Our Address is 625 N. Washington St. Ste. 425 Alexandria, VA 22314

We are staffed Monday through Friday, 8:30AM -5PM.

Our building’s hours are Monday through Friday, 8AM-6PM (Capitol Post Co-Working members can access the building and our space 24/7 with their key card)

Capitol Post is located in Suite 425 in Building 625 on North Washington St. Take the elevators to the 4th floor, take a left off the elevators, then a right before you meet the double glass doors.

Free parking is available for up to 2 hours in the “Retail Garage” (entrances on Wythe and Pendleton St). Otherwise, the “Guest Parking” garage (entrance on Wythe) is $13 for the day. There is also plenty of free and metered street parking around our building.



Directions & Parking

Take the Blue Line or Yellow Line train to the Braddock Road station. Exit the station. Walk across the parking lot to West Street. Take a right on West (heading south) and take a left on Pendleton Street. Walk seven blocks to the corner of North Washington Street and Pendleton Street. Capitol Post is located in the Washington Square Development, in the offices above Talbots and Trader Joe’s. We are located in Suite 425.

Take the 10A or 10B Metrobus toward Hunting Towers. Get off the bus near the intersection of Washington Street and Pendleton Street (after crossing Columbus Street).

The southbound lanes of the George Washington Memorial Parkway can be accessed from downtown D.C. via the Arlington Memorial Bridge and the 14th Street Bridge. They can also be accessed from northbound I-395 just prior to crossing the Potomac River. The George Washington Memorial Parkway turns into North Washington Street on entrance to the City of Alexandria.

Enter the left-hand turn lane as you approach Wythe Street. Turn left on Wythe Street, and immediately turn right into Washington Square—into the entrance marked “Retail Parking” or "Office/Visitor Parking".

Take I-95 North. When I-95 exits to the right, take I-395 North to Washington. Take the Route 7/King Street East exit. Travel on King Street until you enter Old Town (just after you go under the railroad tracks). Continue on King Street for 12 blocks, to the intersection of King Street with St. Asaph Street. Take a left onto North St. Asaph Street and travel for six blocks to its intersection with Pendleton Street. Turn left.