Rent Coworking or Office Space in the Alexandria Area of Washington, D.C.

From its beautiful location on the Potomac River's western bank, Alexandria is about seven miles south of Downtown Washington, DC. The town was founded by Captain Philip Alexander II and his cousin John in 1749, both of whom gave land for the development of the community. Like its neighboring towns in Northern Virginia, Alexandria has been strongly influenced by its close proximity to DC.

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From its beautiful location on the Potomac River's western bank, Alexandria is about seven miles south of Downtown Washington, DC. The town was founded by Captain Philip Alexander II and his cousin John in 1749, both of whom gave land for the development of the community. Like its neighboring towns in Northern Virginia, Alexandria has been strongly influenced by its close proximity to DC. Many company leaders and team members of SMBs and government agencies who work in the capital city choose to setup hub offices in the beauty and charm of Alexandria.

Companies with headquarters in Alexandria include Oxford Finance, the Pentagon Federal Credit Union and Port City Brewing Company. Federal agencies located in the town are the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the National Science Foundation, the Office of the Inspector General and the Oblon Law Firm. Also located in Alexandria are the and U.S. Dept of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Major landmarks within the city limits include the George Washington Masonic National Memorial, Christ Church, Gadsby's Tavern, Little Theatre of Alexandria and Alexandria City Hall. Popular restaurants in town are The Majestic, Virtue Feed and Grain, offering gourmet pub grub, and Hank's Oyster Bar. Attractive nightclubs include Basin Street Lounge in Old Town Alexandria and Fairouz Lounge, Sports Bar and Restaurant. Alexandria has an impressive park system of about 950 acres that includes 70 main parks and 30 recreational centers, including Chinquapin, for swimming, tennis and other sports.

Alexandria is a commuter’s hub, being nearby to both Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport. The city's historic train station, Alexandria Union Station, provides Amtrak and Virginia Railway Express service. Businesses and commuters alike benefit from the city’s accessibility which includes the DASH bus & Metrobus mass transit service as well as connections to all major highways in the area. 

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