The new collaborative workspace in Downtown Manassas, named Centerfuse, is now open for business.
Started by the Kricks of ECU Communications and the Whitlocks of Whitlock Wealth Management, the shared workspace location at 9073 Center Street will provide businesses with space to rent for their daily operations or special projects.
Rental of the single private offices will cost $800 per month, renting a work station will cost $400 per month, and there will be other “grab-a-spot” options ranging in price around $250 a month.
During the grand opening ceremony, Congresswoman Barbara Comstock stopped by to speak about the importance of innovative workspace in the modern economy.
“This is really the kind of exciting place that we need in this 21st century economy. To have a space where innovators can come and talk to other people who are engaged in this exciting innovative space,” said Comstock.
City of Manassas Director of Economic Development Patrick Small spoke about how the City has helped to get the Centerfuse project off the ground.
“Today we’re here to celebrate not just the entrepreneurs and small business people that started Centerfuse, but also to celebrate the [Manassas] City Council’s investment in helping this enterprise get started,” said Small.
For more information about Centerfuse, click here.
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