WASHINGTON, DC-WorkSpaces LLC, a locally based furniture dealer and workplace consultant, is closing offices in Baltimore, New York City and here and is backing out of office lease plans in the District, according to a published report.
WorkSpaces employees, who asked to remain anonymous, told the Washington Post that management informed employees last Friday that its District headquarters and satellite offices in Baltimore and New York would be closing.
The company has also backed out of plans to lease 20,817 square feet in the former Wonder Bread building at 641 S. St. NW, according to building owner Norman Jemal of Douglas Development. Chief officials of WorkSpaces did not return requests for comment. See story in the Washington Post.