A unit at WeLive Crystal City
It has been a long time coming, but we now know what the inside of Crystal City’s WeLive development looks like.
Today, UrbanTurf is taking readers inside WeLive Crystal City, WeWork’s first residential offering in the DC area. Tomorrow, we will delve into what it is like to live there.
A living area.
WeLive is one of the first communities intended to take the co-working concept and extend it to communal residential living, more similar to a dormitory than a group house. As an offshoot of WeWork, which has dozens of co-working spaces nationwide, WeLive offers a shared living experience that aims to appeal to those looking to benefit from the shared responsibility and convenience of its many amenities and fully-furnished units.
A studio unit at WeLive Crystal City
The communal kitchen
WeLive Crystal City will have a shared chef’s kitchen, where some meals will be planned ahead of time, free coffee and beer, and other amenities like a yoga studio, a full-time concierge, housekeeping services, community events, and bundled utilities.
Below are more images of the new development, which will welcome residents this month.
Another view of the kitchen
Studio sleeping area
All photos courtesy of WeLive Crystal City.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/first_look_inside_welive_crystal_city/11179
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