Tenant Re-Entry Resources
As you plan for the re-entry of your employees, we encourage you to consider the following items:
- You may wish to limit or restrict visitors to the property, especially during the initial stages of increased occupancy.
- Encourage visitors to practice social distancing and to allow for extra time for travel to your premises.
- Practice social distancing in mail rooms and other areas wherein space is limited.
- Consider asking employees to limit or eliminate personal deliveries to your premises.
In an effort to support your tenancy, you can reference Cushman & Wakefield’s Recovery Readiness Guide that outlines pertinent items for your consideration. Please understand that it is not intended to be comprehensive, rather a tool to support your efforts.
Office Reopening Kits
The Meridian Group has partnered with cove to offer Office Reopening Kits. These kits were created to assist tenants in sourcing supplies and PPE, delivered directly to your suite.
Offerings will include three different types of kits that feature supplies you might need to bring your employees back to the office. Please see attached for more reopening kit details.
Interested in placing an order? Fill out this short form to get a quote. Interested in learning more but not ready to order? You can still fill out the form and a cove contact will reach out to discuss your reopening needs.
Entire D.C. area, some 6 million people, now under stay-at-home orders
Gov. Ralph Northam issues stay-at-home order for Virginia residents
Gov. Larry Hogan issues stay-at-home order for Maryland residents
Mayor Bowser Orders Closure of Non-Essential Businesses
Small Business Administration Links
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources
Disaster Loan Assistance - Federal Disaster Loans for Businesses, Private Non-profits, Homeowners and Renters
The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering designated states and territories low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of COVID-19.
COVID-19 Small Business Resources provided by America's SBDC
What Types of Coronavirus Relief Can My Small Business Get?
How Small Businesses Can Get Coronavirus Relief Through The Cares Act
Collection of Resources for Small Businesses
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors authorized a microloan fund
Other Helpful Links
How to Apply for Small Business Loans Under the Coronavirus Stimulus Bill
Northern Virginia Family Service started up an emergency financial assistance channel for those in need for help with food, shelter, diapers and wipes, and financial support. Apply Here or call 571-748-2552
Mental Health - Take Care Both Physically and Emotionally During Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Organized Ways You Can Volunteer/Help During COVID-19 / Coronavirus
Virtual strategizing sessions with small business experts to figure out next steps
Maryland COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund Programs for Businesses
Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
The Meridian Group Breakaway - An At Home Survival Tool Kit
We are excited to share with you a new set of virtual resources, The Meridian Group Breakaway, to help you stay active and productive. Topics include tools for mindfulness and fitness, working from home, family activities, community updates and much more!
Stay up to date as we continue to add to this tool kit in the coming weeks.
Introducing cove@Home! A New Virtual Resource for The Meridian Group Tenants
The Meridian Group has partnered with Cove to offer exclusive services to all Meridian tenants. Cove has 7 years of experience in helping local companies and employees be productive no matter where they work. Through cove@Home, your entire team will feel supported through these benefits: Perk Packages sent to every employee's door, Home office upgrades curated by cove, Virtual Events, planned by cove, to bring your team together.