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Farragut Workspaces in The Blake Building
1025 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, D.C., 20036 (not for mail)
Farragut Workspaces (part of DC Workspaces) is located in The Blake Building, mid-block, on the east side of Connecticut Ave., between K Street and L Streets, NW. My office is on the 10th floor.
The orange, blue, and red lines all stop within two blocks of my office. Use the Farragut West Station (17th St. exit) on the orange and blue lines. On the red line, exit the Farragut North Station (K St. exit), and turn right to walk up Connecticut Ave.
Since on-street parking in downtown DC is often limited to one hour and challenging to find, parking garages along L Street are a convenient, if costly, alternative. Among other in-building garages in the neighborhood, consider the Blake Building garage, where my office is located. Entrance is on L Street between Connecticut Ave. and 17th Street NW on the right side. Once inside the garage, you’ll see a door near the entrance on the right that exits to the lobby where you’ll find elevators to the 10th floor.
Most 30 series buses and many other routes (43, 42, S1, S2, S4, N2, N4, Circulator) stop within a few blocks of the office.
I meet with clients at my office by appointment only, usually weekday afternoons. That timing can be adjusted depending on clients’ needs. Other arrangements may sometimes be made in downtown DC.
Shorter consultations for DC area clients may include email, phone, and sometimes Skype. For clients outside the DC area, we can discuss how best to proceed.
Most in-person meetings are one hour, except for an occasional two-hour meeting when we address complex matters such as synthesizing your profile or work description. Plan to meet once every 2–3 weeks over several months to sustain your momentum and progress. We can also move more rapidly when you wish.
We would like to thank Andrew Winter for graciously allowing us to use his photo of the bridge throughout the website.