Rent Coworking or Office Space in the City of Fairfax Area of Washington, D.C.

This town is known by several different names, including Town of Fairfax, Fairfax City, Oldtown Fairfax and Fairfax Courthouse. Most commonly referred to as the City of Fairfax, it was named after Thomas Fairfax, and was the location of the Civil War’s first land battle.

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This town is known by several different names, including Town of Fairfax, Fairfax City, Oldtown Fairfax, and Fairfax Courthouse. Most commonly referred to as the City of Fairfax, it was named after Thomas Fairfax, and was the location of the Civil War’s first land battle. Its original courthouse still stands, and is the oldest historic structure within the city. Several other historical buildings are located in Fairfax, including a late 1800s school and the original town hall, which is now home to the Huddleston Library.

Despite numerous historical structures, the City of Fairfax is also home to several modern buildings such as the newly developed regional library. It is also the location of notable businesses such as G4S Secure Solutions, Inova Health System, and Zeta Associates. Forbes Magazine has recognized it as having one of the highest number of sole proprietorships in the nation. The publication has also named as one of the “Top 25 Places to Live Well.”

The town encompasses only six square miles, yet manages to maintain more than 220 acres of green space. In all, there are more than 28 miles of walking trails, which allow residents & commuters alike  to navigate the shops and cafes without having to worry about traffic. The City of Fairfax is a bicycle-friendly town, and manages several biking trails including the Fairfax Mason to Metro route. This natural beauty and walk/bicycle friendly nature appeals to businesses looking to escape more traditional office parks and deserts of pavement.

Getting around Fairfax City or to and from the capital is easily accomplished by riding the Washington Metrobus or the town’s own Cue bus. The Vienna and Burke Center train stations are only a short distance away as well. Many employers in both the capital and the city of Fairfax rely on this easy commute to ferry workers and clients between their respective locations. The ease of this commute continues to ensure it will be a hot spot for new businesses looking to interact with D.C. for a long time to come.

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