Free Office Space in the Heart of D.C.

09 May, 2012

Membership

Member Benefits

Council members may use our conference room for their own meetings — for free. Even if you are based in Washington, you may find our heart-of-the-city K Street location more convenient for certain events. Click here to download the room reservation form.

Need a place to hang your hat while visiting D.C.? Members are also invited to use our guest office.

Questions about using our space? Just contact Rayla Everhart.

SIZE AND MAXIMUM CAPACITY OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS COUNCIL MEETING ROOMS

MEETING ROOM SIZE (IN SQ. FEET) ROUND TABLE SETUP BOARD ROOM SETUP U-SHAPE SETUP THEATER SETUP CLASSROOM SETUP** RECEPTION
Conference Room
A & B (full room)
820 N/A 28 seats 24 seats 36 seats* 35 seats Contact us to discuss options.
Conference Room
A or B used independently
410 N/A 12 seats 12 seats ~18 seats* 12 seats Contact us to discuss options.
Webinar Room 170 5 seats N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

 

NOTES

* We can provide up to 36 chairs for use in the conference room.

** The figures in the chart do not represent a setup with a head table. To configure the room in a classroom setup using a head table, seating would need to be reduced to 29 for the full conference room (i.e., Conference Room A & B). We do not recommend a head table in a classroom setup using Conference Room A or B independently.

  • Amenities
    • Projector and up to three screens
    • Conference phone
    • Wireless Internet access
    • Flip chart
    • Food serving area
  • Office Hours
    • The Council’s regular office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. If your meeting will be held outside that timeframe, please let us know in advance and we’ll make an effort to accommodate your needs.
  • Food and Beverage Service
    • We do not offer food and beverage service, so you are free to use the caterer of your choice. If you are looking for recommendations, we have had positive experiences with the following vendors in the past:
  • Terms and Conditions
    • Setup and cleanup must be handled by the reserving party.
    • Revenue-generating events are not permitted.
    • Members may use the conference room up to four times per year.
    • The Council cannot guarantee the safety/security of any outside equipment that is left overnight.
  • Directions
    • The Council’s office is located at 2121 K St. N.W., Suite 900, Washington, D.C. 20037. The building’s entrance is on K Street, between 21st and 22nd streets. For detailed directions, visit pac.org/directions.
    • We are also within 4 blocks of the following Metro stations: Foggy Bottom (blue and orange lines), Farragut West (blue and orange lines) and Farragut North (red line).
    • Parking is available in the building and in other nearby garages.
  • Room Reservations and Other Questions
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Caryn Seligman
Senior Director
202.787.5966 | email

Contact Us

U.S. office:
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Public Affairs Council
2121 K St. N.W., Suite 900
Washington, DC 20037
(+1) 202.787.5950
pac@pac.org

European office:
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Public Affairs Council
Square Ambiorix 10
1000 Brussels
europe@pac.org