Picture yourself being invited to visit the hottest start-up that mere mortals only dream of touring. Arriving at its corporate headquarters you open the main door to see a vintage looking freight elevator, older than dirt itself, yet at the same time oddly well kept. You pull open the doors, with surprising ease and hop inside, smoothly riding up to the fifth floor. When the elevator stops, the doors open to reveal one of the coolest spaces you’ve ever seen. Could this innovative space be the reason they achieve their unsurpassed level of creativity? The answer isn’t that simple... (read more at WashingtonPost.com)
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