Harbour Town: Where Historic Meets Experimental

September 1, 2016

Jon Glass

Tech Leader Corporate Managing Director, Savills Studley DC/MD/VA Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

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4 Contiguous Spec Suites Available With Shared Amenities

 

It’s hard not to have noticed or at least heard of the co-working craze that has permeated throughout the nation in the last few years. WeWork has signed massive office leases around the country, The Yard has been proactively expanding along the east coast, and even Regus has launched its spinoff brand, Spaces to accommodate this new generation of office users. With traditional landlords competing for tenancy amongst these co-working providers, MRP Realty has decided to change the playing field by delivering its own twist on the co-working concept. Welcome to Harbour Town.

 

Located on the 2nd floor of 3000 K St at Georgetown’s Washington Harbour, Harbour Town is an experimental coworking concept that combines traditional office leasing with a shared common area and amenity base. Differentiating itself from the co-working norm where you can lease a few desks or offices, Harbour Town is comprised of six individual spec suites surrounding a shared conference room with sliding glass doors, a lounge area and a nicely-finished kitchen.

 

 

Designed by local architecture firm Wingate Hughes, Harbour Town features subtle details such as hanging lights and distinctive color schemes to appeal to the creative user. Every suite has floor to ceiling glass offices, exposed ceilings, and an open area for a bullpen or collaborative work. Windows envelope the entirety of the space as well, offering views of K Street, 30th Street, and the Georgetown Waterfront.

 

 

The communal areas aim to provide the tenants in Harbour Town with a community feel and the freedom to use the amenities while limiting the additional square footage charged to each tenant for use of this space.

 

 

The building offers underground parking, dedicated shuttle service to Foggy Bottom and Dupont Circle Metro stations, and is only a short commute across the Potomac to Rosslyn. Each suite has an asking rent ranging from $49.00 – $55.00/SF, though all communal space is shared on a pro rata basis. While two of the six suites have already been leased, four suites ranging from 2,690 SF to 3,203 SF remain available for the next firm that wants to explore MRP’s new concept. If you’re interested in Harbour Town or other spaces like it, feel free to contact us here.

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