Co-working Spaces in Northern Virginia

Remote working, video conference calls and flexible work weeks are no longer just nice additions to the business environment.

It is the norm. On the heels of so much recent change, Fairfax County is prepared to meet the needs of businesses big and small moving forward. Shared office spaces near Washington, D.C. provide opportunities and community for companies who choose it.

In the county, more than 90 percent of all businesses have 50 or fewer employees. The real estate market has adapted to this by bringing entrepreneurs, small businesses and independent workers a full range of innovative workspace choices with the flexibility to grow. While traditional offices remain in use, companies in Fairfax County are innovating and opening up the definition of work. They are pushing the boundaries of what the future of work could and should look like.

Northern Virginia’s coworking office spaces, accelerators, virtual office spaces and traditional executive office suites offer affordable, flexible lease terms and amenities, along with professional addresses in many of the county’s business districts. Monthly, daily and even hourly rental and lease rates typically include IT infrastructure, conference rooms and concierge services. The region boasts more than 40 different spaces for businesses to consider.

Many of the county’s accelerators and organizations nurture young companies by providing additional services like advice on financing, management and product development. Because there are often many businesses within alternative office space arrangements, tenants have ample opportunities for networking with other entrepreneurs and business people. Fairfax County office space furthers the community feel in the region, creating even more spaces for ideas to flourish and partnerships to blossom.

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Stephen Tardititi, Director, Market Intelligence

Stephen Tarditi

Director, Market Intelligence

starditi@fceda.org
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Rankings & Facts

90%

of businesses in Fairfax County are small businesses

25%

of jobs are in the tech sector

62%

of adults hold a bachelor’s or higher education degree

13

of the Forbes “Best Employers for Diversity 2020” call Fairfax County home

#2

top tech market according to CBRE