Rethink how and where you work

The way we work has changed. Here are the new offerings instead of working out of an office or at home.

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E-lofts, a new dual residential and commercial building managed by The Bozzuto Group, is changing the game when it comes to the way people in the area live and work by having renovated an old office building along Ford Avenue in Alexandria into a space where one can live, work or do both, all in the on-trend style of open-spaced lofts with high ceilings, walls of windows and large communal spaces. Read more here.

The Spaces
Work stations: open spaces; reserved desks; private offices for individual or small companies
Amenities: welcome desk; full, walk-in kitchen; bar/cafe with eight beer taps; 9,000 square feet of outdoor space with large balcony, tables, chairs, pingpong tables, shuffleboard and movie screen; atrium with green space, seating and bocce court; board games; adult coloring books and crayons, paints and art books; wellness room; fitness center

Crystal City and Tysons
Work stations: private offices; hot desks; private desks
Amenities: common areas; conference rooms; outdoor picnic tables; professional and social events; on-site staff; phone booths; kitchen with micro-roast coffee, fruit water, tea and beer on tap; printing stations; arcade room (Crystal City) and game lounge (Tysons); mother’s room and/or wellness room; honesty market (Tysons)

Work stations: meeting rooms; open desks; conference rooms
Amenities: phone booth; mail room; kitchen; event space; demo days; and weekly happy hours

Arlington (coming June 2018)
Work stations: private, interconnecting office suites; open coworking desks; productivity spaces; conference rooms; collaboration lounges
Amenities: rooftop terrace; bike storage; locker rooms and showers;

Notaviva Coworking
Work stations: shared desks, dedicated offices, pond-side seating
Amenities: kitchen with coffee, teas and snacks; private patio; hiking trails; meditation tree house

(January 2018)