Arlington-based coworking company MakeOffices is coming to K Street next month.
The forthcoming location is scheduled to open its doors at 1015 15th St. NW Dec. 5, the company announced in a press release today.
When it opens, the space will fill two floors and 35,000 square feet with 112 offices, hundreds of desks, eight conference rooms, eight call rooms, six booths, a relaxation room, recording room, device lab, two wellness rooms and lounge areas.
The new location will also have free Wi-Fi, coffee, tea, fresh fruit, beer and filtered water for members, and will host town halls, networking events and keynote speakers.
“We had an opportunity to go to an amazing address,” said MakeOffices CEO Raymond Rahbar. “K and 15th is kind of the center of where you want to be on K Street.”
Though the space is geared toward “Washington insiders and disruptors,” it won’t be your typical “stuffy K Street office,” Rahbar added. Renderings show the space will have an open layout with plenty of colored walls, glass panels and art.
MakeOffices currently has workspaces in Dupont Circle, Clarendon, Rosslyn, Tysons Corner, Bethesda and Reston. The company also operates spaces in Philadelphia and Chicago.