The Square at The Bowen Building: Our newest coworking space in Washington, D.C.
We recently announced that we are opening a coworking space in Washington, D.C. within the iconic Bowen Building, which is handily within walking distance of some of the coolest spots in the city. Washington, D.C. is known for its metropolitan charm with an abundance of culturally iconic monuments, museums, gastronomic destinations, and sporting activities. The Square at The Bowen Building is nestled in Downtown Washington, D.C, a chic cosmopolitan enclave that boasts a repertoire of places to see, eat, and do. Take a tour of our new neighborhood as we settle into our new home!
The Square at The Bowen Building - more than a coworking space in Washington, D.C.
Taking our concept of flex spaces to the east coast, The Square will soon be opening in The Bowen Building. We offer a balance of productivity and wellness with our array of amenities; from focus rooms, on-site support, and conference facilities to a fitness room, mothers’ room, breakfast and snacks, and weekly happy hours. We also have meeting rooms in Washington, D.C. by the hour or day. Our onsite team is there to support your business needs while organizing events to relax and network. Think coworking space in Washington, D.C. meets world-class hospitality!
CityCenterDCFor the shopaholics amongst you, this super luxe fashion haven is sure to be a hit. The outdoor complex houses brands such as Gucci, Jo Malone London, and Hermès, and is connected by breezeways making it a great place to wander along window shopping or treat yourself to something luxurious while on a break from our coworking space in Washington, D.C.
An art-centric hotel, the Conrad Hotel is one of the most iconic places to stay and eat. With a whole host of restaurants and an exquisite rooftop bar with views of downtown Washington, D.C, it’s the perfect venue for after-work cocktails or a dinner with friends.
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
The Ronald Reagan Building and Internation Trade Center is the first-ever federal building that is available for government and public use. Located on Pennsylvania Avenue, one of the famous streets in Washington, D.C., if not the US, it houses organizations that are involved in international trade and global relations. It also holds conferences, cultural events, and outdoor concerts.
National Museum of Women in the Arts
The first and only museum of its kind in the world, some of the most important contributions of women in the arts are showcased here. Over 1000 national and international contemporary and historic artists are featured. The building itself was constructed in 1908 and has a showstopping double staircase that adds to its grandeur. Currently undergoing restoration, it will be reopened in October 2023.
Off The Record
Within The Hay-Adams Hotel, which is across the street from The Whitehouse, Off The Record was chosen by Forbes as one of the best hotel bars in the world. Opened in 1928, the hotel has played host to some of the most famous faces in the world including the Obamas before the 2009 inauguration and Amelia Earheart. The bar is decorated with dramatic red walls that are studded with political caricatures and it serves old classic cocktails and light bites.
Merely steps away from The Whitehouse, The Hamilton is an eclectic establishment that is a gathering place for music, art, entertainment, and dining. It celebrates the life of Alexander Hamilton, who was an orphan that grew up to be a lawyer, banker, and founding father. Initially a federal building, it is now a sophisticated venue with a bohemian spirit and is particularly great for celebrations.
Old Ebbit Grill
The oldest saloon in Washington, D.C, it was established in 1856 when the innkeeper William E. Ebbit bought a boarding house. Some of the most influential political figures in US history have refreshed themselves in the inn, with President McKinley having lived there while in Congress and Presidents Ulysses S. Grant, Andrew Johnson, Grover Cleveland, Theodore Roosevelt, and Warren Harding all drank there.
Private Offices and Meeting rooms in Washington, D.C.
As well as coworking spaces in Washington, D.C., we offer a whole host of solutions to your needs. If you require a place to meet clients or host a team, you can rent a meeting or conference room by the hour or day - our facilities and services will provide you with a seamless experience from beginning to end. They can be easily booked directly through our online platform Or, if you need a space to work regularly away from other people, yet wish to enjoy all the other sociable perks, we also have private offices available. For larger groups, our Flex Suites and Enterprise Suites are perfect and can cater to 20-plus people. For solopreneurs, remote workers, and companies with hybrid policies, our dedicated desks and coworking spaces in Washington, D.C. offer a creative, fun, and focused environment with like-minded people.
So as you can see, The Square is in good company at The Bowen Building, where we offer coworking spaces in Washington, D.C., as well as private offices, meeting and conference rooms, and a comprehensive suite of amenities!