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WeWork Apollo in DC’s H Street Corridor is the first location in Northeast DC, contributing 32,000 sq ft. of sunlight-flooded, collaborative working space to the neighborhood thinkers and creators.  The design of WeWork Apollo aligns with the growing artistic vibe of the area – like a renewed community theatre. Custom murals and vibrant local artworks bring energy to the building’s private offices, conference rooms and common areas. Members can enjoy the WeWork Apollo rooftop, and grab a Commonwealth Joe nitro cold brew, La Colombe coffee, and local beer on tap in our common area every day.

This global network of workspaces allows for companies and people to grow together. They transform buildings into dynamic environments for creativity, focus, and connection. More than simply a place to work, though, these co-working spaces are largely movements toward humanizing work. Their goal is to create a world where people make a life, not just a living. More people want to work on the projects they’re passionate about in an energetic environment, where others are also working hard to bring their ideas to life.

They believe in creating spaces where people can connect and create meaning together, while using space more effectively and efficiently. This way, we are better equipped to face the challenges of today and tomorrow. Amidst cultural shifts — like globalization, mass urbanization, technological revolution, the emergence of the millennial workforce, and the shift towards meaning — WeWork creates communities of likeminded people who believe we are better together

Any company can succeed in a WeWork space. The collaborative and inspiring community attracts small companies looking to grow as well as large enterprises looking to innovate. WeWork is a solution that bends and flexes to a company’s needs, regardless of size or infrastructure. If you come with a mindset that is open to social engagement and the prospect of being part of a developing community – something bigger than any one individual – they you will significantly benefit from WeWork and our community.

As an urban, stylish destination for bike lovers throughout the city, the Daily Rider is conveniently located directly below The Apollo.

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This global network of workspaces allows for companies and people grow together. They transform buildings into dynamic environments for creativity, focus, and connection.

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The 40,000 square-foot-store is the latest large-scale development in this vibrant corridor. Focusing on local offerings, Whole Foods has many unique vendors and products, while staying true to its local roots.