The workplace environment is rapidly changing — moving from well-starched shirts and pencil skirts to cozy knits and all-day espresso. But it’s so much more than appearance. Employees are demanding to move away from workplace formalities, and developers must come up with creative ways to accommodate these new workspace needs.
Carr Properties’ response to these changes has been to create warm and dynamic office hubs with flexible lease terms and ample amenities that create opportunities for established companies and start-ups alike. The new roll out of WaveOffice will foster a sense of community amidst a creative layout of tenant suites.
Their first wave of these high-end, ready-to-go suites will launch in the heart of Arlington at Clarendon Square (3033 Wilson Boulevard). Once completed, WaveOffice will boast eight (8) move-in ready suites with lease terms starting at 1+ year(s) and low monthly leases that encourage the cultivation and future of how we work.
The WaveOffice (or “Wo.” for those of you who prefer nicknames) community will include: two 10-person conference rooms with 65-inch monitors and Barco Clickshare connectivity; wireless 30/30Mb internet connection provided to each suite; abundant informal gathering areas with soft seating; curated music playlist in Common Areas; two kitchens equipped with refrigerator, dishwasher, ice maker, microwave, Starbucks coffee machine, Bevi-filtered and sparking water machine; and ‘pod’ work areas.
Additionally, Wo. tenants will have access to Clarendon Square’s brand-new building amenities — a lounge area with fireplaces and comfy seating, bike lockers/bike area for those over-achieving commuters, a state-of-the-art fitness center and a café accessible from the tenant-only lounge.
Carr Properties is transforming the way people work into a tangible reality.
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36TH FESTIVAL ARGENTINO
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Sat, June 3rd I 3:30 pm / Shows 5:50 pm I Kenmore Auditorium I Glencarlyn
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