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WeWork opens Dupont Circle location

With this third D.C. branch, the coworking company now runs over 100,000 square feet in the capital.

WeWork Dupont Circle. (Photo courtesy of WeWork)

WeWork launched its third D.C. location in Dupont Circle last night.
The space, on the 2nd and 3rd floors of 1875 Connecticut Ave. NW, will include a coworking space and dedicated offices.
“We are excited to have an office for our members in a new neighborhood of D.C.,” WeWork Chief Brand Officer and Founding Partner Rebekah Neumann said through a spokesperson.
The new WeWork will be the ideal place to hunker down and get things done.
It includes such amenities as a foosball table:

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WeWork Dupont Circle has a packed entertainment room. (Photo courtesy of WeWork)


And a draft beer counter:
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The new WeWork has its own bar, because Dupont Circle is basically a beer desert. (Photo courtesy of WeWork)


The WeWork network currently comprises 21 locations and 7 cities. With now over 100,000 square feet of office and communal workspace, Washington is the third-biggest WeWork hub (more on the city’s many coworking spaces here).
WeWork also announced plans to open its first residential coworking space in Crystal City, which is scheduled to open in late 2015.
The company recently introduced a $45/month membership level, which is about 90 percent cheaper than its next available rate.
“Despite growing,” said WeWork Chief Product Officer Kakul Srivastava, “we haven’t able to keep up with the demand.”

Companies: WeWork
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