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After launching a first space in Crystal City in December 2014, Eastern Foundry, the incubator for small government contractors, is branching out.
According to the Washington Business Journal, the company has signed a lease on a space in Rosslyn — a location already listed on the incubator’s website. Apparently the company has been looking for a while, and the new space is very much in demand. Eastern Foundry already has startups committed to filling about half of the forthcoming floor at 1100 Wilson Blvd.
“One of the things about having been at occupancy for so long in Crystal City is we built a nice waiting list,” founder and CEO Geoff Orazem told WBJ.
The new space will have 43 offices and coworking space for 100, according to the report. The incubator’s current space at 81 members, according to a press release.-30-
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