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Brickyard Opens Doors in Woodbridge Marking Opening of Prince William County’s First Community Coworking Space

Woodbrige, Va. – Brickyard, the suburban coworking concept, opens the doors of its Woodbridge space on Monday, February 3.

Located at 2700 Neabsco Common Place, Suite #101, this marks the first expansion of the brand outside of its flagship location in Ashburn, and the first community coworking space to open in Prince William County.

The 7,110 sq. ft. coworking 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.

“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 workspaces,” said Christina Winn, Executive Director, Prince William County Department of Economic Development. “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,” she added.

Brickyard will also open a location in Chantilly in the West Fairfax Commerce Center later this year.  Conveniently located at the intersection of Routes 50 and 28, the 5,000 sq ft space will offer 20 desks and 10 offices.  

With three spaces on the horizon, Brickyard is offering its members the option to work out of their office of choice.  Brickyard also allows non-members to use their space by booking day passes.

“Brickyard responds and adapts to the changing nature of work through our unique community-centered coworking offerings.  Brickyard is committed to working creatively and collaboratively with our members to solve problems and achieve goals. Brickyard offers a variety of spaces, membership levels, and workplace tools to accommodate the needs of our community members” says Orem.

Brickyard will host a grand opening celebration for the Woodbridge location later this Spring.




  • Located less than 20 miles from the nation’s capital, Prince William County encompasses a total area of 348 square miles.
  • Prince William County’s favorable blend of large land parcels, multi-use zoned sites, incentives, reliable power and ample fiber optic availability coupled with the lowest programmable computer taxes in the region, make it an ideal location for businesses seeking a location in the Mid-Atlantic region.
  • 75% of Northern Virginia’s 1.5 million workers live within a 30-minute one-way commute to the center of Prince William County during rush hour.
  • Prince William County provides access to an outstanding talent pool of highly skilled, culturally diverse labor; 44% of the workforce has 4-year degree.
  • Prince William County carries a AAA bond rating from all three of the major credit ratings agencies (Fitch, Moody’s and S&P).



Christina Winn, Executive Director
Prince William County, Virginia
Department of Economic Development
Main: 703.792.5500 | Direct: 703-792-5510
[email protected]




The Prince William County Department of Economic Development offers services to support and promote existing business expansion and attract new businesses to PWC. For more information, the Department of Economic Development can be reached via email at [email protected], via phone at (703) 792-5500, or via fax at (703) 792-5502.