Prince William County residents and business leaders will soon have access to a new workplace.
Brickyard, an Ashburn-based company, is establishing a shared workspace in Woodbridge.
The estimated 7,100 square-foot site is expected to open in summer 2019, according to a release.
“We welcome Brickyard to the Neabsco District and are delighted to usher in a new collaborative agreement, dedicated to helping generate greater entrepreneurial opportunities in the community for both residents and businesses, Supervisor John Jenkins wrote in an email. “Brickyard is a great addition to our District and Prince William County.”
Brickyard, according to Managing Director Ann Orem, doesn’t just serve as an area to work.
“Brickyard is more than a workplace, it’s a community that fosters connection and collaboration amongst its members, that provides resources and amenities to fuel the growth and success of the individuals and businesses it serves,” Orem said in a release.
Prince William County’s location, schools, business atmosphere, and military population drew the company to the area, Orem explained.
The county is providing Brickyard with a $400,000 Economic Development Opportunity Fund grant that will be used for office equipment and renovations.
The new workspace will stand at 2700 Neabsco Common Place, across from Freedom High School and next to Northern Virginia Community College’s Woodbridge campus.
It will feature 20 offices, 10 desks, and 14 flexible desks.
A desk area will be set aside for a county staff member and an employee from the Flory Center.
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