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Conference Room for 24 to 36 People
  • $99/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Washington, DC
Our big conference room can accommodate 24 to 36 seating capacity, with modular, easily customizable seating arrangements, and our highly-trained staff ensures effortless setup and execution of your presentations, with access to ancillary services at a moment’s notice. With a kitchenette at the back and a pantry beside of the conference room.
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Contemporary Lounge Style Media Room
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Washington, DC
Our Contemporary media room offers a full range of A/V products and systems to make sure your next seminar, training session, or speaking engagement is a success.
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High-Tech Flexible Seating Boardroom
  • $100/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Washington, DC
Our boardroom offers a full range of A/V products and systems to make sure your next seminar, training session, or speaking engagement is a success.
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Modern Meeting and Creative Production Space
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Washington, DC
This space is a 1,050 square foot multi-use space available to rent by hour or by day, for trainings or meetings, photo shoots and small productions. With thoughtful modern furnishings and versatile aesthetics, the space is designed to be flexible to the needs of creatives, production companies, small businesses, and community organizations. There are three separate installations in the same: a living room and two photography studio set ups with backdrops. In addition, the space includes a long community table accommodating 14 seats, suitable for dining, meetings, photos, or merchandise display. Our doors are open to anyone committed to gathering in the spirit of community, originality, and safe and respectful dialogue. We encourage full use of the space in the way that inspires you to create opportunity and ideas for you, and your guests. Amenities: • 1050 sq ft • Natural Light • Bluetooth Speaker • Multi-Use Space • Skylights • Smart TV • Multi-functional Mobile Bar (6ft) • Living Room + Two Photo Studio Set-Ups • Backdrops • Wardrobe Rack • Seating/Tables & Chairs • Wifi • Free Street Parking • Restrooms • Wheelchair Accessible Uses: • Film/Video Shoot • Photo Shoots • Commercials • Podcasts • Interviews • Product Shoots • Content Creation • Social Media • Youtube Filming • Tik Tok Videos • Blogging • Movies • Audio Recordings • Meetings • Workshops • Board Meetings • Networking • Interviews • Company Pitches • Corporate Off-Site • Board Meeting

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What is the price range for Auction locations in Washington, DC?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $99 to $1000

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About Washington DC

Located on the eastern bank of the Potomac River lies the capital of the United States, Washington DC. Named after the first president of the US, Washington is full of history and culture. The city has seen change throughout the years, making it a desirable place to work and live because of the cultural and ethnic diversity that is prevalent throughout.

Many iconic buildings and monuments are located in this iconic city including the Washington Monument, Abraham Lincoln Memorial, and the White house, just to name a few. People take advantage of what the city has to offer and throughout the years, have hosted all sorts of events in “The District” and so many businesses have adapted to suit the ever-changing needs of the people. No doubt, you will be able to host a remarkable auction with the help of the local talent in DC.

Auction Options in Washington DC

Whether you’re auctioning off valuable relics or hosting a fundraising auction, planning is essential to ensure that the auction takes place without any problems. From event planners to security, there are many options to choose from when planning an event of this scope.

  • Event Planner
    From planning out portions of the auction to undertaking the entire task, an event planner can help you from start to finish. A reliable event planner can also at times get discounts and deals from frequently contacted vendors that can help reduce costs when planning your auction.

  • Catering
    If your auction is a drawn-out one, with many items being showcased, you may need some form of catering to keep your guests interested and focused on the items that are being displayed. Catering goes a long way in showing the attendees that you appreciate them being there.

  • Security
    Whether it comes in the form of doormen at the entrance or security that patrols throughout the venue, security personnel can make sure that all the items being sold are safe and won’t be stolen.

  • Equipment Rental

Your auction location in Washington DC may need furniture in order to satisfy everyone’s needs. From a few tables to showcase the items to many chairs to seat the many auction-goers, a reliable equipment rental company can assist you in providing the needed equipment at a decent rate.

Auction Companies in Washington DC

An auction needs much planning in order to be a success. From the catering to the security, every detail has to be perfect. With the right companies working with you, you can be sure that your upcoming event in Washington will turn out well.

  • Archangel Global Security Guards of Washington DC
    Founded in 2003, and led by Chief J. Ayala, Archangel Global Security Guards of Washington DC has a reputation of having impeccable security and service. Providing services ranging from general security to mobile patrol, you can be sure that your upcoming auction is in the safe hands of an expert security team.

  • DC Rental
    Serving as DC’s premier rental source, DC Rental has been servicing the area for over 30 years. This supply service has an extensive catalog to assist you with all your rental needs. From chairs to tables and more, DC Rental will deliver the required equipment and on time.

  • Paris Caterers
    Paris Caterers takes catering to the max with their unique way of doing things. This catering company, founded in 1973, prepares the food on-site, ensuring that all food served to everyone attending your auction is freshly made. Sourcing only the best meats and vegetables from sustainable sources, Paris Caterers is the way to go.

Pros and Cons of Auctions in Washington DC

The pros and cons of DC can play a key role in determining where you decide to host your auction. Taking full advantage of the positives can make for a successful auction in Washington.

Advantages

  • Cultural diversity
    The city is very ethnically diverse. This may mean that there may be a wide diversity in the audience that attends your auction.

  • Close to other cities
    Washington DC already has everything you need, but if that isn’t enough, there are multiple cities that are in close proximity.

  • Pleasant climate
    Washington is known for the mild weather that is prevalent throughout the year. Expect to see all four seasons in moderation, with summers that don’t have blistering heat and winters that won’t give you frostbite.

Disadvantages

  • Traffic
    Washington’s normal population is around 600,000 residents. During peak tourist months, the population rises to over 1,000,000. Getting around can become a hassle due to the congestion so planning is recommended.

  • Tourism
    Washington is known to be one of the most famous tourist destinations in America. Because of this, be prepared to see tourists at every corner and attraction. Although not a hindrance to auctions, they do bring other problems with them such as a rise in traffic and crime.

  • Public transportation
    Although Washington has a public transportation system set in place for those who don’t want to rent vehicles, the system can get intricate. The transport system can be unreliable at times which could lead to difficulties getting to your destination.

Famous Locations in Washington DC

  • The Washington Monument
    Perhaps one of the monuments that define the nation, The Washington Monument is a popular destination that everyone should visit at least once in their life. Tours are available and provide you with information on the monument as well as the history surrounding it.

  • Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
    Featuring a collection of over 165 million pieces collected from the natural world, the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History aims to inspire and educate everyone who visits it. Admission is free to this world-class museum and tours are available which give you a deeper insight into the nature that surrounds us.

  • Ford’s Theatre
    The Ford’s Theatre was the location of the infamous assassination of the President, Abraham Lincoln in 1865. Within this theatre, tour guides are available for an in-depth look at the history of the venue and live shows are still being shown within the premises.