By Corina Stef
Following its recent expansion into Philadelphia and Chicago, national coworking community MakeOffices added a new location to its Washington, D.C. portfolio. The 32,000-square-foot Logan Exchange marks the firm’s seventh location in the area.
The seven-story asset is located at 1509 16th St. NW and was built in 1910. The landlord, MRP Realty, invested $4 million in renovations to the property, managing to keep its vintage feeling due to refurbished exposed brick walls, vinyl hardwood floors, exposed ceilings and multiple fireplaces. Additionally, the property features affordable, move-in-ready workspaces with all-inclusive amenities.
- Bike storage
- 19 dedicated parking spaces
- Conference and event spaces
- Community kitchens
- Locker room with showers
- Business-class printers and copiers
- Dog-friendly and dog-free floors
- State-of-the-art network
- Private cloud and server space options
Situated in the city’s richly historic Logan Square neighborhood, Logan Exchange is surrounded by restaurants, bars, the Logan Circle Whole Foods market, theaters and museums. It is also close to multiple metro and bus stations that provide easy access throughout the entire area.
The property is 60 percent occupied by tenants such as delivery service provider Postmates, robotics firm Starship Technologies and location data firm Mapbox.
“MakeOffices at Logan Exchange fills a glaring void for office space within this still-burgeoning neighborhood between Dupont and Logan circles,” MakeOffices CEO Zach Wade said in a prepared statement.
MakeOffices has previously signed a 45,000-square-foot lease at the $2 billion The Wharf development in D.C.
Images courtesy of MakeOffice