CONTACT: Ginny Person
Communications, Marketing & Research Manager
Prince William County Department of Economic Development
Email: [email protected] | Phone: 703.792.5500

  • Prince William County-Based Businesses Recognized by Washington Business Journal

    Prince William County congratulates its businesses and institutions that have been recognized among some of region’s best-in-class in this year’s Washington Business Journal Book of Lists. As the second-largest and one of the fastest-growing counties in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Prince William County has proven that it is a locality of choice, one which provides a supportive environment for businesses to thrive. The number and diversity of its businesses recognized in this year’s Washington Business Journal’s Book of Lists is but a testament to that fact.


    The following are the businesses and institutions that made the 2020 list:

    Of the wealthiest zip codes, ranked by Washington Business Journal, Haymarket (20169) placed #29, Bristow (20136) at #37 and Gainesville (20155) at #43 out of 50 metro-area zip codes. Meanwhile, in the Top 25 single- and multi-family homebuilders ranking, Lennar Corp. took the #3 spot, and Drees Homes ranked #20.

    Among the region’s educational, workforce development and coworking assets:

    Among non-profit organizations and quality of life amenities:

    As for its government institutions and advocacy associations:

    Christina Winn is Executive Director, Prince William County Department of Economic Development. She said, “We are proud of our companies and institutions that have been recognized in this year’s Washington Business Journal Book of Lists. They are part of a wider and vibrant ecosystem of companies, both small and large, that have been the backbone of our local economy and which we are honored to serve.”



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