WASHINGTON, Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- MakeOffices, creator of coworking communities where the workplace meets the sharing economy, announced today its newest community located at K and 15 th Streets (1015 15 th Street NW). Opening on December 5, MakeOffices' new location is at the high-energy nexus of DC, where government entities, think tanks, lobbyists, startups and advocacy groups come together. MakeOffices K Street will allow businesses of all sizes, as well as independent consultants, to locate within this power corridor. The company's seventh DC-area location, MakeOffices K Street underscores the firm's commitment to enhancing collaboration and productivity for District organizations of all kinds and sizes.
"K Street is at the center of business in Washington DC, where powerful change is made," says Raymond Rahbar, CEO, MakeOffices. "MakeOffices' K Street coworking community will be a place where Washington insiders and disruptors alike can make their mark." MakeOffices K Street is expected to draw the growing number of startups that serve the federal government along with major lobbying firms. The two-floor, 35,000-square-foot community is located steps from the McPherson Square Metro stop and offers convenient access to downtown, Dupont Circle, the White House, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, The World Bank, and Veterans Health Administration, as well as plentiful dining and shopping options. It boasts 112 offices, eight conference rooms, eight call rooms, six booths, a relaxation room, recording room, device lab, two wellness rooms and lounge areas. The largest private office can accommodate 13 desks, while the 2,200-square-foot shared kitchen and event space can host gatherings of more than 100 people.