McLean, VA – (May, 2015) – Metro Offices, the region’s leading provider of shared office space with locations in Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland, expanded today with the opening of its 10th location at the premier Greensboro Station Place in Tysons Corner, located 1765 Greensboro Station Place, Suite 900.
“This hybrid shared space is the compilation of our years of local experience and of being one step ahead of what our clients need – both in terms of location and amenities,” said Kathlene Buchanan, Founder and CEO, Metro Offices. “Metro Offices was born out of an entrepreneurial drive to succeed. I see that same drive in so many of our clients. This new Center represents the entrepreneurial spirt and was designed so that any business can walk in, get to work and imagine limitless opportunities.”
The unique shared space spans 21,000 square feet and is easily accessible via the Silver Line Metro. Just 10 miles from Washington, D.C., the wide range of residential communities, dining, entertainment and shopping options makes this location the ideal live, work and play destination. Metro Offices’ locations continue to evolve in design and offerings based on the changing needs of its clients. In the age of mobile working, remote working and distributed workers, Metro Offices continues to be a go-to place in the region where professionals can feel connected and stimulated by being surrounded with other like-minded professionals.
As we celebrate Small Business Week, Metro Offices prides itself on having helped more than 30,000 local clients succeed over the past 26 years.
Team building and maintaining corporate culture is more important than ever, particularly in a shared space environment. That’s why Metro Offices created an onsite Game Room, featuring local beer and seating to socialize. The space also features a tranquil Relaxation Room. This quiet corner provides a spot for reflection and rejuvenation throughout the day. Being quick to adapt, this strategic location in Tysons Corners offers new features like “Buzzi Walls” – which are versatile and flexible zip-up walls that can be configured in any way to provide the optimal space configuration where teams can collaborate.
“There is a surge in demand for flexible workspaces at Greensboro Station and that is why we are excited to open here,” says Buchanan. “More than anything, clients value the ability to choose how they work every day; that is what we offer at our new hybrid center, along with the exceptional customer service our clients expect from Metro Offices. We customize all spaces and agreement terms to meet the needs of today’s agile workforce.