The city of Alexandria, Virginia, lies just south of Washington, D.C. close enough that founding fathers such as George Washington and Thomas Jefferson used to cross the Potomac River to dine in a neighborhood now known in the port city as Old Town. Today, many residents of the D.C. Metro area continue to be drawn to Alexandria, attracted not only by its restaurants — the city has a growing foodie scene — but also by its more than 900 acres of parks and other dedicated public spaces.
Across the street from the Eisenhower Avenue Metro Station and less than a ten-minute drive from Old Town, Industrious Alexandria Carlyle Tower is conveniently situated for those who want to make the most of both the nation’s capital and all Alexandria has to offer. In addition to Industrious’ standard perks — like freshly-brewed craft coffee, A/V-equipped conference rooms, and unlimited color printing — members at this location can enjoy outdoor space and an on-site fitness center. And because the building is dog friendly, they can even bring your dog to the office.
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