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Washington, D.C.
Regus 601 Pennsylvania Avenue
Regus 601 Pennsylvania Avenue
601 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, South Building, Suite 900, Washington, District of Columbia 20004, USA

With the Federal Trade Commission and Justice Department as near neighbours, 601 Pennsylvania Avenue is an exceptional location within walking distance of the District of Columbia Moulrtie Courthouse, the Verizon center and China Town. This magnificent office building has a powerful and convenient address, and its balcony offers stunning views of the capitol. The Avenue is a top Washington location for trade associations, lobbying groups and corporations, with the centres of all three branches of the federal government in the district. Washington is home to 174 foreign embassies, and the headquarters of the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, Organization of American States, the Inter-American Development Bank and the Pan American Health Organization. Many companies such as law firms, non-profit organizations, trade unions, and professional associations choose Washington for the headquarters to be close to the government. It has two Fortune 500 companies and three further Fortune 1000 companies, and was ranked second in a list of best long-term housing markets in the country.

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from $93/mo
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from $340/mo
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from $503/mo
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Kamal Nawash
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a year ago
I recently signed up with Regus in Washington DC. I met with a Regus manager and I informed him that I was looking for an office with a phone answering service, copy machine and fax line included in my rental fee which is the same setup I had with my previous landlord. I was told that “I am at the right place.” I was quoted a price of approximately $1275 for an “all inclusive” office that includes a “phone answering service with unlimited calls in the United States.” I was specifically told that when I receive a call the receptionist would answer the phone, ask who was on the phone and announce the call to me. I was also given a “deal” if I signed up for two years that I would be able to make copies at 5 cents per copy and I was shown the kitchen and told I will be able to use kitchen services for coffee and water, all included in my rental fee of $1275. With the above terms in mind, I signed up for a two year lease to start on October 16, 2017. Approximately three weeks prior to the commencement of my lease term, I visited the office space to meet the new area manager and that is when I learned that most of the representations made to me were false. In other words, I was defrauded. During my conversation with the new area manager, I discovered that my rent did NOT include a phone answering service, did NOT include use of the kitchen and did NOT include use of the copy machine at 5 cents per copy. I was now told that I do get a phone but I would have to pay extra to have my phone answered. I was also told that I would have to pay a monthly fee to use the kitchen and I would have to pay 15 cents per copy to use the copy machine.
George Skoptsov
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a year ago
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