Here's the scoop at cove

Nov 10, 2016 3:03:45 PM

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    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.

    In Boston, our Kendall Square location has opened with extended hours for members looking to burn the midnight oil and keep productivity pumping. Boston members also have been able to frequent our coffee partner barismo for that extra oomph of energy during the workday.

    In DC, major renovations have taken place at three of our locations, resulting in a new and improved coveDC. Chinatown got some new callboxes, more quiet and social space, and some serious feng shui courtesy of trendy site manager, Julian. The nooks near the windows with potted plants offer a homey feel in the heart of downtown DC. South Dupont also got a call-box touch-up.

    Enterprise partner Search For Common Ground has finalized their HQ on the top floor of the M Street townhouse fit with all of cove’s accommodations. Cove’s new enterprise program has allowed for more inclusion of businesses in the cove model for a better workspace culture for all!

    Finally, the cove team had a blast with the re-opening of coveDC’s largest space, 14th Street with our re-launch party in late September. We feasted on Soss Bauce BBQ and prepared beverages and novelties from DNV Rooftop Bar and the cove team. The Voice’s local finalist, Joe Maye, serenaded the packed crowd until it was time for the after party at DNV. Good times all around thanks to our dedicated DC team who put on a party to top all others, as well as showcased the ideal working space for professionals who want to escape the cubicle.

     These developments are only the beginning of cove’s progress in making the ideal workspace possible for those who want to be productive. Stay tuned to cove’s social media (Twitter: @coveDC and @coveBos; Instagram: @covehq) for more updates to your special cove location or to your city’s developments – we’re always looking to grow and include our members in that process. We hope to see you in our newly upgraded spaces and look forward to getting things done! 

Topics: cove community blog

Kevin Burchill

Written by Kevin Burchill

Kevin started working with cove in November 2015. He studies Security Policy at the Elliott School of International Affairs and has a knack for art history. When he's not staying past his welcome at the Hirshhorn, Kevin likes to explore DC's public art, hunt down the best tacos, and see as many stand-up comedy shows as physically and mentally possible.