Wisconsin Ave., Bethesda, MD

Industrious has more than 10 office spaces in the DMV. Members have 24/7 access to the location of their choosing and are allowed two guests per month.

Cost: Monthly memberships start at $299 at most of the locations.

This article has been updated to include information about Convene Hamilton Square. (5/29/2024, 4 p.m.)

Companies: Mindspace
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