Private Offices, Coworking, Virtual Memberships
Coworking in Washington DC
Formally the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C. aka D.C. or Washington is the capital city of the United States of America. Located on the Potomac River bordering Maryland and Virginia, Washington, D.C. acts as the seat of government for the United States federal government and several international organizations, as an important political capital. One of the most visited cities in the United States, with more than 20 million visitors annually, Washington, D.C. also supports a diversified economy, with professional and business jobs growing at increasing percentages. Many non-government organizations, including law firms, civilian contractors, not-for-profit organizations, lobbying firms, industry trade groups, trade unions, professional associations, and others that are headquartered in D.C., due to their proximity to the federal government. Rosslyn, Virginia, just across the Potomac River from the capital city is home to several Fortune 500 companies and Amazon’s HQ 2 is on track to take up residency in nearby Arlington’s Crystal City neighborhood.
Fortune 500 companies in the Washington Metro area include four of the top Fortune 500 companies: Walmart, Exxon Mobil, Apple, Berkshire Hathaway, and Amazon. Georgetown University, George Washington University, Howard University, in addition to Washington Hospital Center and Children’s National Medical Center make the list of the top five non-government related employers in the district. Tourism makes up Washington, D.C.’s second-largest industry, attracting some 18.9 million visitors annually, who come to see The National Mall, The Smithsonian Institute, The National Gallery of Art, among a multitude of private museums and art galleries. The district also hosts almost 200 foreign embassies and such prestigious international organizations such as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the Pan American Health Organization, the Organization of American States, and the Inter-American Development Bank. Washington, D.C. hosts a plethora of small businesses that facilitate the government and non-governmental sectors. The possibilities for your small business to expand are endless in this business mecca.
Private Offices, Shared Desk Space, Coworking, and Virtual Offices
Venture X flexes with your business size
What’s included in a Membership
Access to Common Areas
Access to Member Community
Professional Business Address
Flexible Full-time Workspace
Access to Additional Day Passes
24/7 Keycard Access
All the Venture X amenities
Amenities, Common Areas and Event Venues
Our community staff is on site to assist and make your experience at work a positive one. As a Private Office member, you can take advantage of all the amentities of the community space, while working in the privacy of your office.
- Centrally located café and dining area
- Boutique, hotel lobby-like lounge area
- High-speed internet
- Gourmet coffee, tea and water And more
Venture X spaces are ideal for teams on the grow. Scale up or down with your space as needed and move up to our Enterprise membership plan when your corporate image calls for a larger footprint. Venture X flexes with your business goals.
Each Venture X is independently owned and operated. Please check with your specific location for details on membership plans and amenities.