Need a western Loudoun workspace? Maybe one where you can brainstorm with fellow business owners? Maybe over a glass of wine?
Welcome to the Notaviva Vineyards coworking center.
Innovative marketing gurus Stephen and Shannon Mackey announced the concept this week. They’re expanding Notaviva’s wine club to include services supporting the area’s mobile professionals.
“By packaging flexible coworking memberships with wine club plans, we are building a diverse community of professionals, creatives and visitors to Loudoun County who all share common interests in business growth, collaboration and the enjoyment of wine and music,” Stephen Mackey said.
Under the plan, the winery will serve as both an incubator and a hub of entrepreneurial activity. The membership plans allow business clients to set up meetings, share a desk or even have a dedicated office with keys to the building, the construction of which was documented on the national television show Dream House in 2008. Networking events, educational seminars and corporate outings are planned, supported by the Mackey’s Mesh Omnimedia full-service creative agency.
“The tasting room at Notaviva Vineyards is one of the most beautiful and inspiring structures in Loudoun County. By providing the business community access to our venue as well as offering a viable alternative to the growing challenges of the Northern Virginia transportation infrastructure, all while fostering rural economic development, we are confident that our coworking space will make a positive impact in our region. This innovative vision of technology integration and rural lifestyle is a ‘Very Loudoun’ initiative indeed,” Stephen Mackey said.
Coworking embership plans range in price from $25 a day to $1,000 per month. Details are at notavivacoworking.com.
The winery is located at 13274 Sagle Road west of Hillsboro.