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Mar. 2, 2018 8:09 am

Industrious is opening a new coworking space in DC this month

The Brooklyn-based company is expanding after closing on $80 million in funding.

Inside an Industrious space in Brookyln.

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Industrious is opening a new coworking space in D.C. later this month.

The 21,000 sq. ft. space will take up the entire seventh floor of a building at One Thomas Circle NW in downtown DC, according to Industrious Head of Communications Kym Lino. Along with coworking, the space will have more than 70 offices ranging in size.

In addition to amenities such as 24/7 access, utilities and meeting space, Industrious works with local businesses to source food for provided food and drink. In D.C., the company is working with Compass Coffee, Bethesda Bagel and Atlas Brewery. 

The expansion comes after the company announced a new funding round of $80 million. According to our sister site Technical.ly Brooklyn, the company is in 25 cities already, most of which are outside those considered the major tech hubs. With the new funding, the company is looking to double its number of spaces in 2018. Members get access to the entire Industrious network.

It comes as other New York–based companies are joining in The District’s exploding coworking market. The Wing, an all-women coworking space that started in Manhattan, is expanding to D.C. Late last year, The Yard opened a new space in Eastern Market.

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