Category: DC Metro Area

Coworking Pioneer District Offices – Opens New Flagship Flex Office Space in National Landing

National Landing

May 11, 2023 | DC Metro Area, News

The new office space provides state-of-the-art working in the heart of Crystal City.
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The District Offices’ Guide to Working in National Landing

The District Offices' Guide to Working in National Landing

April 21, 2023 | DC Metro Area

National Landing is the nation’s best-kept secret no longer. Home to Crystal City, Pentagon City, and Potomac Yard, this impeccably positioned neighborhood has everything you could possibly want – and all within walking distance from District’s new National Landing location. Here are our top recs for the area.

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District Offices is Now in Virginia! Introducing our National Landing Location

District Offices' new location: National Landing

March 23, 2023 | DC Metro Area

Another day, another epic District location. District Offices is excited to welcome you to our National Landing space in high-tech Crystal City, VA–our very first location outside of D.C. Easily accessible, surrounded by endless local destinations, and just two blocks from Amazon HQ2–it’s at the heart of what’s happening! Here’s what to expect.

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4 Benefits of a D.C. Office

Benefits of DC Office

August 9, 2022 | Business, Coworking, DC Metro Area, Dedicated Desks

Whether your organization is considering a return to office life or an expansion, District Offices’ coworking spaces are the place to land. Strategically located and powerfully amenitized, our flexible workplaces deliver convenience, accessibility, desirability, and solid ROI to your organization. Here are just some of the reasons our tenants choose District Offices. 

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Don’t Let Your Home Office Be a
Barrier to Becoming a Certified
Business Enterprise

Certified Business Enterprise

April 26, 2021 | Business, DC Metro Area

If you’ve spent the past year working from home or outside D.C., you might have missed out on valuable procurement opportunities. The D.C. Department of Small and Local Business Development gives preference to Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) companies – meaning that CBE-certified organizations get the first look when competing for government contracts.

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The Perks of an On-Demand Workspace in Washington D.C.

Workspace in DC

January 21, 2021 | Coworking, DC Metro Area

Business today is all about being flexible and personalized. Just like we want to access our entertainment a la carte, we want the same from our workplaces. That’s why D.C. workspaces like District Offices exist – to give you everything you need from a workplace when you want it. Here are just some of the reasons our drop-in, on-demand spaces are a winning bet.

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Getting Certified? A Coworking Space Can Help You Become a Certified Business Enterprise

certified business enterprise

July 22, 2020 | Business, Coworking, DC Metro Area

At District Offices, we receive a lot of inquiries from businesses that are looking to lease coworking space in order to fulfill the requirements needed to become a DC Certified Business Enterprise (CBE). Let’s take a look at why CBE status is so sought after for DC small businesses, and how a coworking space can help achieve it.

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The District Offices Guide to Working in the Central Business District of Washington DC


February 25, 2020 | DC Metro Area

The Central Business District is the area surrounding the White House, which is also known as the CBD or Farragut. This area has much more to offer than just business and the home of the president. From hotels to restaurants to shops, and of course, history at every corner—Washington DC’s Farragut area is a destination worth exploring.

Similar to our recent District Office’s Guide to Working in Capitol Hill and Georgetown, we’re going to take you through the spots in Farragut.

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The District Offices’ Guide to Working on Capitol Hill


February 4, 2020 | DC Metro Area

Capitol Hill is known as the political center of the nation’s capital. “The Hill,” of course, acquired the name from its statement landmark— the beautiful Capitol Building, which sits high, overlooking the National Mall. But surrounding the politics and monuments, past the members of congress, lobbyists, and journalists, is actually the largest residential historic district in Washington, DC. There are Victorian row houses and a collection of restaurants and bars. There’s even the up and coming H Street that offers hip shopping, dining, and nightlife. Another perk of Capitol Hill is its proximity to Union Station, one of the largest transportation hubs in the country.

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10 G Street – A Hub for Associations in DC


January 21, 2020 | DC Metro Area

Location plays a major role in deciding on an office for your association. Iconically positioned at the heart of Capitol Hill, the 10 G Street District Offices coworking space is a powerful draw for local and national associations, many of which are headquartered in this thriving DC submarket.

There are several reasons why powerful associations are shifting their focus from the DC central business district and towards emerging markets such as the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

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