WeWork is expanding in North Virginia

The co-working giant has leased space in an office tower in Rosslyn

Dec.December 29, 2018 01:00 PM

CEB Tower, Adam Neumann (Credit: The Rosslyn Business Improvement District, Getty)

WeWork’s North Virginia expansion continues with a new 83,000 square foot lease in Rosslyn, North Virginia.

The co-working giant will occupy four floors at developer JBG Smith’s new CEB Tower, according to Washington’s Top News.

The new lease is part of a burgeoning empire WeWork is building in the area, which will also house one of Amazon’s new headquarters. WeWork also has offices in Crystal City, Tysons Corner and in seven different buildings throughout the D.C. area.

Real estate investment trust JBG Smith is Crystal City’s largest owner of commercial real estate. [WTN] — Erin Hudson

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