Greater Williamsburg Incubator Selects New Location for Startups and Entrepreneurs

The Technology, Business and Innovation Center of Greater Williamsburg received approval from the York County Economic Development Authority on Thursday, April 30th to sign a lease to move into a new location.  York County was the final approval as James City County and Williamsburg approved the lease proposal earlier in April.

TBIC will move into the hottest location for businesses within the Greater Williamsburg region later next month.  The new location will be 4345 New Town Ave, the space above Paul’s Deli.  After searching multiple locations in York County, the City of Williamsburg and James City County, this is by far the best location available.

This is a space that every entrepreneur, startup and small business would want to be located but it wasn’t possible until now.  In addition to being in the best location, we are working with a completely blank canvas to build out a space specifically designed for a business incubator.  TBIC is currently working with Guernsey Tingle Architects to build the best possible space and environment for our entrepreneurial community.

Some of the key features of the new space will be:

  • Dedicated offices that can expand as a business grows
  • Open and collaborative environment
  • Training/classroom for 30 attendees
  • Co-working space for daily use
  • Conference room for board and client meetings
  • Networking and event space to accommodate large events

TBIC is currently accepting applications for residents.  We encourage you to act quickly as the demand is high and space is limited.  Apply here: