Industrious has announced it will be opening a new 42,768 square foot office in North Bethesda, Maryland, just outside of Washington D.C.
Industrious Pike & Rose will be part of the 24-acre Pike & Rose neighborhood that is being built by the Federal Realty Investment Trust.
The company will take up the fourth and fifth floors of the LEED Gold-certified building and offer 141 private suites, 11 conference rooms and 18 phone rooms.
The building will also feature contactless entry and a modern HVAC system to mitigate the risk of virus transmission.
“Industrious is focused on expanding its footprint in vibrant suburban areas like North Bethesda to provide comfortable, safe, low-commute workplace options to those looking for a flexible alternative to working from home,” said Justin Stewart, co-founder and president of Industrious. “North Bethesda also fits perfectly as a location for the hub-and-spoke model we’re seeing companies begin to implement across suburban markets, and Industrious is an ideal partner to help companies make this transition.”
This news indicates that the company will be looking to accommodate the growing amount of hub-and-spoke models.
This will be the company’s second location in Bethesda, along with seven others it has in D.C.-area buildings.