Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has been a long-standing, contributing member of the Dupont/Logan area. Fourteen years ago, they were pioneers on 17th Street, and they are once again on the leading edge with a new location on 14th Street. They saw the enormous potential of the area back when they first made the commitment to move more than two years ago. Now, both the 14th Street Corridor and new Coldwell Banker office are booming.
The location is not the only notable advantage, though. The office space has been designed by award-winning architecture firm Clark Nexsen to maximize both aesthetics and functionality. At just over 4,100 square feet, the new space features an “Agent Studio” with communal workspaces, hoteling desks and state-of-the-art technology. This is not an old-school real estate office, but more like what you’d expect for the headquarters of a tech start-up.
The most important feature of the new space is that it better enables Coldwell Banker to give back to this vibrant community. Coldwell Banker has always been a committed supporter of local arts and charitable organizations, and the Dupont/Logan office has been specifically designed to enhance that commitment. Three conjoined conference rooms are separated by continuous glass accordion wall partitions that can open completely, creating one dynamic education/event space that flows to a large outdoor patio. With monthly events already on the calendar, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage won’t just be present in the neighborhood – they’ll be part of it.
The Dupont/Logan office currently has approximately 65 associates, fourteen of which were named in The Washingtonian’s Top Realtors for 2016. From one-on-one coaching and weekly trainings to personal business planning for agents of all levels, the support the office offers is unbeatable. They also provide free, in-house marketing support. Coldwell Banker’s extensive network also includes 84,000 independent sales associates stationed in 3,000 offices in more than 47 countries and territories. Their listings appear on more than 725 websites, reaching a potential 16 million viewers daily.
The office is located at 1617 14th Street NW, and can be reached at 202.387.6180. If you are interested in a career in real estate and would like to be part of this exciting, state-of-the-art work environment, give Kevin McDuffie a call today at 202.439.2435.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/coldwell_banker_brings_innoative_technology_international_reach_to_14th_str/11268
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