Washington DC is a fantastic option for freelancers and contractors that work with the government and non-profit organisations in the metro area. The U.S. capital has a diverse economy: outside of the government, which is the main employer in the area, DC is home to many foreign embassies and Fortune 500 businesses are also beginning to move into the central business district.
If you love working in historic neighbourhoods, our desks in the old Flour Mill building in Georgetown combine all the creative charm of a historic area with the modern facilities of our first-class business centres. Close to many of the Smithsonian Institution parks and museums, this co-working space is highly sought-after by creative professionals.
If you often host clients but do not need a full-time meeting space, many Regus co-working spaces also offer bookable meeting rooms where you can pay by the hour for a fully furnished, ready to use space. When the time comes to upgrade to a larger space, our serviced offices are found in the same buildings as the co-working lounges, meaning you can expand your business from a familiar location.