It has been a long time coming, but WeWork is finally on the verge of letting people in on their WeLive co-living community in Crystal City.
On Wednesday afternoon, WeWork members in DC received an email to join the WeLive waitlist, which the company dubbed a “New Way of Living.” The first 100 people to join the waitlist will receive information about the company’s first co-living community to open in the DC area.
In 2015, the communal office developer and Vornado/Charles E. Smith received approval to convert Crystal Plaza 6, a vacant office building in Crystal City at 2221 S. Clark Street into two floors of co-working office space with 216 micro apartments on the upper floors. The WeLive concept is already being tested at the company’s Wall Street location in Manhattan.
If the Crystal City location is anything like the Wall Street location, renters can expect fully furnished, but small, apartments, a monthly cleaning service included in the rent, a common area with a yoga studio and a community manager that organizes things ranging from Sunday-night suppers to game nights.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/wework_launches_waitlist_for_co-living_space_in_crystal_city/10969.
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