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"Productive Space" Cove raises $2.8 million to expand to more locations

Room with a view at Cove Dupont

D.C. based coworking startup Cove has raised a $2.8 million Series A round led by an unnamed investor group and unspecified institutional fund, DC Inno reported  Tuesday.

In 2014, Cove CEO/Co-founder Adam Segal asked D.C. contractors and freelancers to ditch the coffee shops and home living rooms for a new work environment, a “neighborhood productivity space.” The coworking space debuted in Dupont Circle with exposed brick, blue and orange furnishings, D.C. centric art and, of course, an unlimited supply of coffee along with fridge stocked with cold beverages.

Over the course of two years, Cove expanded to refurbished brownstones and loft style spaces in popular corridors like Capitol Hill, 14th Street, Georgetown, Columbia Heights and K St. Cove-rs can even be found in Old Town and Rosslyn, Va.  

According to the article, new funding will be used to expand throughout the D.C. area and to open its first office in Boston.

Read more articles by Christina Sturdivant.

Christina Sturdivant is a native Washingtonian who's always watching and writing about the latest cultural, community and innovative trends in the city. She's interested in people and companies that create equitable opportunities for longtime residents and transplants alike.
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