With winter coming, many wardrobes are being changed from tees to scarves and flannels. Cove has also changed up its wardrobe this season with brand new amenities for everyone to take advantage of! Mail services and lockers are now being offered to our members beginning in DC and extending to all locations soon to accommodate everyone’s postcards and backpacks that may clutter your space. We at cove, are always looking to provide the utmost workplace experience to our members and welcome suggestions to make our spaces more productive for you. Across Boston and DC, cove has grown to be the areas’ most comprehensive co-working spaces fit for all types of professionals looking to get things done.
Getting interviewed by Voice of America at cove, a DC shared workspace.
Jenna Hornsby is a development associate for the Abraham Path Initiative. You’re probably thinking, “Abraham Path? What is that?” Jenna gets that a lot— I clicked into her cove profile, and under ‘What I’m doing at cove’ she writes, “Building a long-distance walking trail across the middle east. Yeah, ask me about it.” And so I did.
December means a few things: spiced peppermint lattes, last minute Amazon prime shopping, and the end to another exciting, challenging, and fulfilling year of cove. cove, a DC-based startup, is on a mission to make people more productive in the neighborhoods where they live, work, and play. We are building a network of physical “productive spaces” fueled by an online and offline community of your neighbors. We strive to make work—well—less like work. No one really likes to work, but everyone wants to be productive.
A sleeker interface. Faster load times. Search for fellow members. And more. That’s right, folks, it’s here! Version 2.2.1 of cove's app is now available on the App Store and Google Play. This latest release introduces several much-anticipated features. Here's a comprehensive look at what to expect.
Going from a large consulting firm to a small startup company can be a drastic change, and it tests the way you get productive. Karen Doster, DC city manager for cove, says that she is most productive in ‘environments with deadlines,’ which there is no shortage of in her position. After working at Penn Schoen Berland as a project manager for 2 years, Karen made the switch to cove, a DC-based startup that was just hitting its first year of existence when she joined the team. As a company all about productivity, Karen has some light to shed on how she gets things done.
Just over two years ago on September 17, 2013, cove opened the doors to its first location in DC, and our first member walked through those doors. And here we are, just over two years later, with eight locations in DC and one in Boston, with a second on the way. Let’s face it—no one likes to work, but everyone likes to be productive, especially surrounded by others focused on getting things done. That’s why we’re bringing cove-style productive to more and more people every day.