H Street will soon be home to a luxurious new workspace. Bond Collective, a design-driven shared office space brand from New York, will expand into Washington, D.C. next year. The D.C. Bond Collective location will be located at 609 H Street with a two-story space featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, a coworking area, coffee bar, upholstered nooks and meeting booths, fully equipped conference rooms, and lounge seating.
“We loved the H Street corridor,” CEO of Bond Collective Shlomo Silber told Curbed DC, noting that moving into Washington was a natural trajectory for the company, which is also expanding into Philadelphia.
The 30,000 square-foot location will have traditional offices ranging for 1 to 10 people, and scalable setups for teams of 10-50+ with custom floor plates. All 550 members will be able to use the building’s amenities, which include a private rooftop with views of the Capitol, a fully equipped gym and locker room, and bike storage. Bond Collective even waits to build out some of its amenity space, in order to see what members wish to see in the office.
Silber says that Bond Collective’s aesthetic will add something new to D.C.’s shared workspace market (There’s a WeWork at 810 7th Street NE down the street, after all). “It’s more mature millennial,” he said. “It’s less graffiti, ping pong and foosball. It’s a more high-design, hospitably driven space.”
The target opening open date for Bond Collective is in the first quarter of 2019.
- Bond Collective [Official Site]
- The D.C. area’s most beautiful coworking locations, mapped [Curbed DC]