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Arlington Economic Development

Located just five minutes from Washington, D.C., Arlington offers close proximity to businesses, institutions, and government agencies.  It has excellent public transportation system, with 11 metro stations situated within 26 miles.  Arlington is the epitome of smart growth and new urbanism, with over 90 percent of all new residential and commercial development located along the metro corridors.

Sindy Yeh    703-228-0858

Loudoun County Department of Economic Development

Loudoun County with its knowledge-based economy and exceptional quality of life has ranked as one of the fastest growing counties in the United States for over a decade. With Washington, D.C. within an hour’s drive, Dulles International Airport within the county, and companies like AOL, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Janelia Farm Research Campus, Orbital, and Verizon Business already established here, Loudoun is a natural choice for businesses focused on aerospace, aviation, technology, and life sciences. Loudoun’s strength in science and technology is reflected by its thriving information technology business base, its significant workforce skills in engineering and sciences, and the presence of the Internet’s East Coast backbone fiber. Life sciences is supported by Loudoun’s Science and Technology Cabinet and our thriving learning corridor of 6 academic institutions with research on and programs in Biotechnology at Northern Virginia Community College, Pharmacogenomics at George Washington University, a pharmacy program at Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy at Shenandoah University, and other nursing, information technology and engineering programs.

Deborah Roder    1-800-loudoun

Prince William Department of Economic Development

Prince William County Department of Economic Development

Prince William County is home to the INNOVATION @ Prince William Technology Park, a 1,500-acre business and technology park targeting biotechnology, life sciences, and supporting industries and is anchored by George Mason University’s life science campus. Located just 20 miles from the nation’s capital, 75% of Northern Virginia’s 1.2 million workers live within a 30-minute rush hour commute to the center of Prince William County.  Prince William County offers a variety of educational resources to the biotechnology industry including the specialized biotechnology curriculum at Osbourn Park High School, the associate degree in biotechnology at Northern Virginia Community College, and baccalaureate and graduate degrees in life sciences at George Mason University. Combining a convenient location with ample infrastructure and cutting-edge research and development capabilities, Prince William County is ideally suited to meet the needs of biotech and life science industries.

Martha Schoonmaker     1-703-792-5191