UberOffices will take up 40,000 square feet over two floors in the development at Sunset Hills Road and Town Center Parkway.
Coworking spaces will be available in September, says UberOffices CEO Raymond Rahbar.
RTC West is a forthcoming project from JBG that will turn some existing ground floor office space (15,000 square feet) and add about 25,000 square feet of retail to what is currently an office park.
The addition of RTC West brings amenities closer to where the Reston Town Center Metro stop will eventually open in early 2019.
The development has already signed a major retail tenant: Cooper’s Hawk Winery. The Chicago-based restaurant and bar will take over nearly 10,000 square feet of space.
Rahbar says expanding to Reston is an important addition for the company, which has co-working spaces in Rosslyn, Tysons Corner, Bethesda and Dupont Circle.
“Reston Town Center has been one of the most important business parks not just in the region but also in the country,” he said. “We are very excited to be able to expand here.”
Co-working spaces offer small businesses, startup and other companies office space in a collaborative environment. Tenants can lease anything from a single desk for $300 a month to a 12-person office. There are shared amenities such as lounges, conference rooms, quiet call rooms and kitchens.
Visit UberOffices’ website for pricing and more information.
Note: UberOffices is a Local News Now advertiser.
Photo: UnderOffices Tysons Corner/Credit: UberOffices
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