DC Sublease Space Perfect for Start-Ups Bound to Go Quickly
Back in January 2017, I blogged about a former architecture space that was perfect for tech, media and start-up companies in Farragut North. As expected, the space was gobbled up quickly – in less than 30 days to be exact – by the public affairs software start-up, Quorum Analytics. Shortly after Quorum moved in, the space was featured in DC Inno’s Office Envy as a must-see space in the area.
Having outgrown the space, Quorum has relocated to new digs at 1111 19th Street, and the space is back on the market for a future lucky user. With a lease term through May 2021, this could be an ideal option for a start-up looking for a short-term, discounted, ready-to-go suite in a Class A building. Here are the details from my prior post:
Ask an architect to name you a few of their favorite office space designs and more often than not their own space will be included on that list. Used as platform to showcase the latest trends in workplace and design, architect offices almost always ooze in creativity, functionality and modern design. Walking through is like touring the most perfectly staged home on the market and thinking, if only I could take this completely as is!
Well, now’s your chance!
An incredible new sublease opportunity has just become available directly atop the Farragut Square Metro at 1050 Connecticut Avenue. Formerly occupied by a leading international architecture firm, the space comes equipped with all of the bells and whistles you’d expect. Occupied for less than a year, the 3,737 SF suite is in pristine condition and is fully furnished with brand new desks, chairs, workstations and conference room tables.
Ideal for tech, media, architectural and production use, the suite is nearly completely open with large individual workbenches and varied huddle rooms. The ring of workbenches strategically surround a center core of collaborative stations aimed to accommodate different meeting sizes and work preferences. Each of the three central meeting rooms has a different layout; one with a high table top, another with comfortable lounge furniture, and the third with more traditional conference furniture. The beauty is that each of the collaborative stations give the user a choice as to how they prefer to work.
In addition to the huddle rooms, there is a large glass conference room directly adjacent to the suite entry that can comfortably accommodate 12-20 people. The conference room has a collapsible partition, allowing for guests to spill into the rest of the suite, which is perfect hosting events.
The finishes should also be noted, which consist of beautiful dark wood floors, glass walls throughout, a mosaic tiling backsplash of the DC Metrorail in the pantry area and exposed ceilings. There is just about 5 years remaining on the lease term, so plenty of time to make this spot your new home.
If you’d like more information, please CONTACT US and we are happy to arrange a tour!!