Brickyard, the coworking center in Ashburn, is expanding throughout Northern Virginia, opening office space in Woodbridge and Chantilly.
“Brickyard is constantly responding to the evolving demand of local workers in our community,” founder Ann Orem stated. “With companies large and small changing how they organize and manage their office space—and the community of contractors, freelancers, and small business owners in this region—our concept is more relevant than ever.”
Brickyard will open a new location in Neabsco Commons, Woodbridge, this summer. The 7,110-square-foot coworking space will include 24 desks and 20 private offices. In October, Brickyard was awarded a $400,000 grant from the Prince William County Board of Supervisors through a public-private partnership agreement. This Woodbridge location will be across from Freedom High School and near Northern Virginia Community College and is the first coworking space in that county.
Brickyard will also open a location this summer in Chantilly in the West Fairfax Commerce Center, located at the intersection of Rt. 50 and Rt. 28. The 5,000-square-foot space will offer 20 desks and 10 offices.
Also, Brickyard is expanding its 7,000-square-foot University Commerce Center location in Ashburn to occupy a second 1,500-square-foot space. This marks the third expansion of that location.