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Tysons
1775 Tysons Blvd Tysons VA 22102
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Nestled among two world-class shopping centers, WeWork Tysons is a model of convenience for Washington, DC coworking space. Occupying three floors in a glass-front, LEED-certified building, WeWork Tysons boasts modern workspace in a family-friendly part of town. With the corporate headquarters of Hilton and Booz Allen Hamilton close by, your business is in good company. Tons of great eating options like Shake Shack give you a well-deserved mid-day break, and easy access to parking, bike racks, the Metro, and bus transit make commuting the easiest part of your day. At WeWork Tysons, you can find a true professional home.
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Hot Desk
Per person
$300/mo
Dedicated Desk
Per person
$500/mo
Private Offices
1 Seat
$670/mo
2 Seats
$1,280/mo
3 Seats
$1,800/mo
4 Seats
$2,000/mo
5 Seats
$2,950/mo
6 Seats
$2,800/mo
7 Seats
$3,800/mo
8 Seats
$4,250/mo
9 Seats
$4,750/mo
10 Seats
$5,400/mo
11+ Seats
From $5,850/mo
21+ Seats
From $12,100/mo
Directions
"Tysons Corner Station" off the Silver line of the Washington Metro
Garage Parking
Capital Beltway Outer Loop (495); High 267 (Dulles Access Road)
Galleria Drive stop on the Fairfax Connector line
Bike storage available at the Metro stop
Building Amenities
Onsite Staff
Cleaning Services
Phone Booths
Fruit Water
Conference Rooms
Printing
High Speed Internet
Micro-Roasted Coffee
Professional & Social Events
Unique Common Areas
Google Reviews
Liv Sagan
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a month ago
I have never left a WeWork office feeling disappointed. However, this location definitely creates that feeling. The main drawbacks for this office are: 1) Parking My spot was a 10 minute walk from my office. When we made our final hire before moving our office, we were never given any sort of warning that there may be not parking for her, or that it was running low. We instead spent $12/day to reimburse for the remaining 3 weeks at this location. Any questions we had were frequently met with shoulder shrugs, or "let me loop in my manager" who never gave a straight answer. 2) Management While some members of management were great in person, there was a definite feeling of disorganization. Issues or concerns would require multiple messages to be resolved. Genuine problems would be solved passive aggressively. Simple questions could become huge challenges if a new staff member was involved. The facilities staff (black t-shirts) were never anything but helpful and lovely, but few lasted long due to odd shifts and a poor work environment. 3) Traffic Traffic in Tysons is always terrible, but getting out of this location by car and onto a main road can take up to 30 minutes. It was a serious quality of life impact for my company that we didn't anticipate before moving in. Those commuting from just half a mile away from this location would have half the drive time we did. 4) Lack of a Culture of Responsibility One of the things I have always loved about WeWork offices is the feeling that we were all in this together. As someone who has visited, worked from, and rented space at other locations I have always found this to be the case. This location lacked any sort of culture. Instead basic rules were ignored, trash was left everywhere, fixtures were broken. Instead of creating a strategy to improve these issues, management sent out small sections in an email asking people to put their cups in the drawer. 5) Lack of Care for Smaller Residents We were a roughly 10 person team. When larger teams would move in (temporarily or permanently) they would get to experience many of the services and perks that were promised to us, but forgotten once we moved in. Items like privacy shielding on hallway glass, logos on the door, or just a higher level of service. When we left, many of the smaller businesses were also ready to bolt for the door for this reason alone. I want to genuinely thank the facilities staff who helped us when we couldn't find a solution to many of our issues, and who advocated for us when our door wouldn't lock/close/open for over two months. Because I know the type of experience we had is not typical for WeWork, I hope the corporate office is able to step in and make improvements on internal issues. Being one of the largest and best-known coworking companies in the world, I definitely expected better.
michael pearlstein
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in the last week
I work at an office here. The nitro cold brew is great, free beer is always top notch and the people are crazy nice. The little events they do every week are also sick
Andre Dupuis
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3 weeks ago
Very convenient. A great place to host a meeting. We were there for two full days. Very productive.
John Beveridge
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2 months ago
I've been a member since the opening in January 2017 and couldn't be more satisfied, Karrye and the rest of the team are super accommodating, the location and amenities are second to none and there's a metro stop right outside the front door. in addition to being a great workspace, there are plenty of networking opportunities. What else could you ask for? I highly recommend WeWork Tysons!
Shawn Masters
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4 months ago
It was a catchy, hip space with more in common with a Starbucks than an office. The general vibe feels more like a bag of sugar on top of ant hill than a space for getting work done. The level of activity could become white noise, but for meetings it was distracting as the halls around the glass walled conference rooms had constant motion and were distracting. I guess I don't get it. Why go for such a busy place to accomplish the goals of your business? There are nice affordable office suites a short drive away.
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