Published On: Sat, May 25th, 2019

For Five Coffee to open coffee shops in Washington, DC Metro and Boston

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Coffee chain For Five Coffee is set to open three outlets in Carr Properties’ buildings to offer specialty coffee and food in the Washington, DC Metro area and Boston, Massachusetts.

The three coffee shops will open at King I at 1800 Diagonal Road, in Alexandria, Virginia in October, at 2311 Wilson Boulevard in Arlington, Virginia in the following month, and at 200 State Street in Boston towards the year-end.

Oliver Carr – Carr Properties CEO said: “We are excited to bring For Five Coffee to our buildings. Carr Properties is committed to fostering a strong sense of hospitality in the workplace through best-in-class amenities, and this partnership will allow us to continue to offer our customers quality food and beverage options.”

For Five Coffee to open new locations in the US

For Five Coffee to open new locations in the US. Photo courtesy of For Five Coffee/BusinessWire.

The three coffee shops will have For Five Coffee’s coffee program along with its signature food options designed by executive chef Scheyla Acosta. Apart from that, a wide variety of carryout items can be availed for breakfast and lunch such as For Five Cookies, salads and sandwiches.

Stefanos Vouvoudakis – For Five Coffee President and Co-founder, commenting on the partnership with Carr Properties, said: “We feel we bring best-in-class experience when it comes to specialty coffee. We believe that this partnership is the next step in progressing both our companies’ vision of hospitality experiences within the corporate environment.

“The synergy between both companies made the decision very easy to partner up and bring our version of specialty coffee and food to the Washington D.C. Metro area and Boston, MA.”

For Five Coffee plans to continue its growth across the world, with more coffee shops to open in the next year in New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Boston, Virginia, Athens, and Chicago.

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