TechSpace Holding Co., answering increasing demand for its flexible shared office space and technology services, today announced plans to expand into Arlington, Virginia in the Ballston area by opening its tenth TechSpace campus to be located at 4075 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22203. After a successful launch of Techspace in Houston, the new location is expected to open in June 2018. TechSpace Arlington will occupy the 8th floor located at Two Liberty Center on Wilson Boulevard across the street from the pending Ballston Quarter development – a mixed-use “urban village”. The offices will provide views with natural light and members will have access to various building amenities including a rooftop terrace, bike storage, locker rooms and showers.
“Our new Arlington location extends TechSpace’s heritage of delivering extraordinary flexible, modern office space and technology services to all businesses as well as enterprise companies,” said Victor Memenas, Chief Executive Officer for TechSpace. “We’re excited to bring our model of creative flexible office space and collaborative social experience combined with our exceptional customer service to the Arlington community.”
TechSpace Arlington will feature 20,000 square feet with floor plans designed to promote worker productivity in a collaborative, community-centric environment. The campus will feature 56 private, interconnecting office suites totaling 198 workstations as well as open co-working desks and multiple productivity spaces including fully-equipped conference rooms and collaboration lounges to provide businesses of all sizes a best in class office experience.
TechSpace Arlington will be prominently positioned along the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor within easy reach of Washington DC, The Pentagon, Tyson Corner, Maryland Suburbs, the Ballston-MU Metro, I-66 and Route 50. The campus is also close to retailers including Sweetgreen, Taylor Gourmet and celebrity Chef Mike Isabella’s 3 concept restaurants, Kapnos Taverna, Pepeita and Yona. This campus will join nine existing TechSpace locations in New York City, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco, California and Austin and Houston Texas.
“TechSpace Arlington will allow us to expand our outstanding customer service and highly flexible, low-commitment model to many more companies seeking to grow their businesses without the burdens of long-term leases and unnecessary capital investment,” said Memenas