WASHINGTON — The American Bakers Association will move into a new office on Aug. 24. The new site will feature expanded meeting space to host A.B.A. events and updated technology to better connect its members across the United States.

The A.B.A. said the new office also will be a platform “to tell the story of the power of baking to visitors.”

“A.B.A. has worked diligently to include these features in an effort to make meeting participation even easier and more cost-effective for its members,” the organization said.

Beginning Aug. 24, the company’s new location will be:

American Bakers Association

601 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Suite 230

Washington, DC 20004

The A.B.A.’s other contact information, such as telephone, fax, and e-mails will remain the same.

 A.B.A.’s move takes place just prior to the group’s enhanced 2015 Fall Policy Conference. The Grain Foods Foundation will continue to co-locate with A.B.A. in the new office.