4 Hot Spots to Work Remotely in D.C.
Our nation’s capital is one of the busiest cities in the world during the week, and somewhat of a ghost town on weekends. That’s because so many of the people who work in Washington, D.C. live outside of the city. If you’re trying to work remotely in D.C., it can be tough to find a place that’s reliable, open and easy to locate. Fear not. We’ve identified some of the best places for work remotely and comfortably around all four D.C. quadrants.
WeWork K Street | 1875 K St NW
WeWork’s K Street office has everything you could possibly need or want in a workspace. In addition to the micro-roasted coffee bar with barista service, WeWork K Street offers a number of other awesome perks, including a 24-hour gym and rooftop terrace. If you’re looking for a place to do work during your next business trip to D.C., make sure to add this spot to your list.
Maketto | 1351 H St NE
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Whether you’re looking to shop, dine, or get some work done while you’re traveling on business, Maketto located in Northeast DC offers a unique space to get inspired. If you’re looking for a minimalist vibe with few distractions, be sure to visit the second floor. The best thing about this spot for remote work bakes everything in house each morning and throughout service. Enjoy the outdoors? Maketto has you covered with its hip patio.
Starbucks | 1201 Maryland Avenue SW
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Sometimes the best place to remote work is almost too obvious. In Southwest D.C., look no further than the Starbucks on Maryland Avenue. A business traveler such as yourself already knows what to expect from your experience at the iconic, Seattle-based chain—upbeat music, constant chatter and the intermittent whir of the espresso machine brewing triple-grande, vanilla, nonfat lattes. Looking for a place to sleep after a long remote work session? The luxurious Mandarin Oriental Hotel is right next door.
The HIVE 2.0 | 1231-B Good Hope Rd SE
At The HIVE 2.0, they believe the next “big thing” is you. With that sort of mantra, you’re destined to be great, right? Equipped with vision, fearlessness, and copious amounts of coffee, you’ll have everything you need to work remotely in this coworking space situated in historic Anacostia. For added inspiration, be sure to visit the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site.
When you’re in the District, what are some of your favorite places to work remotely? Let us know by sharing in the comments below.