Douglas Development, a real estate development firm based in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area, announced today the addition of a new office location being added to their recently debuted collection, The Mark.
“The Mark is a truly unique offering unlike anything else in the co-working market. The high level of hospitality and services offered to professionals was at the core of bringing The Mark to life and into our portfolio,” says Matthew Jemal, Managing Principal at Douglas Development. “While a desk, printing and coffee station are essential to a workspace, our aim is to keep employees and employers entertained, engaged and focused, while contributing to an overall healthier working style.”
Details about the new The Mark location below:
Chinatown, 718 7th Street NW Washington, D.C. 20001:
- The building features brick, concrete and warm wood details complemented by light-filled floor-to-ceiling windows.
- Amenities include top-tier technology, seamless service, a podcast room, private phone booths, a rooftop terrace, a high-tech event space, and more.
- In addition to the designated desks and touchdown workstations, a variety of lounges will be available giving people access to outdoor relaxation spaces.
- Available: Private offices, designated desks, touchdown workspaces.
“Our Chinatown location is housed across the street from Gallery Place-Chinatown Metro, and in the center of the go-to DC entertainment venue Capital One Arena,” says Arthur Samofalov, Managing Director at The Mark. “Joining our recently debuted locations, Wonder Bread Factory at 641 S. Street and Manhattan Laundry, located at 1328 Florida Avenue, Chinatown offers yet another seamless and affordable solution for working professionals coming to the D.C. Metro area from all over,” concludes Jemal.
On the heels of this news, Douglas Development is slated to open a fourth location at their recently acquired space, 515 King St. The Mark offers three membership options ranging from private offices, touchdown workstations and designated desks. Virtual tours of the three properties are also available online.