Coworking Space In Washington, DC

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The Yard, 700 Pennsylvania Ave, SE Floor 2nd, Washington D.C. 20003
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3100 Clarendon Blvd, Suite 200, Arlington VA 22201
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Studio at 900 19th Street, Washington, D.C. 20006

Are you a small business owner looking to rent coworking space in D.C.? You have plenty of company — coworking is a growing trend, not just here in the capital but throughout the world. There are about 35,000 flexible workspaces worldwide, totaling a market value of approximately $26 billion. The amount of available coworking space has risen by nearly 50% in the last two years alone as coworking experiences growth across the U.S.


Truss Holdings sees that demand firsthand — 50% of companies with fewer than 10 employees searching on Truss are considering coworking. This is a smart option for startups and small businesses as well as larger corporations that want flexibility in their lease and space.

Many small businesses are looking for coworking space for lease in Washington, D.C., as it offers the following benefits:

·       Flexibility: Coworking eliminates the requirement of lengthy leases and financial reviews that are usually involved with renting traditional office space.

·       Savings: Coworking is typically less expensive than leasing traditional office space. Most coworking spaces include access to office equipment and supplies in their cost, reducing overhead expense.

·       Better space: Much of the D.C. coworking space for lease is modern and well-designed, which can be a boon to your productivity and that of your employees. Many are also located in areas that have access to public transportation and major highways, making them easily accessible.

·       Networking opportunities: The nature of coworking encourages and supports a collaborative spirit. You might find new partners, and even clients, through coworking.


You have a variety of working setups from which to choose:

  • An undesignated workspace/workstation in the common area (aka “hot desk”)
  • A designated desk in the common area
  • A one-person office
  • A team office

Coworking can be extremely cost-effective because fees are often all-inclusive. Coworking rent typically includes the following:

  • Utilities
  • Meeting space
  • Furniture
  • Wi-Fi
  • Printing/copying
  • Bonus amenities such as free cold brew

Not sure if coworking or office space is right for you? At Truss, we specialize in helping small and medium-sized businesses locate, tour and lease the perfect space for coworking in D.C. Our team of brokers uses our tech-enabled platform to first help you determine what type of coworking space will best fit your business — and then locate it for you. Our service is free and makes the coworking leasing process simple. If you decide that traditional office space is a better fit for your business, we can help you locate that, too. Truss lets you compare all of your office and coworking options on one platform. Ready to explore coworking space for lease in Washington, D.C.? Get in touch today.

Popular DC Neighborhoods for Coworking Space

Bethesda Maryland Coworking Neighborhood

We can help you find D.C. coworking space for lease in any neighborhood in the D.C. area, including Bethesda, Maryland. This is a suburban market that has grown over the past couple years and has become its own mini-city. It’s accessible through the Metro Red Line and Beltway and has plenty of amenities. It’s a good option for business owners who live nearby and don’t want to have to go downtown. Many professional services firms such as lawyers, accountants and tax consultants are based here. 

Capitol Hill, DC Coworking Neighborhood

Capitol Hill is the political epicenter of D.C. You’ll find law firms, lobbyists and those who work in government affairs locating their businesses here. More coworking spaces are opening in this area, which is on the fringe of downtown D.C. and is easily accessible through the Green and Yellow Lines as well as Interstate 395 and 495.

Downtown Washington, DC Coworking Neighborhood

Downtown D.C. is considered the central business district; it’s a dense office market with no residential space of which to speak. The downtown area is accessible through all of the Metro lines and its tenants range from law firms to trade associations to tech companies and nonprofits. This is D.C.’s biggest market for coworking in Washington, D.C. It’s also the most expensive in the area and the most developed in terms of commercial office property.

Dupont Circle, DC Coworking Neighborhood

Dupont Circle is an older market that has a mix of brownstones and townhouses. It’s popular with professional service firms, tech companies, law firms, nonprofits and other smaller companies. It is surrounded by residential property and offers a good mix of amenities in terms of restaurants, bars and retail shops.

Additional DC Metro Coworking Neighborhoods Include:

East End

Navy Yard

Tyson's Corner

West End

Northern Virginia (NoVA)

Crystal City, VA

Foggy Bottom

Reston, VA


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