MIXER Work & Lounge, a luxury coworking company based in Israel, is opening its first U.S. location right here in D.C. next year: MIXER RowHouse is set to open at 600 Massachusetts Ave. in early 2020 with 30,000 square feet of space.
Launched in 2016, MIXER has four locations in Israel. Its coworking spaces “mix the many elements of people’s lives,” which includes tech, work, wellness and food, per the company. The D.C. location will be its first international coworking space, and fifth overall.
“D.C. is the nucleus of America and is bursting with unmatched energy and passion. The business community here is so diverse — from politicos to think tanks to international organizations to startups. Kind of like our MIXER communities,” MIXER founder and CEO Omer Granit told Technical.ly. “It was an obvious choice. We are thrilled to join the D.C. community and look forward to contributing to the growth and innovation that make it such a special place.”
Each of MIXER’s location are created with modern architecture and design in mind like open spaces with the sun shining through, lounges and outdoor nooks, a press release states. Some notable tenants working out of the company’s Israel locations include Samsung, Nvidia and Wix.com.
The MIXER RowHouse location is equipped with indoor and outdoor workspace, a fitness facility, a rooftop garden, conference rooms, a VIP lounge and an on-site parking garage. Members will have 24/7 access to the building and MIXER will also host a member-only club.
“The space is one of the most unique office venues in the city including a 50-foot atrium and a connected historical Rowhouse,” Granit said.
MIXER RowHouse will be able to fit up to 350 people and teams ranging in size from 30 to 100 people, Granit shared. There will be a full-service team onsite at the new location, including Artur Samofalov, MIXER RowHouse’s general manager. This location is one block away from City Center, Gallery Place and the Washington Convention Center, and walking distance to Capital One Arena and Union Station.
“We design our facilities to be communities — not [just] coworking spaces — characterized by creativity, innovation, and a disruption of the traditional way of doing business. We’re excited for Washington, D.C. to become part of the MIXER community,” Granit said in a press release.
This is the second Israel-based coworking space to move into D.C. recently, following Mindspace’s expansion last year.
Granit said MIXER RowHouse has started taking membership applications. Check out some more renderings of the upcoming coworking space below (and check out Technical.ly’s comprehensive coworking guide here).