Washington, D.C. Area Neighborhoods at a Glance

Additional Neighborhoods Include:

Adams Morgan

Ballston, Virginia

Clarendon, Virginia

Chinatown

Falls Church, Virginia

Friendship Village, Maryland

Friendship Heights

Georgetown

Glover Park

Herndon, Virginia

H Street

Logan Circle

Navy Yard

Old Town, Virginia

Penn Quarter

Petworth

Shaw

Southwest Waterfront

U Street Corridor

Woodley Park

And Many More!

Looking for your next coworking space or office space in the DC area? Truss is the only platform for entrepreneurs to compare prices on office space to coworking space, which makes it much faster to lease space for rapidly growing companies.  Whether you’re looking for a corporate setting on Capitol Hill, or want more of a trendy vibe on U Street, there are more than 2,500 office spaces and 52 coworking locations to choose from in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia. 

The DC area is a continuously transforming city with prestige amenities like rooftop patios and private gyms. If transportation is at the top of your list, you can get from Downtown or East End to your home faster with locations close to the Metro. Plus these neighborhoods are filled with coworking space, making it easy to move in quickly.  Hiring lots of millennials that are headed to happy hour? DuPont Circle and U Street Corridor are filled with great restaurants and bars perfect to unwind at after a long day at work. Want to move to an up-and-coming neighborhood with a lease that won’t break the bank? Areas like the Navy Yard and NOMA could give you the most bang for your buck.

Accessible to Washington, D.C. by the silver line Metro, Northern Virginia is another great option for business owners looking for a great deal. Small businesses from law firms and non-profits to tech entrepreneurs are starting to locate here. This area has embraced the coworking trend, offering 15 locations including the 1776 incubator space in Crystal City.  Arlington, Fairfax, Rosslyn, Tysons and Reston are a few of the neighborhoods for companies looking to locate in Northern Virginia. 

Suburban Maryland is another area that entrepreneurs are locating their offices in, as it is easily accessible to downtown Washington, D.C. at a fraction of the cost. Rockville, Silver Spring and Bethesda are popular areas that businesses in telecommunications, technology or bioscience industries are moving to.   

It doesn’t matter if you’re a law firm looking for a great location near clients, or small tech startup looking for D.C. office space that combines work and play. The easy-to-use Truss platform has full market availability in top Washington, D.C. metro neighborhoods.  Answer a few questions and we'll return all-in price listings that meet your needs and budget. Plus, our local brokers know the city inside and out and they’re ready to get you a great deal. Start your search today.

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