Need an office for a Top Secret meeting? Venture to Venture X, opening soon in Fairfax.
Venture X’s new high-end coworking space is opening in Fairfax’s Mosaic District and offers many amenities other flex spaces do not, including secure facilities for those performing top secret work.
A tour Venture X’s 28,000-square-foot site — housing some 112 private offices — reveals luxury furniture, high-end finishes, lounge areas, 24-hour access, and comfortable collaboration spaces as well as oversized meeting rooms large enough for small-to-medium company-wide retreats, board meetings, and workshops.
Today’s flex space workers expect reliable, high-speed internet, but Venture X takes it to the next level by offering network security approved for secret-level government and corporate work. Venture X also offers a large, separate secure area specifically designed for a single company to occupy while performing top secret assignments.
The Mosaic location is convenient to the town center’s many amenities, including restaurants, bars, and shopping. It is also convenient to the Orange Line’s Dunn Loring Metro station — now connecting to Dulles International Airport via the Silver Line — as well as easy access to I-495 and Arlington Boulevard/Route 50. Learn more about the location and be sure to check out the floorplan!
Venture X, an internationally franchised company, designs its luxury accommodations for a diverse and varied membership that seeks to expand in-place and inspire its teams to achieve success. Venture in soon.
Venture X is located at 3060 Williams Drive, Suite 300, in Fairfax’s Mosaic District. See a testimonial video about Venture X. To schedule a tour or to learn more, call 703-952-5265 or see this website.
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