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Why Office Parks are No Place to Plant Your Business

Posted by Griffin Suber


When shopping for office space, it’s easy
 to get so wrapped up in conference rooms and amenities that you lose sight of one of the most critical aspects to consider: where the building actually is! There could be a chocolate fondue fountain in every office but that doesn’t mean anything if your building is hidden in some dull office park in the middle of nowhere.

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Topics: Office Space DC, networking, office location, Traditional Office Space

Don't Be Fooled by Shell Space

Posted by Griffin Suber


A good office space is like a good employee: no hidden strings, no excuses, and ready to start working for you immediately. Shell space, in the world of workplaces, can seem similar to the employee who trumped up their resume. Unfurnished and unfinished, shell space takes on all the responsibility without any of the qualifications; often leaving you on the hook for more work than expected.

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Topics: Co-Working, Shared Office Space DC, Startups DC, Serviced Office Space, Traditional Office Space

Does It Matter Where We Work?

Posted by Griffin Suber


As with the rest of society, modern technology has changed the way we do business. We work through clouds now; we communicate via dropboxes and video conferencing. Our new digital tools make it so easy to connect remotely that face-to-face interactions, and putting on a tie or makeup to do so, can seem more like a chore than a necessity. Not all companies are created equal and not all employees interact with clients (or each other) on a daily basis. The ease of remote accessibility has led to a spike in telecommuters and many young organizations are taking note of the advantages.

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Topics: Flexible Office Space, Virtual Offices, Shared Office Space DC

Celebrating a Century of National Parks

Posted by Griffin Suber


Last week, the nation’s National Park Service turned 100 capping off a century of
conservation, recreation, and historic preservation. Without our national parks, the District of Colombia would feel less like a historical hometown and more like a place where interns congregate in the summer. The District’s unique parks provide a balance to the city, they provide lush green spaces and attractive waterways in a city of marble and monuments. From forests to colonial homes, the National Parks of the District are accessible before work or after and are a stone’s throw from the city’s major business centers.

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Topics: News

In the News: AdvantEdge Perseveres as DC’s Shared Office Space Provider

Posted by Erika Bizjak


AdvantEdge Business Centers, a leader in the Washington, D.C. executive office suites and  shared office space industry for over 27 years, is excited to announce its second expansion at 2101 L St. NW within a 3-month period.

On the heels of a 23,000 sq. ft. expansion in May of 2016, Founder and CEO Prakash Gavri, has continued the growth streak at 2101 L St. NW by adding an additional 5,000 sq. ft. of office space. This latest addition will bring Gavri’s holdings to an impressive 78,000 sq. ft. at the 21st and L Street center.

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Topics: Office Space DC, Shared Office Space DC, News, Expansion, Business Growth, Press Release

Think You Don’t Have Enough Time to Exercise? Try These 4 Quick Ways to Work Fitness into the Busiest of Days

Posted by Malaika Newman


We all have coworkers who seem to have it all together—including what seems like an impossible exercise routine. We imagine them waking up at 5 AM and tossing together a body and mind nourishing smoothie, heading out for a run while watching the sun rise, and still managing to arrive early at the office with the kind of glow you can’t pay for. Or maybe they use their lunch hour for a local yoga class, hit the gym for a session with a personal trainer after the day ends, or any other number of time-consuming fitness activities.

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Topics: Healthy Office, tips & tricks, fitness

Top 3 Tips to Scoring Exceptional Summer Help

Posted by Griffin Suber


Summer is underway, which means the city is swimming in recent graduates and interns. If your small business is looking to expand (or finally alphabetize those files) then additional summer help can be the perfect way for your company to move forward. But the job market is a big sea with a great many college-educated fish which is why we’ve compiled this list of tips to ensure you lure the right candidates.

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Topics: Co-Working, Expansion, hiring, tips & tricks

Productivity Hack #434: The Pomodoro Technique

Posted by Griffin Suber


The Pomodoro Technique is a technique designed to bolster productivity in a way that won’t leave you exhausted and cuddling the coffee pot in the break room. Most people can only work for so long before walls pop up and obstacles combine in the mind and create anxiety. The Pomodoro Technique allows you to come up for air and keep a clear head by prioritizing natural human behavior and health.

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Topics: Healthy Office, Business Hacks, Business Growth, productivity, tips & tricks

How Going Virtual Benefits a Growing Business

Posted by Griffin Suber


In business, appearances matter. Whether it’s answering your own calls or scribbling your phone number on a cocktail napkin instead of being ready with a business card, professionalism can be a looming hurdle between new businesses and future growth. Acquiring virtual office space offers an inexpensive solution to such obstacles by providing professional services to emerging organizations. From an air of legitimacy to organizational assistance, virtualization can revolutionize the way your small business or startup is perceived.

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Topics: Virtual Offices, Startups DC, Expansion, Business Growth, Small Business

Even Small Businesses Take Big Steps: Things to Know When Shopping for Office Space

Posted by Griffin Suber


So you’ve done it: you started your own business. You’ve taken the leap. The next steps can be as exciting as they are terrifying but now that your organization has taken off, it and you will need to adapt on the fly. The name of the game is efficiency and that means spending money on the things you need and saving on the things you don’t. Young companies, in their eagerness to get to work, too often fall into traditional models of doing business which can trap capital, stifle growth and leave employees ill-equipped to do their job.

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Topics: Flexible Office Space, Office Space, Shared Office Space DC, Executive Suites DC, Startups DC, Expansion

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