Startup Workspaces

The Richmond Times Dispatch has shared officespaces for startup businesses.

(804) 476-4625



804RVA offers open workspace where you can work, meet other like-minded people, share resources, and attend sessions designed tohelp businesses grow.

Larkin Garbee

Bizworks offers a conference room, training room, office space and warehouse space for all tenant companies. Other services include phone services, internet access, office furniture, copier, printers, postage machine, scannerand fax machine, binding machine and audio-visual equipment.

Thaddeus Huff

(804) 275 - 5190

For member companies, facilities and servicesinclude: private offices and cubicle options, wet labs and medical equipmentassembly area, two conference rooms, flex space / light warehousing, conferenceroom and reception area, high speed internet, janitorial services, copier and printingcenter, free parking, use of an LCD projector, phone service, and assistance withmarketing exposure.


Dominic Costanzo

(804) 368-8610

Gangplank, "The Community Center forEntrepreneurs," offers free collaborative working space for entrepreneurs creatingnew innovations who are interested in alternative co-working alternatives in the

Richmond area.


Mike Vizdos



Gather creates the space where techentrepreneurs, freelancers, and creators collide, work, learn, and grow. We host aton of interactive events, mentor office hours, socials and community activities.Gather provides 24/7 space, equipment, a kegerator and locally roasted coffeethat enable startups to work smarter, develop faster, and increase their chance ofsuccess.Gather also offers Networking Events.


James Crenshaw

(804) 247-5516

Kitchen Thyme provides commercial kitchen space for rent by thehour. Kitchen Thyme was created with the very purpose of providing a criticalopportunity to our culinary community with the first and only licensed incubatorkitchen in Richmond offering commercial kitchen spaces for rent to aspiringentrepreneurs, chefs, students and people by the hour, day, week or month. Thisfacility enables hopeful culinary professionals to build a reputation, provideprofessional and licensed catering and cooking, and build their business skills to one day own a thriving, successful, and independent business.


Melissa Krumbein

(804) 396-2665

The Virginia Biotechnology Research Park is locatedon 34 acres adjacent to the VCU Medical Center in Richmond. Currently, the Parkconsists of seven buildings, totaling approximately 1.1 million square feet of researchand office space. The Virginia Biotechnology Center, located at the Research Park,includes 10 wet laboratory/office suites and 22 private offices for companies notneeding a wet laboratory. All have access to common equipment, meeting roomsand other shared facilities such as copiers, fax machines, mailboxes and commonreception. The labs have built-in benches, casework and hoods and officefurnishings. All utilities including high-speed internet service are included in the rentfor the labs and office.


Carrie Roth

(804) 828-5390