Industrious Opens 7th DC Coworking Space

The 40,000-square-foot location is part of the 10-acre City Ridge development.

14 Ridge Square NW. Image by Maxwell MacKenzie, courtesy of Industrious

Industrious has opened a new, 40,000-square-foot flex office space in Washington, D.C., marking the company’s seventh location in the metro. The space is part of City Ridge, a 10-acre mixed-use development by Roadside Development and North America Sekisui House LLC.

The coworking location at 14 Ridge Square NW comprises 515 dedicated desks, 125 offices—suitable for both private individuals and teams of up to 20 members—13 conference rooms, two focus rooms, 21 modular phone booths and two printer stations. Tenants also have access to mail services, community events, outdoor space, daily breakfast and craft coffee.

Completed in 2022, City Ridge encompasses 154,000 square feet of retail space, 160,000 square feet of office space and four residential buildings totaling 690 units. Tenants have access to the property’s retailers, including a 30,000-square-foot Equinox, Wegmans grocery store, King Street Oyster Bar, Tatte Bakery & Café and Taco Bamba.

Situated within the historic neighborhood of Tenleytown, the cowoking space is some 3.5 miles northwest of downtown and in proximity of several bus lines. The location is also close to several retail and dining options.

Just last year, the flex company opened another, 41,245-square-foot coworking space in Washington, D.C., dubbed Industrious Capital Riverfront. The flex office provider has been active in other markets, as well. Recently, it has unveiled plans for a 20,910-square-foot location in Phoenix, slated to open in September.

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