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Rosslyn’s former Artisphere will become Spaces, a coworking space

The coworking space will offer a gym and outdoor patio

The former Artisphere location in Rosslyn, Virginia.
Photo via Ron Cogswell

With an opening expected for November of this year, the former “doomed from the start” Rosslyn, Virginia, art space, known as Artisphere, will reopen as a coworking space, known as Spaces. Artisphere closed in 2015 after five years of business and nearly 1,000 art programs in order to save the county about $2.5 million a year.

Already, there is a Spaces in the D.C. area, located in the former Uline Arena at 1140 3rd Street NE. This coworking company originated in Amsterdam with a focus on offering designer desks, tables, and sofas with prices starting at $249 per month. The D.C. location opened in April 2017.

For the location in Rosslyn, Virginia, Spaces will feature 22,000 square feet of office space, event space, a gym, and an outdoor patio, as reported by ARLnow.

All renderings via Spaces

‘Spaces’ Coworking Space Opening This Fall in Fmr. Artisphere [ARLnow]

Former Artisphere to reopen as co-working space later this year [Washington Business Journal]

Artisphere: ‘Doomed from the start’ [The Washington Post]

The Artisphere Is Closing. Who Should You Blame? [Washingtonian]

Artisphere [Official Website]