10 Famous Coworking & Shared Office Spaces in Washington, D.C.

The political heart of the United States, Washington D.C. is a city of historical significance and institutional power. Beyond the iconic monuments and government buildings, it has a vibrant cultural scene, world-class museums, and a diverse population. With a strong focus on politics, international relations, and technology, the coworking spaces here are mainly used by government contractors, lobbyists, and professionals in policy and advocacy. The city’s diverse economy attracts freelancers, nonprofits, and technology professionals.  

By analyzing the coworking market in Washington, DC, this article will help you decide on the coworking space that matches your work needs and style. The key factors we will analyze include: 

  • Top coworking spaces and their membership plans 
  • Amenities and features offered by the coworking spaces 
  • Coworking community and neighborhood 

10 Highest-Rated Coworking Spaces in Washington D.C.

1. Hera Hub D.C. (Rating 5/5)

5028 Wisconsin Ave #100, Washington, D.C. 20016 

Joining Hera Hub D.C. is more than gaining access to a collaborative shared office space; it’s becoming part of a community of like-minded, ambitious women. With a strong focus on its community, it provides support through social media spotlights, educational programs, podcasts, and various community events where members can hang out and promote their businesses

Best For: Individuals who need a supportive community

+ Monthly member lunches 
+Social media promotions 
+ Educational programs 
+ Member-only events 
+ Fully wheelchair accessible 

 

Event Space
$100/hour

Meeting Room
$25/hour

Private Office
Upon Request

 

Learn more about Hera Hub D.C..

2. Capital Workspaces (Rating 5/5)

4315 50th St NW # 100, Washington, D.C. 20016 

Located in Spring Valley in a brick building, Capital Workspaces offers adaptable work solutions, ranging from 12-month leases to day passes. The classic architecture and interior create a professional atmosphere that promotes growth and cooperation. A dedicated team supports members with practical services, with additional amenities like 24/7 security and on-site parking contributing to a positive work experience.   

Best For:   Entrepreneurs, organizations, and government entities

+ Lockable doors
+ Lounge areas
+ Professional front desk support 
+ 24/7 security 
+ On-site parking 

 

Meeting Room
$40/hour

Open Workspace
$200/month

Virtual Office
$45/month

Private Office
$20/hour

 

Learn more about Capital Workspaces.

3. Oval Offices D.C.  (Rating 5/5)

800 Connecticut Ave NW #300, Washington, D.C. 20006 

Situated next to The White House, Oval Offices D.C. includes spacious private offices, discreet common areas, and spacious hallways. Pioneering the concept of on-demand offices in the USA, members can apply for flexible memberships and enjoy professionally cleaned office areas with large windows that provide light and a refreshing breeze. The prominent address means members will be close to useful amenities and public transportation, adding to the convenience of this coworking space.    

Best For:  Professionals and executives 

+ 24/7 access
+ Spacious workspaces
+ Zoom room presentation technology 
+ Professional-grade cleaning

 

Virtual Office
$199/month

Meeting Room
Upon Request

Private Office
Upon Request

 

Learn more about Oval Offices D.C..

4. The Pitch  (Rating 4.9/5)

800 Maine Ave SW 2nd and 3rd floor, Washington, D.C. 20024 

Open Workspace at The Pitch

Located in the heart of District Wharf, The Pitch has modern and bright workspaces and a podcast room for creatives. Amenities like on-site receptionist and secretarial services, sound-masking technology, free beverages, and 24-hour building security enrich the work experience. The premium location is just steps from The Pier, which means that members have access to prime dining, shopping, and recreation facilities.

Best For:  Freelancers and professionals

+ Waterfront location
+ Podcast room 
+ Sound-masking technology
+ Receptionist & secretarial services
+ 24/7 access
+ 24/7 building security 
+ On-site parking and bike storage 
+ Beer on tap 
Open during business hours  

 

Open Workspaces
$259/month

Open Desk
$25/month

Meeting Room
$49/hour

Virtual Office
$129/month

Private Office
$49/hour

 

Learn more about The Pitch.

5. Metro Offices (Rating 4.9/5)

700 12th St NW STE 700, Washington, D.C. 20005 

Metro Offices, a woman-owned space, is committed to providing a safe and professional environment for female professionals. High-end modular furniture allows you to customize the different work areas, which includes everything from an open desk to training spaces and versatile meeting rooms. A rooftop terrace and lounge area provide a place to retreat, hang out with coworkers, or hold informal meetings. Located steps from the Metro Station, public transportation is second to none.  

Best For:   Teams with up to 15 members 

+ Rooftop terrace 
+ Skylight atrium with lounge area
+ 24/7 access
+ Training rooms
+ On-site fitness center  

 

Training Space
Upon Request

Meeting Room
Upon Request

Private Office
Upon Request

Open Desk 
$600/month

Meeting Space
Upon Request

Virtual Office
$75/month

 

Learn more about Metro Offices.

6. AdvantEdge (Rating 4.9/5)

5335 Wisconsin Ave NW #440, Washington, D.C. 20015 

AdvantEdge offers customized office spaces in a Class-A building. The interior is reminiscent of executive suites—providing both privacy and a professional atmosphere. Members benefit from administrative and language support, modern tech-equipped rooms, and the convenience of online appointments. Perks like complimentary tea, coffee, collaborative events, and on-site parking ensure members have everything they need for a productive workday. 

Best For:  Professionals and executives

+ Online appointments
+Language assistance 
+ 24/7 access
+Lounge areas 
+ On-site parking
+ LGBTQ+ friendly 
+ Fully wheelchair accessible 
Car-dependent area 

 

Day Office
Upon Request

Dedicated Desk
$349/month

Private Office
Upon Request

 

Learn more about AdvantEdge.

7. Metro Offices  (Rating 4.8/5)

1250 Connecticut Ave NW Suite 700, Washington, D.C. 20036 

Open Workspace at Metro Offices Washington DC

Situated one block from Dupont Circle in downtown’s Golden Triangle, Metro Offices is positioned in the amenity-rich Central Business District. Surrounded by foreign embassies and headquarters of corporations and organizations, members of this space have access to many networking opportunities. They can also enjoy 24/7 building access, lockable storage, gym memberships, and over 60 meeting and training spaces, ensuring the environment promotes growth and collaboration. 

Best For:   Small and mid-sized teams and businesses

+ Training space
+ On-site restaurant, bank, and spa
+ On-site fitness center 
+ Receptionist & secretarial services
+ On-site parking and bike storage

 

Open Desk
$50/day

Meeting Room
$40/hour

Private Office
$35/hour

Training Space
$75/hour

Meeting Space
$60/hour

Virtual Office
$75/month

 

Learn more about Metro Offices.

8. AdvantEdge Workspaces (Rating 4.8/5)

2101 L St NW Suite 300, Washington, D.C. 20037

Situated in Northwest Washington, AdvantEdge offers dynamic workspaces that combine sophistication and affordability. With over 30 years of experience, the workspaces mirror executive suites, delivering privacy without compromising connectivity. The space is easily accessible by metro and members here enjoy inclusive amenities and regular community events 

Best For:   Professionals and executives

+ Online appointments
+ 24/7 access  
+Language assistance 
+ Lounge areas 
+ Weekly breakfasts
+ Happy Hour
+ LGBTQ+ friendly 
+ Fully wheelchair accessible 
Limited workspace options

 

Day Office
Upon Request

Dedicated Desk
$349/month

Private Office
Upon Request

 

Learn more about AdvantEdge Workspaces.

9. Industrious (Rating 4.8/5)

650 Massachusetts Ave NW Suite 600, Washington, D.C. 20001 

Meeting Space at Industrious Washington DC

Nestled in the heart of D.C., Industrious offers a luxurious and flexible work environment with optimal coworking solutions for maximum productivity. Members here enjoy a fitness center, outdoor space, and a wellness room. Only minutes away from Mt. Vernon Square, Industrious is near the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, the Apple Carnegie Library, and an array of shops and restaurants. With Union Station, a Capital Bikeshare station, and multiple bus lines nearby, commuting is effortless 

Best For: Individuals, teams, and small businesses

+ 24/7 access
+ Premium location
+ Wellness room
+ Daily breakfast & snacks
+ Concierge services
+ Fitness center 
+ Weekly Happy Hour 
+ On-site parking 
Higher price for premium location and amenities 

 

Event Space
Contact Us

Open Desk
$299/month

Meeting Room
$75/hour

Virtual Office
$99/month

Private Office
$1,015/month

 

Learn more about Industrious.

10. Carr Workplaces (Rating 4.7/5)

1455 Pennsylvania Avenue NW #400, Washington, D.C. 20004 

Carr Workplaces boasts one of the nation’s most prestigious addresses alongside The World Bank and the IMF. The newly renovated workspaces feature versatile options, while the location offers easy access to major thoroughfares and public transportation. As a member, you will also enjoy access to all Carr Workplaces locations, business centers, fully stocked community cafés, and more. 

Best For:   Small teams and businesses

+ Prestigious address 
+ Online appointments
+ 24/7 access 
+ Receptionist & secretarial services
+ On-site parking and bike storage 
+ Pet-friendly 
Availability varies due to popularity 

 

Open Desk
$25/day

Meeting Room
$50/hour

Private Office
$50/day

Team Office
Upon Request

Dedicated Desk
$400/month

Virtual Office
$80/month

 

Learn more about Carr Workplaces.

Methodology 

We based our selection of the 10 best coworking spaces in Washington, D.C. on Google reviews, shortlisting locations with an average rating of 4.5 stars or higher, also considering available amenities and membership prices. When booking a coworking space, always consider your own individual or business needs and budget.

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Laura Pop-Badiu

Laura Pop-Badiu is a creative writer at CoworkingCafe and CoworkingMag, with a degree in Journalism and a background in both hospitality and real estate. Laura is a certified bookworm with a genuine passion for the written word and a keen interest in the coworking sector. Her work has been featured in major publications like Forbes, NBC News, The Business Journals, Chicago Tribune, MSN and Yahoo! Finance, among others.
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