The space features 20 desks, 18 private offices, fully equipped conference rooms, private phone booths and large common areas that double as event space. Amenities include 24/7 access, gigabit speed internet, printing and copying, business mail service, and unlimited coffee, tea and soda.
In October, Brickyard was awarded a $400,000 grant from the Prince William County Board of Supervisors through a new public-private partnership agreement. Brickyard’s Founder, Ann Orem, said Prince William was the obvious choice for their second facility because of its prime location, highly educated workforce and diverse economic base.
Christina Winn, Executive Director of Prince William County’s Department of Economic Development, said:
“We celebrate the opening of Brickyard as a forward-thinking project that would support the growing entrepreneurial community in Prince William County by creating affordable and flexible workspace. The county is delighted at Brickyard’s decision to open their successful coworking concept in the unique walkable community of Neabsco Commons located in Woodbridge. Prince William County is actively developing a multitude of small business resources and having a partnership with Brickyard is another important piece of infrastructure to convene like-minded entrepreneurs so they can grow and thrive.”
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