CUNA moved into its new office space in Washington Monday, relocating from Pennsylvania Avenue to 99 M St SE, remaining the only national credit union trade association located in the nation’s capital.
“This move is the next step CUNA’s continued evolution into a more efficient, more effective trade organization and it allows us to continue to work close to the Congressional and federal offices where we advocate every day on behalf of credit unions and their 110 million members,” said CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle. “The new space will allow staff to collaborate in ways that weren’t possible in the previous space, and the long-term cost savings will allow us to continue to make sure our resources are being put to the best use for the credit union system.”
The 22,000 square foot space is on the third-floor of Skanska’s 99M development, a 234,000-square-foot office building in Washington, D.C.’s Capitol Riverfront neighborhood.
CUNA’s new offices features an open, modular environment designed to encourage collaboration. Meeting rooms are situated along exterior walls with interior glass partitions to allow as much light into the space as possible.
Smaller, private spaces will be available for smaller meetings, private phone calls and quiet workspace.