The Washington Post relocated their headquarters this week for the first time since the 1950. The six stories of 275,000 square feet on K street now houses 1,400 employees in a modern space, that fits the post’s needs in an era that is now digital.
Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com and owner of the Washington Post, made sure the new space is designed for the future of digital media.
Build-out of the new space took two crews working 10-hour shifts, six days a week.
Standing desks were offered to all employees.
Grand staircases connect the different floors for better and more effective interaction and collaboration.
More information on Washington Post’s new Office Space can be found here.
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